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I know that it is still a ways away but in August I'm planning a week vacation to go riding somewhere new. My question is, is there anyone on here that would be willing to show me and my wife your local trails? I ride sport a quad but she drives a Rhino. I'm looking for something fun and some life long friends to ride with every now and again. I was thinking somewhere in the midwest, anywhere is possible.

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I used to live in Arizona. I spent my first 13 years of riding in Az. Utah is my next door neighbor, I can go there any time. Never thought about Michigan, I think we decided to head down to Florida, We're gonna hit up Ocala, Fl and Harlan, Ky for sure. Still planning a few stops.

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I used to live in Arizona. I spent my first 13 years of riding in Az. Utah is my next door neighbor, I can go there any time. Never thought about Michigan, I think we decided to head down to Florida, We're gonna hit up Ocala, Fl and Harlan, Ky for sure. Still planning a few stops.
I have been to Daniel Boone trails in Hyden Kentucky. They are awsome!!! Not to far from Harlan either( 30 or 40 miles away.). Go to
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for more info about Harlan and DBT. That's the forum where they hang out.

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