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Knew it! Can't wait to get up there sometime...

I'll warn ya.....the main trails there are all dirt roads......but all the side trails are awesome!! All the side trails are all mud!

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nice pics flyin :)

mwke...nice video.........you don't have any pretty mountains out there!!!! i'll have to take a picture of what we look at daily and post it for ya :)

anywho, here's some recent race pictures..

knobby acres harescramble start

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corner....talk about tired, not a very good lean in bahaha.

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umm....i dont think you're goin to pass me

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check it, only the left side wheels touching...rouggghhh race course, nothin but roots and rocks

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mwke...nice video.........you don't have any pretty mountains out there!!!! i'll have to take a picture of what we look at daily and post it for ya :)

Ummmmm,,,,,YUP!!!!!! We live right at the Base of the Sierra Nevada's:yes:

Nice Pics by the Way:wink:

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Found an OLD picture for ya Wheeler......

This is about an Hour (if I haul ARSE) from my House.....Stonyford OHV area.....This particular Day my Buddy and I were Lost for about 2 hrs of our 6 Hr. Ride.....LMAO!!!! Its the only pic I can find with some Mountains in it.....

So this is an Action Shot of His Finger Trying to figure out where we were at.....All I know is ,,,,,It was Black Diamond Trails from that point on..AND Single Track No less:aargh::realmad::laugh:..:confused:

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I'll warn ya.....the main trails there are all dirt roads......but all the side trails are awesome!! All the side trails are all mud!

Nice! Sounds perfect to me. If you've ever heard of Maybrook (which got shut down), that's exactly how it used to be...loved that place...

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I run ITP's all the way around. The only Maxxis tires I've ever run are my mx razrs....I have GNCC holeshots on the front and HD's on the back....the HD's are like the best tires I've ever seen, I've run an entire supercross series, indoor supercross series, and harescramble series on them and they're just now getting worn. Plus, all the practice riding and such....they're definitely what I'll be getting at the end of thsi season for next.....

and the GNCC's? My husband and I both run them, they're awesome. I actually have his tires on right now that he ran for his entire season last year....he got new ones this year because of a sponsorship deal, so I took the "old tires" that were used.

ITP's are awesome, we've never had problems with them!!

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Flying,

Bringing back the memories of just the other weekend.

Heads up don't get caught with an ATV in where you took the Pic of the Gorge trail sign. DEC will get very crabby and they put up the no-ATV signs again. When were you up at Tug hill?

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Flying,

Bringing back the memories of just the other weekend.

Heads up don't get caught with an ATV in where you took the Pic of the Gorge trail sign. DEC will get very crabby and they put up the no-ATV signs again. When were you up at Tug hill?

I went in august. I loved it. It was so muddy!

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I was there 2 weekends ago and it had rained the day before we got there and overnight while we were there. There were a 2 trails we actually turned back from because there was so much water and no-one wanted to be the guiney pig and see how deep they were. :surfing:

Otherwise the MUD was great! :biggrin:

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Did you go to the one trail where your riding along and the next thing you know the trail just stops in front of a swamp? Its wicked deep. They run jeeps threw it. The can am couldn't make it. But my lil yami did.

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I know 2 places where that happens, we went through both of them earlier this summer, all of the quads went through, the trail in the "playground" across from the Timberview that looks like it it goes into a lake we went through after we talked the guy in our group with the oldest quad to try it first, although we didn't think he was going to make it.

This time we did not go through either one because the water looked ALOT :elvis: deeper and none of us wanted to try first.

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sounds like you two had some serious fuN :)

i get to practice tomorrow nighttttt.......i cant call it riding....cause its more like practice for UNADILLLLLLLA this weekend...woot woot!!!

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I know 2 places where that happens, we went through both of them earlier this summer, all of the quads went through, the trail in the "playground" across from the Timberview that looks like it it goes into a lake we went through after we talked the guy in our group with the oldest quad to try it first, although we didn't think he was going to make it.

This time we did not go through either one because the water looked ALOT :elvis: deeper and none of us wanted to try first.

They always send me in first. They always send the teen first. lol Its fun tho when i'll water wheelie my way across really deep hole and one of them with some big huge Big Bore will be like "if that lil 450 can make it i can make it'' then they'll try and they wont make it.....its funny!

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two more shots I just came across from this season...this was actually the Knobby Acres harescramble start here in Cortland, NY...feel free to laugh cause I did when I saw them bahaha.:laugh:

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ok well the first was funny...same reactions and everything....we call that synchronized quad riding bahaha....this second one's pretty narly i think:biggrin:

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umm m...sometimeesss:laugh::laugh:

when we're goin to fast and need to turn a corner...but hey. that's not me in the fence, nor did i go in the fence. :elvis::wink:

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