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Old 09-13-2004, 08:45 AM
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Trails in Maine

Anyone interested in starting a list of trails in Maine? I know of a couple in Franklin County that are pretty good if anyone is interested. I'm just tired of running the same ones over and over!
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this poses a good question. i have seen the maps with the trails laid out for the snowmobiles and small ohrv's but does any one make a map for off road wheelin? kaised i'm from nh but i am deffinitly interested. i have also done some trails in vermont as well. i'm going to look into this map thing a little more and i'll get back to you.
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Old 10-17-2004, 01:00 PM
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If you guys are interested in this, let me know. I know of some in Somerset County.
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Old 10-22-2004, 11:14 AM
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I'm interested, where are some trails in Somerset?
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Hey I live in Bangor and I just got my truck on the road yesterday I would love to have a map of some trails. Does anyone know of any around Bangor area?
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Old 11-17-2004, 08:49 PM
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I'm from Oxford County.....in Rumford, and I know a couple mint trails....mostly power lines stuff, but alot of fun
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Rumford huh? Thats pretty close! I live in Jay now - used to live in Dixfield. Which powerlines do you run?
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I run the powerlines out by Rumford Point.....and out in the East Milton area, and a little that are in in-town rumford

There's a bunch of little sections that are more towards intown, and they are good for like a quick get the truck dirty on the way home type of thing, but when U get out of town, and near like Rumford Point, they get pretty awesome, and more of a wheelin'
trip out that way
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I used to run powerines down in the Sanford, Alfred and Shapleigh area. Nothing like that in Texas, sure do miss it.

Not the rust though.

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iwould be interested in checking out some trails up in maine, i'm from mass 30 min south of boston, their are no places to ride here with out runingtherisk of getting busted, if you couldsend me directions to some spots that wouldbe great thx ~Joe~
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well where I'm from is a little ways up in maine......I'm about an hour and a hlaf north of Portland, so I would try to find some places down in southern maine more, but if you REALLY want to traval a little more, there are some alright places around my neck of the woods
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NH Trails

Does anyone know of any NH trails?
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