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post #241 of 7915 Old 01-11-2009, 12:19 PM
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Are you sure. I found a website that says its good for mountain biking, atv and 4x4 off roading. it says there is 11 miles off-road driving roads...

http://www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail...lid=BGN062-022
I'd be interested in going there even if it is just to ride bikes through there too, I find there is a shortage of decent single track places around here yet.

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post #242 of 7915 Old 01-11-2009, 02:35 PM
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Hey has any1 heard about 909 out off of tyrell rd off the taconic in clinton corners???
I 've never been there, but heard it's boring unless you have a Vette.

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I 've never been there, but heard it's boring unless you have a Vette.
Thats what everyone says about fire roads, but I've been to a few (LEGAL) unmaintained roads and had a good time. Of course, if you go there looking to crawl all day you'll be disappointed, but that not the fun of it for me. If they are only fun in a Vette, I do have resi shocks that enjoy a couple whoops here and there


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post #244 of 7915 Old 01-19-2009, 10:34 PM
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Just checked online and a few said it is closed to us till april due to hunting season. So is it an april meetup?

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Just checked online and a few said it is closed to us till april due to hunting season. So is it an april meetup?
you dont wanna go there now anyway, those roads are under at least 3ft on snow

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you dont wanna go there now anyway, those roads are under at least 3ft on snow
3 Feet? Have we even had that much yet??

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3 Feet? Have we even had that much yet??
theres ~12" sitting outside my apartment in the sun. in the shade 1.5 hours north of me i'd imagine theres more.

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Hey Everybody,

I live in Fishkill, NY too. I'm always looking for places to go offroading. I've been to 909/Tyrell road... nothin special, but at least there's no worry of getting in trouble.

I'm glad to see there are others in the area interested in doing some wheeling. Keep me posted.

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If we all want to hit some trails we should organize something for Rausch Creek in the spring. Definitely worth the trip for a few days of camping/wheeling.
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If we all want to hit some trails we should organize something for Rausch Creek in the spring. Definitely worth the trip for a few days of camping/wheeling.
Im may be in for that but just the thought of flat towing my YJ that far kills me

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Im may be in for that but just the thought of flat towing my YJ that far kills me
How come you have to flat tow your Jeep? And I would be up for any type of offroading, I haven't been since the summer. Rausch Creek might work well for me considering its just as far from where I live in NY as it is from where I go to school in DC.

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How come you have to flat tow your Jeep? And I would be up for any type of offroading, I haven't been since the summer. Rausch Creek might work well for me considering its just as far from where I live in NY as it is from where I go to school in DC.
John, you've never been to RC have you? Yeah man, you gotta go . Nice rig next to yours in that first pic in your sig BTW .

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How come you have to flat tow your Jeep?
Take a look at his sig. Gots no track bar and no sway bars .
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Take a look at his sig. Gots no track bar and no sway bars .
Haha, well yea that'll definitely make it difficult to drive to RC. And no I haven't been yet but I've been itching to go so you'll have to keep me posted so we can take more pictures of our Jeeps on rocks .

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Haha, well yea that'll definitely make it difficult to drive to RC. And no I haven't been yet but I've been itching to go so you'll have to keep me posted so we can take more pictures of our Jeeps on rocks .
bunch a TJ'ers who know nothing of YJ's i've run mine without either for years. they're not needed as much with leaves instead of coils. I'm sure he's got another reason for flat towing.

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