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Unread 08-27-2011, 05:07 PM   #1
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InterLake Run anyone?

Anyone wanna go to Inter Lake ORV sometime this fall? Never been there myself but pictures look cool.

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Unread 09-29-2011, 03:01 PM   #2
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which inter lake
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Unread 10-06-2011, 07:27 AM   #3
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Never been but I have talked to guys about it and they said it is pretty lame, mostly dirt roads and very little climbing. I had it described to me as Redbird but 10 times easier.
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Unread 10-06-2011, 09:33 AM   #4
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Lame its not, take a day come on down and ride you have some fun.you will have some bite marks in your seat.
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Unread 10-06-2011, 12:08 PM   #5
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The "big hills" are not challanging but there are some great trails that run off those. And its deffinitly hairy back in the woods. Interlake is a great place with lots of potential.

And a big plus is they actually have toilets there now, no more driving down to the gas station to take a dump
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Unread 10-06-2011, 07:16 PM   #6
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Anyone wanna go to Inter Lake ORV sometime this fall? Never been there myself but pictures look cool.
That will be a pretty good drive for you as I assume your are talking about the Interlake in southern Indiana.

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Never been but I have talked to guys about it and they said it is pretty lame, mostly dirt roads and very little climbing. I had it described to me as Redbird but 10 times easier.
Coming from a guy on 37's and built to a tee........ I am surprised you think Redbird is that challenging. I assume you got your info from the guys that went down a couple years ago from IndyORV. I don't know for sure they explored every where they should have.

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Lame its not, take a day come on down and ride you have some fun.you will have some bite marks in your seat.
I think Interlake has the best of multiple hardness levels compared to the Badlands and Redbird. The Badlands definately has more rock climbs. Redbird probably has more loose hills. Overall, I think if Interlake were labeled a bit better, it could be a close run in competition for first or second between the three. I think Interlake gets a bad rap because you really need to know where to go to get to the good stuff, and unfortunately, you most likely aren't going to stumble into on your first run since it is towards the far end from where most people enter the park.

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The "big hills" are not challanging but there are some great trails that run off those. And its deffinitly hairy back in the woods. Interlake is a great place with lots of potential.

And a big plus is they actually have toilets there now, no more driving down to the gas station to take a dump


And just for the record, I have been to the Badlands at least a two dozen times, to Redbird at least a dozen times, and to Interlake a dozen times in the last three years.
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im headed there in a few weeks for toys for tots
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