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Places to Ride Dirt - October 31, 2006, 12:08 PM

For fun and it was cheap - I recently picked up a DR350Se - so I am looking for places to ride dirt - trails - fireroads - etc...

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i know a girl that lets you ride the dirt track in her back yard....
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there are a few good places within a 3 hr driving radius unless you know somebody. the answer to this question also depends on your view of trespassing laws.
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I am going to start riding my Grizzly 660 & my XR400 at Taskers Gap in Edinburg. Perhaps some would like to join me


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October 31, 2006, 01:04 PM

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I am going to start riding my Grizzly 660 & my XR400 at Taskers Gap in Edinburg. Perhaps some would like to join me




Watch out for the rocks bro.


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I am going to start riding my Grizzly 660 & my XR400 at Taskers Gap in Edinburg. Perhaps some would like to join me
works for me - just gimme a heads up.... just keep in mind I am a noob when it come to dirt....


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there are a few good places within a 3 hr driving radius unless you know somebody. the answer to this question also depends on your view of trespassing laws.
There is trespassing - and there is trespassing... Let's just say I know about riding in the Laurel - but probably wont risk it .... Out in the boonies is a bit different..


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I am going to start riding my Grizzly 660 & my XR400 at Taskers Gap in Edinburg. Perhaps some would like to join me
Love to. they busted up/moved most of the big rocks
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November 1, 2006, 11:14 PM

taskers gap is too rocky to be any fun on a bike, peter's mill is ok, but only 7 miles. i've had my FZ1 through about 80% of peters mill and it was't too insane. greenridge is really nice as are some of the state parks in PA.


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I am looking to find some dirtbike riders as well. Heading to WV this weekend going to Hatfield McCoy's. I ride there pretty regularly. Let me know if you guys want to try to organize something and get some good dirt riding in before it gets bad out. Also have a DR 250 for sale if anyone is interested, the new bike is a YZ 400 F. Let me know!!


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I am going to start riding my Grizzly 660 & my XR400 at Taskers Gap in Edinburg. Perhaps some would like to join me
I'd love to ride up there. One of my favorite riding places. A good mix of easy to Effing insane levels. On the upside...they put in a nice parking area on the lower fire road to allow access for ridrs not willing to cross the rock garden. (200 yards of boulders)

Can't this weekend though. Have a honey-do list.


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