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Old 03-19-2011, 06:04 PM   #1
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Fort Huachuca Sierra Vista Area

Anyone wheel around here? I just traded my TJ for a 2011 JK 4Door COD Edition will be looking for a club/wheeling buddies.

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Old 03-28-2011, 01:23 PM   #2
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Some trails west of the Huachucas, nothing too exiting but fun nontheless. You will encounter some illegal activities, human and pharmaceutical. Washington camp is also a popular place. Laters,

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Yes there is a club in SV the Range Riders they have been around since 1972. right now all the area around us is close untill we get enough rain. But once that happens we will be getting back out there. Depending on how you are built there are a lot of easy trails and on Post there are some a littl more challenging. But we hit trails in Benson, Bisbee, Patigonia, and the Dragoons. The club meets every third wed. at the Landmark cafe on Fry Blvd.
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Yes there is a club in SV the Range Riders they have been around since 1972. right now all the area around us is close untill we get enough rain. But once that happens we will be getting back out there. Depending on how you are built there are a lot of easy trails and on Post there are some a littl more challenging. But we hit trails in Benson, Bisbee, Patigonia, and the Dragoons. The club meets every third wed. at the Landmark cafe on Fry Blvd.
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Tom, we need to keep in touch. I haven't seen the Range Riders very active with the ASA4WDC or AZOHVC.
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I'm working at ft huachuca this week..31 Jul - 5 Aug 11....I don't have my jeep here, but would love to look at some others an meet some fellow jeepers
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I am up here in tucson stationed at Davis Monthan, The only trails out here are reddington pass and a few others i dont know much about
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Old 08-28-2011, 06:27 PM   #7
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Cochise County Range Riders Range Riders 4 Wheelers, There are plenty of places to wheel. The Huachuca and Dragoon Mountains have plenty of trails close by.
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Old 09-04-2011, 05:09 PM   #8
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There are many old mining roads around the Washington Camp and Patagonia mountains. There is a nice ride on Salero Road that takes you through Bull Springs from HWY 82 to I-19. By the way, what tires are you guys running? Thanks.

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