OH Trail Ride

James

Staff member
Hey Buck, do you still want to go do a trail ride next month? I can probably get there early on some Saturday or Sunday morning.
 
Sure! Most of July is good! :thumb: I've got a couple of weekends locked up already with some family stuff, most I can work around though. You talking about Perry ORV area in Ohio I PM'd you about? :ride: Let's go!
 

James

Staff member
Sorry I wanted to add some more to my post last night but my power was flickering like crazy, so I just posted what I had.

I think that's the place we had talked about earlier, can't find that PM anymore. :noidea: As of now the only weekend in July I can't go is the 4th. Also Saturday would work better for me, but I'm flexible.

Do you still have that link to the website or their physical address?

Are we the only Addicts in this area? I met a guy on TT but his bike isn't working and he has no money or time to fix it. Well there is AJ but I don't think his bike has ever touched dirt. :lol: Milk's in PA but under house arrest. :bonk: Anybody else?
 
Here is the link to the Monday Creek ORV area in the Wayne National Forest. They have 8 decent trails there = about 75 miles of riding available.

Trail Map http://fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5084019.jpg

General info on The Wayne: http://www.waynenationalforest.com/wayneatv.htm

My family used to rent a home in the summer in the Wayne in this area and I used to ride here, just not on the state land. The land is beautiful rolling hills, heavily forested, and intermediate in difficulty. It's fun and as fast or slow as you want it to be. Just have to stay away from the quads. If its dry, they are a major pain in the ass on the two tracks.

If you can do a weekend, you can camp at any of the trailheads. I'll probably stay a weekend. I should have an Ohio ORV sticker for you. I never stick em to my bikes so they can migrate from one to the other.:devil: I need to renew both of them for my 5 vehicles this year. :devil: You would just have to buy a $12 day permit.

:ride:
 
Here is the link to the Monday Creek ORV area in the Wayne National Forest. They have 8 decent trails there = about 75 miles of riding available.

Trail Map http://fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5084019.jpg

General info on The Wayne: http://www.waynenationalforest.com/wayneatv.htm

My family used to rent a home in the summer in the Wayne in this area and I used to ride here, just not on the state land. The land is beautiful rolling hills, heavily forested, and intermediate in difficulty. It's fun and as fast or slow as you want it to be. Just have to stay away from the quads. If its dry, they are a major pain in the ass on the two tracks.

If you can do a weekend, you can camp at any of the trailheads. I'll probably stay a weekend. I should have an Ohio ORV sticker for you. I never stick em to my bikes so they can migrate from one to the other.:devil: I need to renew both of them for my 5 vehicles this year. :devil: You would just have to buy a $12 day permit.

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Come on Buck play by the rules!:prof: By stickers for all of your bikes:naughty: :smirk: Stop teaching the youngsters how to skirt the system :P
 
Come on Buck play by the rules!:prof: By stickers for all of your bikes:naughty: :smirk: Stop teaching the youngsters how to skirt the system :P
:finger: the state! They get enough of my money! :moon: I only ever use 2 at a time, so technically, each one is legal and paid for when its on state land. :P
 

James

Staff member
Well it looks like the weekend of the 9th is also out for me. :foul:

BTW do I need any special stickers or "papers" for OH?
 
Go to post 8 or so...

There are the maps and info. I should have an extra OH sticker you can borrow for the weekend.:thumb:
 

James

Staff member
Well so much for that. :foul:

And my new MX51 tires came today, guess I won't be needing them for a while. :bonk:
 
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