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Dirt Bikes - July 6, 2009, 01:31 AM

I just got dirt bikes for me and my two boys 7 and 9. Anyone else ride dirt bikes know of good places to go ride. Any other pointers ?
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http://www.atvwannaride.com/main.htm

is a good begginers place


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edinburg va, in george washington national forest, its awesome

or tomahawk MX park in WV


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breezewood proving grounds in Pa,Brandywine Md, and Budds Creek just to name a few. Breezewood proving grounds is great you camp and ride for the whole weekend for less than $50 bucks, 4 tracks.
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great suggestions guys thanks
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Where in Brandywine are you riding?
are you talking about the power line right there across Rt.5 ?


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July 6, 2009, 02:43 PM

Mountaineer, WV
Tomahawk, WV
The Landing, MD
Snake Creek, DE
Blue Diamond, DE
Seaford, DE

All of the ones listed about are decent tracks, there is a few more tracks in MD and northern half of VA but they aren't good enough to mention.

Some people that might be able to help you a bit more are over at Solomon Racing, he runs a good MD, VA, WV and PA MX forum or check the AMA district 7 webpage but they cover a lot more area.

Somebody will probally not so polietlly mention that I left off Budds Creek but they don't have open practice, your either racing there or rent the track for a day, sort of stupid if you ask me. But they did bring the MX des Nations to Maryland and are also trying to bring the GPs back to the states also.

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are there any free places to ride that you don't get hassled by the cops? i used rider where stafford airport is now and it was free and never got bothered.
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July 9, 2009, 10:37 PM

OK, I took the boys out to tasker's gap... yeah not a beginners trail. I managed to let them ride a bit and when they get more experienced I would love to take them back out there. I really just want an open field I can let them loose that they cant run into anything. Anyone got a field they don't mind some dirt bikes in?
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