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IdahoQuad

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Hello from Buhl, Idaho (near Twin Falls). I typically ride at least once a week in the Southern Idaho/Northern Nevada area. Also like to ride in Colorado, Utah (especially Moab), Montana and Wyoming. I currently ride a 2013 Yamaha Grizzly 550. Anybody want to ride in Southern Idaho/Northern Nevada area look me up. I know these areas very well. I've also done a lot of dirt bike riding and 4X4 (Jeep) in the above listed areas over the last 15 years.

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! You must have some views out there. I'm a fellow grizzly owner with an older 2004 660.

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Yes we do. I never tire of it. Idaho is about 75% public lands (BLM, FS and state). Then there's northern Nevada close by too. The Humbolt NF has some really good rides.

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I'm in Idaho Falls. What are some good areas over your way for me to try out sometime?

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I also live in Idaho (Preston) and ride the area southern part of the state.  I have a 1999 Griz that I purchased new,  it is currently getting a new top end,  pulled the trigger on a new 2019 Griz SE recently, looking forward to riding this year.   Anyone in the area shoot me a note, we ride ATV's and dirt bikes in the area.

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On 3/27/2019 at 4:36 AM, Jerryd68 said:

I also live in Idaho (Preston) and ride the area southern part of the state.  I have a 1999 Griz that I purchased new,  it is currently getting a new top end,  pulled the trigger on a new 2019 Griz SE recently, looking forward to riding this year.   Anyone in the area shoot me a note, we ride ATV's and dirt bikes in the area.

I wouldn't mind learning more about your area sometime. Perhaps an overnighter.

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Hey Idaho quad, we could probably do that, once all the snow is finally gone!!! Cant wait 

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Hey all,  thanks for all the responces, the area I live in is actually right on the Utah/Idaho border we ride in both states,  the area east of Logan Utah is a great riding area,  many trails, roads, single tracks that mostly all lead to other areas with very  little back tracking,  beautiful area with streams, lakes, mountains. 

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We had a lot of snow here too, especially in the higher elevations. I don't want it to melt too fast because that causes a lot of errosion, but, at the same time, I am eager to get trackin.

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