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Old 05-01-2009, 05:31 PM
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Adirondack Man @ May 1 2009, 05:39 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Certain rural areas w/ state forest land, in western MA, are ok to ride in w/ proper MA registration. Overall, the vast majority of the state is off limits (legally) to atvs.[/b]
There are 4 places right on the western border of mass that have 25+miles to ride on. Atleast I dont feel like i&#39;m wasting my money and its atleast getting used for some riding ares and not being wasted by NY state.
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Well, be it from me to defend my home state <evil grin>, but it sounds like some good things
are happening in the Tug Hill region.

I&#39;m as annoyed as the rest of the NY&#39;ers about our registration and such not being used was it was
intended for....

25+ trails in MA? I sure hope that "+" has a lot more miles behind it......not trying to start an argument,
but being a novice rider, 25 miles of rough/rocky terrain still only puts me at 2 or so hours of riding. Then what?

Seems like lower New England is slooooooooowly coming around to realizing that us off-roaders aren&#39;t
all that evil; I&#39;m keeping my fingers crossed that the trend continues.

My personal opinion is that my area (lower Orange County, NY) will not be seeing any legal trails.

That&#39;s fine I guess; I can always do a weekend trip upstate to Tug......or get up early and do some day trips
to PA....

Just my .0000000000000000000000002¢

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (txduggan @ May 2 2009, 01:13 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Well, be it from me to defend my home state <evil grin>, but it sounds like some good things
are happening in the Tug Hill region.

I&#39;m as annoyed as the rest of the NY&#39;ers about our registration and such not being used was it was
intended for....

25+ trails in MA? I sure hope that "+" has a lot more miles behind it......not trying to start an argument,
but being a novice rider, 25 miles of rough/rocky terrain still only puts me at 2 or so hours of riding. Then what?

Seems like lower New England is slooooooooowly coming around to realizing that us off-roaders aren&#39;t
all that evil; I&#39;m keeping my fingers crossed that the trend continues.

My personal opinion is that my area (lower Orange County, NY) will not be seeing any legal trails.

That&#39;s fine I guess; I can always do a weekend trip upstate to Tug......or get up early and do some day trips
to PA....

Just my .0000000000000000000000002¢

-TomD[/b]
That total of 100+ miles of trails and camping etc is alot more then NY is doing for us and being in Albany area its no more then 1 hour from me. To be that close and be able to enjoy some good riding and see my money get used for what it was supposed to means money well spent unlike here.

Maybe if we hid some atv trail legislation in one of A-Hole lazy eye patersons fat tax bills or whatever BS he decides to propose we can get something accomplished around here. Maybe Hide it at the place where he likes to cheat on his wife...???
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (txduggan @ May 1 2009, 03:38 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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I thought MA wasn&#39;t that ATV friendly???

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You have not been to New Jersey then!!
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (nj kawi 750 @ Jul 29 2009, 10:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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You have not been to New Jersey then!![/b]

I live in NY and work in NJ.....I know all about it.....ARG!

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I feel bad for you guys. I don&#39;t even like to drive threw NJ...LOL NJTP = Toilet paper of america
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I am a Mass guy. Lucky I belong to a local club that is made up of private landowners that gives me about 30 miles of trails to ride. Very close to home. However this state is getting harder and harder to deal with when it comes to ORV use. More forest land each year in western mass is closing down to use. Most of the guys I know in Mass have registered in New Hampshire now as they have quite the extensive trial system and are ATV friendly. If I lose my club not sure where that will lead me.
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I am a Mass guy. Lucky I belong to a local club that is made up of private landowners that gives me about 30 miles of trails to ride. Very close to home. However this state is getting harder and harder to deal with when it comes to ORV use. More forest land each year in western mass is closing down to use. Most of the guys I know in Mass have registered in New Hampshire now as they have quite the extensive trial system and are ATV friendly. If I lose my club not sure where that will lead me.[/b]
How are the trails at the 3 state parks on the NY/Mass Border! I registeres so I could go there but just havent had time yet
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All depends what you like. Pittsfield State Forest is great. Assortment of all kinds of riding. Mud, hills, fast runners it has it. October Mt is one of my favorites as is Bear Mountain. October is nicknamed Rocktober. Techinical areas with alot of rocky trails. For a first time I would hit Pittsfield. Grab a map and have fun.
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YOUZ Guys need to come south of the Mason-Dixon line where we ride where we want and don&#39;t pay fees, license and any of that other stuff! I put over a 100 miles on my bike at the SlumLord Ride and Eat til ya puke event and we never went to the same place twice. Didn&#39;t even get a chance to go everywhere I wanted to take em! I ride till I get lost and then try to find my way back a different way most of the time. I feel for you guys. Its like our gun rights, they workin every angle to force us out there too>>>
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