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any sport riders on here?

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i have a yfz 450 and all of my friends have sport wheelers. we are looking for some new areas to ride. any suggestions? and what are you riding?

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The closest thing to you for riding a sport machine would be Tri-County Pit between Faribault and Northfield.

My currnet ride wouldn't do very well off-road. grin

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thanks LEP i will have to look into that. so im guessing that there arent to many sport riders on here.

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the majority ride utes, but there are a few sport guys in here.

One option that I would recommend if you're interested in trails is Nemadji State Forest. There's an abundance of trails that are great for a sport machine with many of them being snowmobile trails in the winter.

be sure to check the DNR site for the most current and up-to-date trail closings.

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I just sold my Z400 about a year ago. I loved that little thing, and I really miss it. I just didn't use it enough anymore, then I bought a Sportsman for ice fishing. The wife couldn't understand why I needed 2 quads. That landed the Z on the hit list.

Me and some guys went out to the Pike National Forest (Colorado Springs area) a couple years ago and had a blast on our little sport quads. Every guy should do something like that at least once before they're too old and have too much responsibility. The trails out there were rediculous!

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always wanted to go out west somewhere, but some of us already have to many responsibilitys. but there is always a chance.

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general andrews state forest is a good time on a sport quad nice and sandy with no rock gets wooped out sometimes which is fun but slows you down a bit

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