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Everybody! Post pictures of the trails you ride.

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I thought it would be neat to see what the trails are like that other people ride. Lets see those pics, here are some of mine. These are just a few of the places I ride, as I get to more this summer I will post new pics.

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Heres one of my fav trails. Actually "Archers Firebreak" in the Tillamook State Forest is my fav trail, but I dont have pics or video of it. Im putting along cause I had a Girl Friend on back. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ma28sHH00SM]YouTube - Browns Camp "Island Trail"[/ame]

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Same trail without a passenger. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AAPp-s7W0s]YouTube - Browns Camp "Island Trail"[/ame][ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVkUOB9PErU]YouTube - Browns Camp after the storm on "Island Trail"[/ame]

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Heres a video I found from "Archers Firebreak" This section is a good challenge on a quad. If you dont straddle the ruts, your pretty much screwed. First time we were on this trail I had a friend with me who is not too experienced at quading yet. I told him to wait and let me climb it first. I got to the top and decided he probably shouldnt try it. So, I get off my quad and yell "NO!!!" He thought I said "Go" He pins it and goes for it. LOL. I bout had a heart attack watching him get on one wheel as he climbed up. LOL. Would have been great on video.

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Since we're in ATV friendly NY, I won't be naming locations :D

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Nice pictures, everyone!

I have over 1200 pictures from quad trips and adventures. I'll try to keep it relatively simple, but I get carried away sometimes.

Maybrook, NY. First place I ever rode a quad on a trail. Can't ride there any more...was shut down...

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Beartown, MA. Very technical trails, also very calm and secluded. Great place to ride.

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Lost Trails, PA. Have to pay to ride, but it's worth it.

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Maple Run, PA. Very small park, but decently fun.

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Pittsfield, MA. This is where we ride the most...this place has everything. Mud, rocks, hills, etc. You name it, it's there.

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Tolland, MA. Only went there twice, and now it's "not recommended" that you ride your ATV there (translation: the MA DCR doesn't want quads in the park and won't hesitate to shut it down). It was fun though.

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That's all I have for now. We've been to other places, but the pictures aren't worth posting (for example, I only took 5 pictures at Paragon). Oh well, I hope you enjoyed that set!

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These are from Rabbit Valley, Co. It is on the Colorado and Utah Border.

Mom and Dad

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There are some technical spots but mostly FAST fun riding.

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Here is a one of my least favorite places to ride because it's all truck trails, but this is where I went today.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m40jk5v9Dyw]YouTube - ATV Easy Rock Climb[/ame]

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Here is a video from this weekends ride

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9DT9hnwlDA]YouTube - Trip to the secret balanced rock[/ame]

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Here is my friday the 13th ride. Sorry the video sucks cause I was holding the camera in one hand and driving with the other.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6HCcqy4c7M]YouTube - Friday the 13th ATV Ride[/ame]

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Riding Weiser Dunes Idaho

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQrRH-O3Ox0]YouTube - ATV Jumping at Weiser Dunes[/ame]

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So we went out riding yesterday and on the last stretch back to the truck our trail was rudely blocked. I never thought I would be intimadated by a cow. There was a good number of them and they had a bunch of babies too. All the big ones started forming a line in front of the babies and slowly moving towards us. I'm a city boy, I don't do cows. I'm not like a cow whisperer or anything but they looked pissed. As soon as I saw an opening I gunned it. They went nuts and started jumping and running. That was a little ego check, being punked out by a cow.

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Bot, It's suprising how they can do that. A whole lot of our trails close to town are through cattle grounds so I have had to break heards up several times. One day I had a cow laying on the trail and she wasn't going to move until I got about 2 feet from her. The cows don't bother us so much, usually they just break and get out of the way, it's having to get off your bike all the time to open and close the fences to get through to other areas.

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Here ya go. The last ones were taken from an area above the Carbon River in Orting, WA, the first from another area connected to the Tree Farm Trails in near Bonney Lake, WA. All of these areas are connected by trails and logging roads.

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