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There is endless riding on this side. Lots of old mining routes, beautiful scenery, and a bunch of old mining equipment to check out. Everything from rocky to muddy to sandy.

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well i will have to give you two a shout next time we head that way, we would love to ride some trails over there, sounds like something we would like to see!

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That would be great, we love meeting and riding with new people.

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I'm From Northeast Pa...my name is Rusty aka Muddie49..this is my first ATV, but i've rode dirtbikes and raced in Nj for a number of years, I ride a Polaris 500 HO 2009, its been alot of fun and i'm hopeing to hit western PA in the future for one of those camping and riding trips.right now its local trips because i'm waiting on a trailer to haul the big girl around.Ihope to get to know a few of you in the future and maybe even share a trail with yous...i love the site and keep up the good work. MUDDIE:wink:

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welcome muddie :) i'm from NY...i race the local WNYOA series and some GNCC's from time to time....this place is a wealth of information from other users so if you have any problems, ask away :)

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Welcome Muddie! Glad you found us!

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Guest darcy379

Hello. Iam very new to this site and the whole chattin online thing. You all have to bear with me,iam typing on a blackberry. I live in Dartmouth Nova Scotis Canada.

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