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Unread 07-07-2011, 06:09 AM   #16
ioman2
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Location: Woburn, MA
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Originally Posted by PsychoJeeper92 View Post
its not my loss. i choose to not wheel with a club. plus i really dont have time for hardcore wheeling. i work 10-12 hours a day. and only have 2 days off. and i spend those days with my girlfriend. so it doesnt leave much time for me. id rather not drive all over new england and waste 200 dollars worth of gas.
as long as your wheeling legal and enjoying the sport its all good.

clubs are great though so i wouldn't rule them out in the future if i were you.

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Unread 07-09-2011, 08:33 PM   #17
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Idk where abouts you live but I live out I. Charlton ma (sorta near Worcester) and in oxford there's a "road" called fort hill road. Off of Joe Jenny road. It's a legal road but totally impossible unless your in an off road vehicle. I go there alot there's all sorts of crap you can do. A few mud pits some rock climbs and great trail ride. You can make it through in a matter of minutes or stay for hours trying to explor the trails that branch off. So anyone around this area. It's worth a ride out there.
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