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Howdy from TN

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Howdy name is Ernie call name (GIP) or Gipp on here since it take a 4 letter word for a user name, :laugh: Anyway I been riding 15 to 20 years or so, mostly Honda's though my latest being an independent suspension this a zuki KQ 500.

What part of NY you cat's from, as I am now Reside in TN, though I was born in Riverhead, NY as Pops was in Air Force. Mom was from upstate NY, and I spent many a summer around Rome, NY and the Black Lake region of NY.

Are there any big riding areas in upstate NY, how many acres? miles of trails are available, can be had from one location. I'm looking for a good place me and some friends can possibly go in eastern half of USA preferably northern USA.

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