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post #16 of 22 Old 12-02-2011, 03:41 PM
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Cory Patagonia isn't set for me, I just know that I want to go wheeling on the 11th anywhere relatively close to the area. I'd say South of Tucson, East of Nogales and i guess West of New Mexico, if you have something else in mind close to benson, Im interested, i want to try out the new locking hubs I'll be installing on the 10th. I just haven't found any set rides already for our area and would like to get one (or a few) going. At Colorado Springs we had a small group 3-6 that would go almost every other weekend to different trails in the area and since then I been hooked, I would like to join or start a similar group around here. I like helping out others, whether in the trail or the garage, not a mechanic but mechanically inclined, got my own tools and garage and I'm off most weekends. Aside from wheeling my CJ7, I also ride an 07 Yamaha YFZ 450 and an 08 Kawasaki KLR 650.

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post #17 of 22 Old 12-02-2011, 09:38 PM
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Cory Patagonia isn't set for me, I just know that I want to go wheeling on the 11th anywhere relatively close to the area. I'd say South of Tucson, East of Nogales and i guess West of New Mexico, if you have something else in mind close to benson, Im interested, i want to try out the new locking hubs I'll be installing on the 10th. I just haven't found any set rides already for our area and would like to get one (or a few) going. At Colorado Springs we had a small group 3-6 that would go almost every other weekend to different trails in the area and since then I been hooked, I would like to join or start a similar group around here. I like helping out others, whether in the trail or the garage, not a mechanic but mechanically inclined, got my own tools and garage and I'm off most weekends. Aside from wheeling my CJ7, I also ride an 07 Yamaha YFZ 450 and an 08 Kawasaki KLR 650.
I'm in for the 11th, and up for driving most anywhere, my drive is still pretty smooth
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However, you all are going to have to tell me where to go, while being very familiar with the state, I don't know the trails very well at all.
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post #19 of 22 Old 12-02-2011, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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Cory Patagonia isn't set for me, I just know that I want to go wheeling on the 11th anywhere relatively close to the area. I'd say South of Tucson, East of Nogales and i guess West of New Mexico, if you have something else in mind close to benson, Im interested, i want to try out the new locking hubs I'll be installing on the 10th. I just haven't found any set rides already for our area and would like to get one (or a few) going. At Colorado Springs we had a small group 3-6 that would go almost every other weekend to different trails in the area and since then I been hooked, I would like to join or start a similar group around here. I like helping out others, whether in the trail or the garage, not a mechanic but mechanically inclined, got my own tools and garage and I'm off most weekends. Aside from wheeling my CJ7, I also ride an 07 Yamaha YFZ 450 and an 08 Kawasaki KLR 650.
You really need to take a trip to Safford then we have a local sand dune quiet a few buddies are into quads go pretty often. There's even a natural hot spring their
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post #20 of 22 Old 12-02-2011, 10:54 PM
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However, you all are going to have to tell me where to go, while being very familiar with the state, I don't know the trails very well at all.
I'll make sure to keep you in the loop ZMBJ33P, the lake Patagonia area is supposed to have some nice sight seeing trails, worse comes to worse we can go where I'm most familiar with, around the back of the Huachuca Mountains, we can go on the hardball to Parker Canyon lake ( i dont know if you ever been around that area, if you haven't its great) from there we can take the trails and end up either in Nogales or through the Montezuma Pass ending up near Hereford (awesome sight seeing on the montezuma pass), your choice depending on what is your time frame. If you've heard of any other trails around our area that you might me interested in doing that same day instead of the ones mentioned, let me know.

Im trying to get in contact with wranglerx07 (or something along those lines) he has a couple of threads looking for people from the area, to see if he wants to join us, perhaps he has done and can guide us through some good trails around here.
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post #21 of 22 Old 12-02-2011, 10:57 PM
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However, you all are going to have to tell me where to go, while being very familiar with the state, I don't know the trails very well at all.
I'll make sure to keep you in the loop ZMBJ33P, the lake Patagonia area is supposed to have some nice sight seeing trails, worse comes to worse we can go where I'm most familiar with, around the back of the Huachuca Mountains, we can go on the hardball to Parker Canyon lake ( i dont know if you ever been around that area, if you haven't its great) from there we can take the trails and end up either in Nogales or through the Montezuma Pass ending up near Hereford (awesome sight seeing on the montezuma pass), your choice depending on what is your time frame. If you've heard of any other trails around our area that you might be interested in doing that same day instead of the ones mentioned, let me know.

Im trying to get in contact with wranglerx07 (or something along those lines) he has a couple of threads looking for people from the area, to see if he wants to join us, perhaps he has done and can guide us through some good trails around here.
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post #22 of 22 Old 04-03-2012, 12:14 PM
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I am in SV but my folks live in Thatcher-retired. I get down there on a weekend every couple of months...
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