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post #91 of 250 Old 11-06-2007, 08:53 PM
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post #92 of 250 Old 11-07-2007, 07:17 PM
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post #93 of 250 Old 11-12-2007, 02:14 PM
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Manhattan (Near Harlem) Here, anyone know any good places around here? tri-state area?

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post #94 of 250 Old 11-13-2007, 09:39 AM
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Im always down for some wheeling. Im in Bethpage. hell ill wheel every weekend if your goin. I just wont go alone anymore, winch cant always save you haha any one need som1 to go with PM me ill always say yes haha

I want to take a ride to rauche creek, I just never been there before so im looking for some one to tag along with
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post #95 of 250 Old 11-13-2007, 09:41 AM
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Me and my friend are talking about going to either the Pine Barrons or Rauch Creek this Saturday. We're beginners so we're trying to hook up with some more experienced people.



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Clinton, N... oh wait, it's already there.

Hey BeefStew, do you know about Tassell Hill Wilderness Area? It's got a lot of variety, a little bit of it is pretty challenging depending on whether or not the beavers have flooded new areas.

And as for Tug Hill, count me in.

Another thing... in Otsego County, the state hiways are okay, county roads are rough, but the TOWN roads... wow. Mud slicks in the rain. Not many are paved farther than about 1/2 mile upon exiting the county or state hiways. Few are paved at all. It's a blast... Many are seasonal use only. Some are barely passable with my Jeep. Not exactly "off-road," but you can really get to some very out of the way places. Some of the trail systems in Otsego and Madison Counties are more than 130 miles long. And best of all, you're already almost there!

Anyhow, holler if you want. Snow has been flying lately and will be here to stay pretty soon, so keep that in mind.

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post #97 of 250 Old 11-15-2007, 08:20 PM
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Clinton, N... oh wait, it's already there.

Hey BeefStew, do you know about Tassell Hill Wilderness Area? It's got a lot of variety, a little bit of it is pretty challenging depending on whether or not the beavers have flooded new areas.

And as for Tug Hill, count me in.

Another thing... in Otsego County, the state hiways are okay, county roads are rough, but the TOWN roads... wow. Mud slicks in the rain. Not many are paved farther than about 1/2 mile upon exiting the county or state hiways. Few are paved at all. It's a blast... Many are seasonal use only. Some are barely passable with my Jeep. Not exactly "off-road," but you can really get to some very out of the way places. Some of the trail systems in Otsego and Madison Counties are more than 130 miles long. And best of all, you're already almost there!

Anyhow, holler if you want. Snow has been flying lately and will be here to stay pretty soon, so keep that in mind.

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I told Stew about Tassel Hill before, but we haven't checked it out. He's out in Elmira right now anyway I think.

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Madison County? Oneida is in Madison County, tell me more about these trails.
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post #98 of 250 Old 11-16-2007, 06:42 AM
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hey Aprez....whats up....Im hooking up with one of the guys from the Rausch Creek forum this saturday....we're beginners also....interested? If so...PM me

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post #99 of 250 Old 11-16-2007, 06:57 AM
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Madison County? Oneida is in Madison County, tell me more about these trails.

Would be interested as well


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post #100 of 250 Old 11-18-2007, 11:52 PM
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Guys said it was totally legal, off of exit 71 I think... Would like to take a trip out if anyone's game.
hey aprez...did you ever find out exactly where this place is? I went to Rausch Creek for the first time this past weekend and now I'm hooked...too bad that place is a 3 hour drive from LI....need something closer...
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post #101 of 250 Old 11-19-2007, 07:47 AM
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hey aprez...did you ever find out exactly where this place is? I went to Rausch Creek for the first time this past weekend and now I'm hooked...too bad that place is a 3 hour drive from LI....need something closer...

I've seen it on the maps via mapquest, just haven't made the trip out there due to legality questions... And from what I hear, it's pretty small.

Anyway, didn't make it out this weekend due to me being sick and my friend having work done on his house. But don't mind making the 3 hour trip at all to RC or the Pine Barrons. I drive further to snowboard!



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Queens NY. woodhaven
I grew up in Woodhaven, 77th off of Jamaca, and 91st by Forest Park. Went to all 3 local schools too.



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post #104 of 250 Old 11-25-2007, 07:31 PM
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I grew up in Woodhaven, 77th off of Jamaca, and 91st by Forest Park. Went to all 3 local schools too.

I went to lane is there a smiley that gets beat up alot?

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