Toys in the group consist of early model Toys and a few
Jeepers. Hey, If its got 4lo you can go.
What we been into!!!!
After what seems
like FOREVER... It looks like ALL rigs are once again
accounted for, the Yota's are built and as 2012 rolls into
view they are all wheelable. There is still some fine tuning
to be said for a few but that's wheelin.
Hopefully we can get a lot of good times in the dirt
this coming year.
We can't exclude a few of other makes that will be found
running with us or us with them... There's a couple of
Jeepers and a couple of Fords and even an FJ (40 that is)
that can all be seen on the trails.
Haspin Acres, is where most of the
wheeling has been happening, not a bad place, as long as its
dry, can you say body damage?!
That and with current gas prices, one can make it to and from
on a tank of gas.
Good for a weekend to hang out , test mods etc... Its the
closest to the Cincy area at about an hour (give or take).
Mostly dry dirt, some good climbs (more fun when wet!), can
get ridiculously muddy too!!! See Links section for links
to the area.
Dirty Turtle, KY - A few of us got down there once back
in 2010, nice riding, got some decent trails in.. Think
we're gonna have to the group down there again.
Slade County, Ky,
Sure does seem to have a lot to
offer. The spot we went to is in the Daniel Boone Forest in
Natural Bridges back pocket. It was nice, good old Ky
sandstone, awesome scenery and trails all to ourselves, we
some private land of a friend mostly a few quick runs, lasting
a few / several hours. Kenny is always working to add new
trails. Some creeks and trails within an hour away, good to
get to if a late start in the day or just wanting to
mess-around for a few hours.
We used to wheel a place in Kentucky, mile marker 49 -
Livingston. but it has been shut down, now there has
always been a catch or loop hole, supposedly if your licensed
and insured your legal, as long as your not on private
Livingston was about a two and half hour drive. Great area,
main trails are "logging" roads so not too difficult, some
rocks to climb, and so a little more tricky obstacles with
some off camber action as well. Many of the early years pics
are from there.
Kentucky Outback Park,
aka Xtremeterrain, or Vanceburg. About at the hour and a half
mark, located in Vanceburg, KY. The park is not officially
open yet, but it has a lot rock (rock garden), off camber and
creek bed trails. With new trails being added all the time.
See Links section for links to the area.
* This park has officially Closed - the powers that be never gave it
a chance... See the KY Outback Link for details.
Looking ahead we'd like to revisit - Slade County in the Gorge
area (good old Ky sandstone), there are plenty more trails to
explore, and not to be overlooked; Hillz ní Hollerz isnít too far away, or
possibly a trip to Black Mountain (Harlen, KY) would be nice,
as well as thereís always Dirty Turtle and Haspin for a quick get away.
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