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Old 12-12-2010, 10:19 AM   #16
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Kenny stitchers up in brewton has a bit too
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Old 12-12-2010, 11:16 AM   #17
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Kenny stitchers up in brewton has a bit too
Kennys in Bretwon, how could I forget?

One of the things we've tossed around was finding some hunting land to lease. If anyone knows someone who has hunting land to lease......
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Old 12-12-2010, 12:10 PM   #18
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go to google earth check out the track of land between guf beach hwy to the south.hwy 98 to the north fairfield drive to the east and blueangle parkway to the west.its a known 4wheel drive spot but there are places to rome for the adv enduro explorer always challenging .i took joel out there last weekend .
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Old 12-12-2010, 12:36 PM   #19
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go to google earth check out the track of land between guf beach hwy to the south.hwy 98 to the north fairfield drive to the east and blueangle parkway to the west.its a known 4wheel drive spot but there are places to rome for the adv enduro explorer always challenging .i took joel out there last weekend .
Man, that's HUGE!
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Old 12-12-2010, 01:46 PM   #20
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its alot of swamp but this is where the single rack parts come in its alot of picking your way around and through lots of old fire breaks game trails mud saw grass sand pine forest open sections we would just have to explore more me and kawarider [joel] only touched on the main trails .i just zoomed in and found what looks like some trails afround the perimiter.THEREis aplace i have wanted to check out for years but i wanted some one to go with me .go back to google map and check out bishop trace rd. just over the alabama line it is what looks to be a huge track of open land at the south end of perdido river
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Old 12-12-2010, 02:13 PM   #21
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google map frank reader road follow it west my wife says that that is opened up we road out there and there were no gates that dirt covers east of perdido river all the way south to the bay i would like to explore that some time
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Old 12-13-2010, 08:16 AM   #22
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its alot of swamp but this is where the single rack parts come in its alot of picking your way around and through lots of old fire breaks game trails mud saw grass sand pine forest open sections we would just have to explore more me and kawarider [joel] only touched on the main trails .i just zoomed in and found what looks like some trails afround the perimiter.THEREis aplace i have wanted to check out for years but i wanted some one to go with me .go back to google map and check out bishop trace rd. just over the alabama line it is what looks to be a huge track of open land at the south end of perdido river
Years ago I took a renegade ride out in that perdido river area-primarily all hunting lands-I found no singletrack however...I believe it was wilcox road to 212? then south-back to the river.

For anyone aspiring to keep it tight and "unfounded"-always remain neutral on gas and brakes while entering and exiting trailheads exposed to curious eyesleaving no marks is a good thing here.
I've even gathered large logs and laid them down at angles-better hiding entrances.
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Old 12-13-2010, 10:41 AM   #23
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Single track?

What is this Single Track you are talking about?

I'm married. Did I get on here by mistake.
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Old 12-13-2010, 10:43 AM   #24
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Years ago I took a renegade ride out in that perdido river area-primarily all hunting lands-I found no singletrack however...I believe it was wilcox road to 212? then south-back to the river.

For anyone aspiring to keep it tight and "unfounded"-always remain neutral on gas and brakes while entering and exiting trailheads exposed to curious eyesleaving no marks is a good thing here.
I've even gathered large logs and laid them down at angles-better hiding entrances.

You are so right Britt!

It's all about stealth! Never be seen entering or leaving. If your spot is near homes, don't make any noise till you are out of earshot, warm up your bike on the trail not on the entrance road, etc.

If one is careful about exposing a secret riding area, it could last years and years!

If anyone shares a spot with me or the guys I ride with, you be sure we wont do anything to draw attention to ourselves or the riding area!
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Old 12-13-2010, 10:45 AM   #25
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What is this Single Track you are talking about?

I'm married. Did I get on here by mistake.

You are the one I've heard about.... !!! Thought you'd never show up!!

Taught me how to lay out trail, keep it fun and how to put in a little pruning with each ride (before or after) to make a great trail!
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Old 12-13-2010, 11:17 AM   #26
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i love me some tasty single track yum
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Old 12-13-2010, 06:12 PM   #28
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I would def. be interested in trying out some of these spots that you speak of in the P-cola and Navarre area!!!! Always looking for more places to ride!! I'll be back from a road trip out to the west coast on Jan. 4, so hopefully I can meet up with you guys then, I'll keep checking the thread!
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I would def. be interested in trying out some of these spots that you speak of in the P-cola and Navarre area!!!! Always looking for more places to ride!! I'll be back from a road trip out to the west coast on Jan. 4, so hopefully I can meet up with you guys then, I'll keep checking the thread!
Just let me know when you get back and we'll put something together.
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Old 12-14-2010, 11:46 AM   #30
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FWIW-I typically use a machete for woods in this area to make trail. Alot can be done with your feet-saving hands and upping the karate (chops).

I tend to make first gear, run hot type trails as that's where I would get stomped in races
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