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I have permission to ride 60+ acres that vary in technical aspects. Let's make something happen. We have off street parking and it's a ton of fun.

 

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Where in the hudson valley are you? Feel free to join my club and post your info 😉

 

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I'm in Montgomery N.Y. like 60 miles north of Jersey. It's more central Hudson valley

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I also live in the Hudson valley, as of now i have my property, 31 wooded acres and also power line trails nearby , im waiting for hunting season to end , i dont want a taillight full of buckshot lol 

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Graduated from washingtonville, Highschool, lived off of “ clove road near Mtn lodge , live in Hyde park now. 

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I know this topic is from last year, but I'm new to the forum.  I'm just across the border in NJ and would be interested.  I see the KFX as your profile pic, are these 60 acres sport quad friendly or more tailored to a utility?  Most of my stuff is lower and wider to where if its rocky / washed out terrain (like lost trails) that I'd probably avoid it.  But I am definitely looking for some new riding spots that hopefully have slightly wider open trails.

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All good brother. I can travel too. Also have a few guys that all travel to different spots. Let me know what's up.

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All good brother. I can travel too. Also have a few guys that all travel to different spots. Let me know what's up.

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It's a mix of everything. But everyone rides something different

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Sounds good to me.  I'm trying to get back into riding providing time allows

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Hey @Deuce welcome to Quadcrazy! Don’t try !  Do it ! 

Lost trails is a great place and has multiple types of trails.  I have rode with @06kfx440and it’s a blast.  If you ever feel like coming out for a ride let us know.  

 

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