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Ajmboy

We need an ATV Trail Section

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Does anyone use other sites that have trail sections or databases of trails? I'd like to see something here for trails by state, search, etc.

What does everyone think?

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Isn't that kinda what the Where to Ride thread is for?

:confused: Maybe we coud break it down by state though...

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Like on ATVFAN, you select a state then it gives you a big list of trails in that state. Leave it open to member comments. This way other people reading can get an idea of what it is like. This is a great idea

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Only thing I would heed against is trails in states where most riding is ilegal.

We in NY usually don't discuss trails online unless is private property where permission is granted or "sanctioned" rides like poker/charity runs.

Ya never know who's lurking in the shadows ;)

That's one thing I've learned riding in NY....

BLEH!!!!!!

Tom D

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Well I'm sure there are some legal trails there right? Or we can just make a section for each state and have the members fill in the trail names and descriptions.

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Only thing I would heed against is trails in states where most riding is ilegal.

We in NY usually don't discuss trails online unless is private property where permission is granted or "sanctioned" rides like poker/charity runs.

Ya never know who's lurking in the shadows ;)

That's one thing I've learned riding in NY....

BLEH!!!!!!

Tom D

Good point!

I like the one on ATV Fan, I think something similar where people can enter their trails by state.

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Well I'm sure there are some legal trails there right? Or we can just make a section for each state and have the members fill in the trail names and descriptions.

Obviously I don't know all the trails in NY, and there are "clubs" that have private trails and have available memberships. e.g. "hunting" clubs and the like, but nothing "public" like Glamis, St. Joes and similar parks in other states.

Tug Hill does comes to mind though....

There's actually some legislation being looked at to "legalize" some upstate trails, so keep yer fingers crossed.

My point really was for those who ride on "suspect" land and post those locations online.

That's not such a good thing :biggrin:

Hope that's clear as mud.....

Tom D

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I understand what you're saying. If NY doesn't have any trails posted, oh well. I can go on and on with Colorado trails.

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I understand what you're saying. If NY doesn't have any trails posted, oh well. I can go on and on with Colorado trails.

Fine...great...rub it in! THFFFFFPT!!!

I never liked you anyway <BIG WINK>

LOL!

Tom D

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Great idea! I am planing to retire in a couple of years, just hit 27 years with LADWP. I am looking forward to going to different spots.

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A lot of the trails here in mo. are legal to ride in if you have a county tag. Tags are about 10 a year. In order to get a county tag you need insurance. Insurance is cheap enough and you can ride for hours and hours without having to pay at places like St. Joe and others. They are also allowing atvs on the town streets now. What a break thru for us atv fans!

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A lot of the trails here in mo. are legal to ride in if you have a county tag. Tags are about 10 a year. In order to get a county tag you need insurance. Insurance is cheap enough and you can ride for hours and hours without having to pay at places like St. Joe and others. They are also allowing atvs on the town streets now. What a break thru for us atv fans!

We have a section here to post trails, it would be great if you put a few up.

Check it out! ATV Trails » QUADCRAZY ATV Community

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