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Old 01-09-2019, 08:53 PM   #1
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Tennessee side by side riding...

I know there's a lot of people on here that ride sxs's and was wondering if there was any interest in meeting up in TN or KY? We've been riding in that area for about 7-8 years and it is by far some of the best riding we do. (worth the drive since we live in NC)

Just wondering if there is any interest.

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Old 01-10-2019, 08:39 PM   #2
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yes, but not sure I can do it this summer though. Our calendar is pretty full. I need more time to RV. lol
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Old 01-10-2019, 08:45 PM   #3
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I'd love to but don't personally own one.
But, when we're down around Severville & Pigeon Forge I see them parked all over. Can you run them on the roads and in the Smoky's? If you have a link so I can educate myself I'd appreciate it.
We have to work on getting a toyhauler first then maybe a side x side.
Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-10-2019, 09:00 PM   #4
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If you are near Johnson City, TN in northeast TN take a look at Tannery Knob trails. It is a new side x side track and trails and if not mistaken its around 5 miles. It just opened in the past couple of mouths.
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My RZR is registered in AZ and has motorcycle plates. Just can't drive it on the Interstate or US Hwys. Drive from our garage to the open desert 1 block for hundreds of miles. Also good riding is in Utah on the Paiute trail. About a 250 mile circle plus all of the cross trails for about 2200 miles of riding. Here's a good place for the RV. https://www.southfortyrvpark.net/ Trail goes up to 12,000 feet.
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:25 AM   #6
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If you are near Johnson City, TN in northeast TN take a look at Tannery Knob trails. It is a new side x side track and trails and if not mistaken its around 5 miles. It just opened in the past couple of mouths.
5 miles? That would last less than 5 minutes. Lol. We ride on TWRA property. Itís roughly 186,000 acres. Weíve been riding there for a good many years and still come across trails Iíve never seen.

A routine ride for us is 60-100 miles. While Iím sure the trails there are nice, out rides are not crazy but definitely adventurous.

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5 miles? That would last less than 5 minutes. Lol. We ride on TWRA property. Itís roughly 186,000 acres. Weíve been riding there for a good many years and still come across trails Iíve never seen.

A routine ride for us is 60-100 miles. While Iím sure the trails there are nice, out rides are not crazy but definitely adventurous.

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You're covering 5 miles offroad in less than 5 minutes. Dang! Slow down & enjoy the scenery. Can't see much @ 60 m.p.h.!
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Our son likes the trail system in West Virginia. They take 4 wheelers & not sxs's.


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I know there's a lot of people on here that ride sxs's and was wondering if there was any interest in meeting up in TN or KY? We've been riding in that area for about 7-8 years and it is by far some of the best riding we do. (worth the drive since we live in NC)

Just wondering if there is any interest.

Mark
We are blessed here in Tennessee and SW Va. to have so many trails to ride and campgrounds to stay. on the net and Facebook search Tennessee anti Asphalt and Spearhead trails to meet and discuss the above. I was traveling for hours only to find one of the best not 30 minutes from my house, thanks to these people. Feel free to PM me for any additional help I may be.

PS Add turn signals and most are street legal with a license plate in Tennessee.
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Take a look at the Spearheads Trail system in southwest Virginia.
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