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I was surfing online and saw a couple of awesome lanscape atv pictures...

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Post your lanscape pics if you have any.

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Ballinger Canyon

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Camuesa OHV Trail

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Da Joisey Shore! (MarGate)

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Calicoon, NY

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Double-Secret spot:

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Tom D

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What a great Thread!!!!!!!

Nice pics everyone!

Here are a couple......

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Seeeeeeee!!!!!!! My Trike made a Dirt run!!!! LMAO!!!!

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10 Min. from my house

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Good job showing that you guys were lost. haha That must be why u don't ride dirt anymore. :P

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LMAO!!!!! YES.....We were lost......That was about 4 hrs into our 6 hr ride....The trails were marked but they were confusing....we had just gone down what we thought was a "medium" Trail and it ended up to be a Black Diamond Dirt bike Trail....:confused: If you dont recognize him Joe....that is Dirtdog..AKA Mike from Pismo....:yes:

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Ok,,,,,Im gonna Share here........

My Dad and I.....PISMO.....Im gonna have to say 1974 or 75....somewhere in there.....His Trail 110 and my little Honda Z50....:yes::wink::laugh:

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HUH!?...I didn't think they had cameras when you were a kid! Or is that a sketching? :laugh:

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HUH!?...I didn't think they had cameras when you were a kid! Or is that a sketching? :laugh:

That pic was taken back when you had to hold still for 60 seconds to take the pic.

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Those are some great photos! Here's a few more:

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We shot these in the powerlines by us, a few years back:

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Bot: that first and fourth pictures are epic man.

down here "landscape" means a 5foot mud hole :laugh:

but heres a place were we ride, we couldnt get the quad in the picture cause they dont allow quads on the rock. this overlooks the tennessee river

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Here are a couple from the dunes.

The first one has to be my favorite :biggrin:

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