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01-05-2012 03:05 PM
Templar Welcome to WF
01-05-2012 02:13 PM
wrangler_TJ
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Haven't had any luck finding any local trails here in Winston/Forsyth Co. I usually head west or northwest up torwards the BRP or over to Piscah NF. Brown Mt. has OHV park but like URE closes for winter.

There are some cool USFS roads out that way as well near Linville Falls/Gorge. Good camping spots too not far from there to plan weekend trips.

I'm gonna try and get over to the Triad Jeep Club meeting at Crown/Wendover on the 16th to see what they are all about.

Uwharrie opens in spring, had fun my first trip there in Dec.

Once the warmer weather gets here, wife and I ride our motorcycles more (cheeper on gas, LOL!) but always up for Jeepin' on the trails with fellow Jeepers out there!

cool beans yeah i took my RZR to uwharrie and loved rock climbing with it it was stock but still tons of fun but had to sell it to fund the jeep but have rode my motorcycle at ure a lot too. pretty fun. i might ride up to that jeep meeting too.
01-05-2012 01:13 PM
Vulcan Classic Haven't had any luck finding any local trails here in Winston/Forsyth Co. I usually head west or northwest up torwards the BRP or over to Piscah NF. Brown Mt. has OHV park but like URE closes for winter.

There are some cool USFS roads out that way as well near Linville Falls/Gorge. Good camping spots too not far from there to plan weekend trips.

I'm gonna try and get over to the Triad Jeep Club meeting at Crown/Wendover on the 16th to see what they are all about.

Uwharrie opens in spring, had fun my first trip there in Dec.

Once the warmer weather gets here, wife and I ride our motorcycles more (cheeper on gas, LOL!) but always up for Jeepin' on the trails with fellow Jeepers out there!
01-04-2012 08:56 PM
DirtyRob I made it up Daniel with a bad crank position sensor with a stock YJ on 33's. Uwharrie is as bad as you want it to be on your rig.

Welcome to the forums
01-04-2012 08:21 PM
usjeep clayton nc here.
01-04-2012 11:54 AM
Vulcan Classic Winston Salem here!
01-03-2012 06:49 AM
SgtDeko Welcome Aboard!
01-03-2012 06:32 AM
wrangler_TJ
New jeeper

hey everyone im a new jeeper to the forum and just bought my first jeep a few days ago. and looking for other jeepers to hang out and find some good trails in the traid. kind of trying to stay away from uwharrie for now ive had nothing but bad luck down there and the jeep is all stock accept 33" tires and a 2" body lift. but anways if anyone knows of any good trails around greensboro winston or what not im in thomasville so hit me up.

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