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Old 01-29-2009, 06:55 PM   #1
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Somone Help Me Out With Upcoming Or Trails Near Bay Area Cali.

First time doing a thread so give me a little slack. I just started Jeeping about 2 years ago. I fell in love with it and love working on my Jeep and Mobbin it around. My step dad also has a jeep (CJ5) and I really want to hit up some trials with other Jeepers. Learn more form them and get more experience. I have a 2002 Wrangler with a 3 inch suspension lift and 32's.

Anyone know of any trails or meets around my area?

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Old 01-29-2009, 07:47 PM   #2
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There is a an ohv park in Hollister, another situated between Mines Rd in Livermore and I5, or I typically spend 3 hours and hit the forest service roads around Dorrington (Hwy 4) towards Bear Valley.

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sick, thanks for the reply. ill keep that in mind
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There is a an ohv park in Hollister, another situated between Mines Rd in Livermore and I5, or I typically spend 3 hours and hit the forest service roads around Dorrington (Hwy 4) towards Bear Valley.
wait, forest survice roads? what are those just random roads in the forrest?

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wait, forest survice roads? what are those just random roads in the forrest?

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sort of, they are really supposed to be only used by the state for rangers, and forrest service people to use, also so fire trucks can access remote areas of wilderness
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sort of, they are really supposed to be only used by the state for rangers, and forrest service people to use, also so fire trucks can access remote areas of wilderness
do they get pissed if your caught?

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