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mikeexplorer

AOAA Memorial Day weekend

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Spent the weekend at Anthracite Outdoor Adventure area and camped at the Trailhead Campground. This campground is next to the trails so you can just ride over to the trails.

AOAA has about 311 miles of trails on 6,500 acres of land. All kind of terrain depending on what you like.

 

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Looking good @mikeexplorer really diggin the jumping jack trailer. Seriously looking into one.  Spoke to a rep last week. They deliver them! I’ve been looking at all the videos and features  available.  

That looks like a great place to ride.  I checked out there web page and it’s about 3.5 hours from me. Maybe a long weekend trip for me and my boys.  

 

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Great pics 👍 the weather was nice this past weekend so I'm sure it must have been a great time!

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15 hours ago, Frank Angerano said:

Looking good @mikeexplorer really diggin the jumping jack trailer. Seriously looking into one.  Spoke to a rep last week. They deliver them! I’ve been looking at all the videos and features  available.  

That looks like a great place to ride.  I checked out there web page and it’s about 3.5 hours from me. Maybe a long weekend trip for me and my boys.  

 

There are no longer any dealers on the East coast. I am kinda surprised they are not more popular here, out west they are common. They even make a small one that can be towed behind a side by side. For $500 they will deliver it right to your door.

 

AOAA is a good place to ride and reasonable. $25 for 1 day, $10 for each additional day.

 

Mike

 

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It looks great and the price is right per day.   Trying to figure out some dates to get out again soon.   As far as the jumping jack I have spoken to a rep and info is coming in the mail so hopefully I will make a decision soon. 

Ride safe brother. 

 

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