In November 2013 my son, who was six at the time, and I set out to enjoy one of the last good riding days of the year. A couple of months prior we had headed down to the mountains west of Elberta, Utah to target practice in preparation for a shooting competition in Parma, Idaho. On this occasion, we also took the dirt bikes to explore the surrounding historic Tintic Mining District.
These crazy Canadians know how to have a good time. Their highly modified big bore machines are definitely not your grandpa's four-wheeler. For these guys its all about "going deep and gettin dirty."
When riding on public lands be responsible, stay on the trail, and don't cause irreparable damage. Excessive damage may cause federal and state land-managing agencies to permanently close a trail if it determines that past or future use is harmful to the environment.