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where are you riding? and where is the best place for riding&& :confused:
 

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This is a tough question to answer since you did not tell us where you live. I ride primarly in New Hampshire but sometimes out in Maine and Canada. Would like to get the sled out to vermont to see how the trails are but have not had time this year to do any riding. My ATV Riding is in the sand pit that you see most of my pictures in. I know of a lot of good riding places like Glamis and so on but never been YET. :)
 

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Banshee, I would LOVE to be able to ride in a place like the one featured in your videos! It looks like alot of fun.

I usually ride over at my friends place. It is pretty open, but it's mostly flat.
 

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Yeah it is a pretty good place to ride there is a pretty good track that needs to be worked on this spring. A large part of the pit is going to be turned into a pond soon not sure when but hopefully not to soon.

Mostly flat is not a bad thing you just need about 10 yards of dirt and a rented bobcat. Then your going to have some fun


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Banshee, I would LOVE to be able to ride in a place like the one featured in your videos! It looks like alot of fun.

I usually ride over at my friends place. It is pretty open, but it's mostly flat.
 

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hell yeah a bobcat and a few dump truck loads of dirt are a beautiful thing. i've been riding mostly in fields. being that i live in nowhere town indiana there are 1000's of acres of fields out here. bout 200 acres across the street from my house. thats when a banshee is a whole lot of fun. oh yeah and about 15 mins from here there is an retired cross country GNCC track that we ride on but it fills up with water alot so it's usually pretty soupy. we used to ride in an abandoned garbage dump that was a few hundred acres that was a whole lot of fun. it didn't smell nasty or anything. but i tell you what the drainage off of a dump from the 50's makes a damn good place to ride. lots of gourges and drop offs and things like that. then the top was totally flat and youi can roll 80-90mph everywhere you want. damn i miss that dump
 

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Where i live, undeveloped and non-wooded land is very rare. It either has something built on it or its forest. :wacko:
 

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There's lots of riding in NC, but most drive 1-2 hrs to get there.

Most MX tracks are open Saturdays, folks find that cool, most of the day ride locations like state parks have camping and trails. We ride mainly in groups each Sat or Sunday and coordinate them on www.AtvNC.com

I see no reason why as this site grows in membership, that we someday will be able to gather for a camp/ride too.

Newly opened is www.bigdawgoffroad.com just past Greenville NC, and it takes about an hour and a half to run the trail start to finish and they built a MX track too. $20 for all day and the have a wash rack to hose the quad down, concessions, meeting pavilion, etc, nice place.

Pete
10min outside Fayetteville NC
 
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