This past week seven-time AMA Supercross Champion Jeremy McGrath was in Kauai with Greg Albertyn, Steve Hatch, Ken Faught and our television crew to film two episodes for Dirt Rider Adventures. The group logged over 250 miles with Moto Hawaii, the highest-rated motorcycle tour company in the Hawaiian islands. McGrath and Albee even strapped on fanny packs to ride on what the locals call Hawaiian Ice, some of the slipperiest red clay on earth. MC and his Honda CRF250X got bit by the tractionless snot, while Albee grenaded a Suzuki RM-Z250. There are even rumors that Albee looped the four-stroke on the street in fourth gear, but that is only a rumor. The pair of Thor pants now hanging in Faught’s office with a big hole in the butt is absolutely no proof of Albee’s reported misfortune.The adventure also included a few helicopter rides, deep sea fishing, a 50s race, laps at the Wailua Motocross Park, horseback riding, an hour long inner-tube ride down irrigation canals, and a high-speed jaunt across a half-dozen zip lines. The group also included ISDE rider Phil Oveland, one of the most-experienced off-road riders in the islands.”Ken and I came here in ’99 after I won the 250 National Championship, and we had a blast,” said Albertyn. “This time we had even more fun, and Moto Hawaii certainly knows how to make it memorable for everyone.”"This is one of the most incredible experiences of my life,” says George Baker, a real estate developer we invited along for our journey. “I would have no problem recommending this to any of my friends. I’ll certainly be back!”The full story will appear in the October issue of Dirt Rider and will air on the Outdoor Life Network in the next few weeks. Check the Dirt Rider Adventures schedule on this website for dates and times. If this type of adventure interests you, call our friend Jeff Guest at Moto Hawaii 808/826-6722 or visit them on their website at www.motohawaii.com, and tell them Dirt Rider sent you.