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To the NJ members,

I am sure the answer is no, but has anyone come across any legal riding areas in NJ in the last few months? I went to lost Trails in PA a few times, but want to know if any local place has surfaced recently. I am so tired of having to travel to ride my quad that I have resorted to street riding 2 wheelers again.
 

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As for now, there are no legal place to ride but if you go onto this site http://www.exriders.com/vbb/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=24 they are talking about the NJ Senate have approve some atv parks but have not decided where as of yet

There's a whole bunch of info about NJ on that site
 

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LOL! Yeah! I've seen you there also
 

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To the NJ members,

I am sure the answer is no, but has anyone come across any legal riding areas in NJ in the last few months? I went to lost Trails in PA a few times, but want to know if any local place has surfaced recently. I am so tired of having to travel to ride my quad that I have resorted to street riding 2 wheelers again.
Oddly enough, I feel much safer riding the ATV on trails then riding two wheelers on the street. Traffic is so bad in Atlanta, I would have to ride 1/2 hour or so before I could get away from it. I don't know what part of Jersey you are from, but hopefully you have some wide open spots to ride. Sucks that you have to travel to ride the ATV.
 

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Growing up in N.J. myself, I can remember having alot of choices as to where to ride, but urban sprawl has ruined just about every one of them !! As mentioned, I too wish I could ride local, but for now I'm also putting some travel-time in { about 2 to 3 hours } towards western P.A. We go riding at Treverton, Minersville,Shenendoah etc. -and I have to admit, it's worth the drive time !!:hey:
 

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Oddly enough, I feel much safer riding the ATV on trails then riding two wheelers on the street. Traffic is so bad in Atlanta, I would have to ride 1/2 hour or so before I could get away from it. I don't know what part of Jersey you are from, but hopefully you have some wide open spots to ride. Sucks that you have to travel to ride the ATV.

I am from North NJ. For street riding I have to travel around 15 miles to hit the twisties of Bear Mountain.
 
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