Discussion in 'California' started by roadie, Aug 13, 2018.
Looking to do some exploring locally. Thx.
Join TacomaForum.com Today!
Murrieta here. It’s been kind of tough finding a group locally even though I see these trucks everywhere!
Same here, looking to explore in Barton Flats etc.
Soccer moms, pool boys and lawn guys. They don’t off road... haha
Live at end of Domingoni, go to B's canyon, would be down for a meet n greet somewhere and find locals to offroad with, but hate Bro's and Bro-Hoes
Pool guy here live down a half mile dirt driveway and offroad mine alot @Somoa sand dunes
Lol I’ve been to Bees a lot mostly before my truck to shoot. I did go up there after I got the truck. I remember I rode with a buddy in a 2WD up that intimidating hill and felt like I was gonna lose my life, after I got my TRD OR I took it up there and it was nothing...lol
I was saying all the Tacoma’s you see driving around are not going to meet up to off-road. Maybe 1% are actually used to their potential. Most are homebodies ie. soccer moms, pool boys, lawn service guys and home owners who need a truck but not a full size. That’s why toyota made a Tacoma prerunner.
I kind of feel this is true...actually, you saying this made me feel bad about having my truck washed today...lmao! I don’t want people to think I’m a soccer dad that doesn’t take his new truck to get dirty!!! On the topic, anyone wanna head up to Azusa Saturday September 8th with me? I know it’s busier on sundays but I’m still stock and want room to play in without getting ran over by suped up jeeps and trucks.
My Tacoma is only 4x2 Prerunner what is a good place to offroad?
Cleghorn, Main Divide, Sugarpine, Lyttle Creek...
Thank you for this have you personally gone through those trails?
Cleghorn is easy if you still on the main road.
Main Divide is easy and can be accessed from multiple locations but I hear they were trying to close the entrance from Corona due to whiny homeowners. Check for gate closures.
Sugarpine is easy. I'd get maps because there are multiple branches but they usually end up at above Cleghorn closer to Silverwood lake.
Lyttle Creek left is a little harder and it ends after a bit. You have to cross the creek to get to it. Right will take you on a fire road that wraps around the mountain.
Separate names with a comma.