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BuckBilly

Where you like to ride and what riding does for you?

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Lotta trails and creeks/ rivers around where I live. Plenty of nature and At any time you can go hop in the creek. Bliss and Peace of mind

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a tracking app on your phone I've found is essential. i had no idea how many trails there were just right around my neighborhood. but to topic, its the most calming, meditative thing i can think of after a hard days grind at work.

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love the trails. peaceful take the mind off the world. getting outside in any capacity is awesome so on a bike makes it all the better.

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I like to ride in my hometown. It is a small city so i like to travel there with my bike. I prefer to ride slowly because it gives me amazing feelings.

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I like to ride in the woods with lots of trails and mud and occasionally water and I like to do it because it tests my skills and calms my inner mood and helps me think and release stress

 

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My favourite riding is on trails with heavy tree cover.  I also prefer a heavily ridden trail beaten & worn. 

My local riding is Rocky, wet & muddy with mud holes & river crossings through beautiful wooded mountains & swampland.  There is one mud hole so hairy that it earned the name Scouts Hole because it supposedly ate a Boy Scout.  I can drive from Vermont to Massachusetts on those trails. 

I also Love riding at my friends camp named Widstock.  We have been cutting and trimming trails there for 18 years!  It's similar to my local riding but with a minimal amount of rocks & more off camber and uneven riding, a nice challenge.  It also has a mud hole named The Bog. 

Starting thirty years ago I used to ride in The Pine Barrens of NJ.  There are mostly what NJ people call scrubby pines (man sized pine trees) & lots of sandy trails.  The sand is loose in some areas and packed in others.  Once while riding on 2 Honda ATC 250SX 3 wheelers, my 1985 & my buddy Joe's 86 we came up to the west side of the Garden State Parkway.  I didn't hesitate and rode out onto the shoulder of The GSP.  I rode next to the vehicle traffic as quickly as possible and got back onto the trails just as quickly!  Great fun in the Pine Barrens! 

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I live in newfoundland  I ride the resource access roads

you can go anywhere  hunting fishing  berry picking or just for fun.

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Local trails on my property and my adjacent neighbors. 

We like the solitude of the rides for unplugging ourselves and my kids from the technology driven daily grind. Also forces/allows me to teach them about the woods, critters and nature in general while still getting some adrenaline rush. 

(Plus while they're out riding, my wife and i can have 5 mins to talk without being hounded by little needy offspring :) )

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Hatfield & McCoy trails system West Virginia 

Rockhouse trail is the #1 choice 

need any other info shoot me a message and ill inform you with everything you need to know

www.wvtrailsinn.com

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The Black Hills in South Dakota is by far my favorite place to ride.  Hopefully someday make it to the Hatfield & McCoy trail system.

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I haven't been out riding n a while and need to get out there! Bumping this topic as we have a ton of new members that can share where they like to ride. 😀

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