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Michigan looking for trail riding friend over 50

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I'll keep looking/asking until I find someone that's in same boat, or atv as I'm in lol Well maybe not the exact same atv, any atv would be ok lol
Riding skills from slow poke to flat WOT is fine with me, as long as were out there in Gods country!! Get in touch before the season starts to get acquainted before hand! Thanks, Steve

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Maybe we can get together! I'm 60 and still bang it pretty good on my beloved 2-fiddy-R. :)

I have been to Silver Lake to ride the "dune". lol

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On 1/13/2019 at 11:01 AM, LT80 said:

Maybe we can get together! I'm 60 and still bang it pretty good on my beloved 2-fiddy-R. :)

I have been to Silver Lake to ride the "dune". lol

Sounds great!! Sorry I didn't get your reply in my mail for some reason, so its lucky I happened back here to see your message to possibly ride one day. I have been riding up around St Helen to Mio region since 86, with kids and know the area real well, and have many great places to show if you've never been there yet! My kids have stopped riding last year after blowing rod and can't afford repairs.

I'm very familiar w/the R's, had all three model years of 250 and 2 of 450's, which I presently have and really love it! Fast/quick/lite, kick start 2004 that starts easily and reliable! 

Been to Silver lk many times, not many trails, and usually just stay a day, but up north is better where there's so many trails, you'll never cross the same one twice, and can ride for days!

We have either camped at campground there or stayed at Trails Inn, right on trail head downtown St Helen on colder days, and with friends with their campers, with rustic and electric sites at campground, and it too is right there in town with atv dealer for parts and hardware stores. Great restaurants too!

I'm semi retired here in Taylor, Mi. and have plenty of time for trails/camping once weather breaks, how about something about yourself?

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