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Old 07-19-2007, 07:42 PM   #1
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IN SO CAL where do people go Jeepin, wheelin, and offroading out i know of Ocotillo Wells but thats bout' it so where do people go

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i did but i dont think most of those places are close to me like riverside I.E. corona
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i did but i dont think most of those places are close to me like riverside I.E. corona
They are all within driving distance from you except the last three, which are more central cal. tiny and I both live in Temecula, so we're about 35 miles south of you.

Main divide road is in the hills west of corona, there is also a ton of stuff south of you in Anza Boreggo (too hot this time of year). But the best is in those mountains north of you (Big Bear / Arrowhead)

Unfortunatly, there is nothing really right in your back yard, so you're going to have to drive a bit.

I believe there is a club in Riverside you might look into as well.
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They are all within driving distance from you except the last three, which are more central cal. tiny and I both live in Temecula, so we're about 35 miles south of you.

Main divide road is in the hills west of corona, there is also a ton of stuff south of you in Anza Boreggo (too hot this time of year). But the best is in those mountains north of you (Big Bear / Arrowhead)

Unfortunatly, there is nothing really right in your back yard, so you're going to have to drive a bit.

I believe there is a club in Riverside you might look into as well.
thanks thats cool maybe when i get it we can go but yeah
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i'll be moving to san diego in a year or so, how far am i expected to drive to get to tracks?
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Lots of places east of SD. Anza Borrego is waiting for you..... Or, about 2 hours north to Big Bear.

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