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sbronemann

Riding in Tennessee over MLK weekend

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Hey ya'll, new here from the corn-belt in Iowa.  A buddy and myself are planning on coming down to Tennessee riding over the MLK weekend.  Never been riding out of state except Wisconsin.  Planning on going to the North Cumberland WMA area trails.  How is the riding around Brimstone and that area?  Any advice?  Looking at maybe picking up a trail GPS possibly as the actual maps do not look that great from what I've seen.  Will be riding a Can Am Commander 800R XT and my buddy has a Kawasaki Teryx-4.  Any information/advice/anyone want to ride would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you in advance. 

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