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:biggrin:PLEASE CHECK OUT THE LINK BELOW. WE CURRENTLY HAVE APPROXIMATELY 50 RIDERS WHO RIDE EVERY WEEKEND AND ALL OTHER TIMES THAT WE CAN GET TO THE RIVER. WE ARE LOCATED IN NORTHWEST TENNESSEE ON THE BANKS OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

TAKE A LOOK, TURN UP YOUR SPEAKERS, AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK. WE WELCOME ALL WHO WOULD LIKE A FUN FILLED AND MUDDY WEEKEND RIDE. :biggrin:

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When did the Ridge Runners move from Kentucky to Tennessee? Bellman never said they were moving from South eastern Kentucky. Explain or I will remove this thread.

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