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06-01-2013 06:30 PM
Oz82 Stony was VERY nice. Spent 7 1/2 hours there and didn't scratch the surface. It would treat your daily driver nicely. Mine's bone stock and I only got stuck once (and I was 90% sure I was going to stick but had to try it anyway).
05-31-2013 07:50 PM
Originally Posted by free78 View Post
We are riding Cheaha tomorrow if you want to go.
I would love to but I promised the GF that we'd go together and she's unavailable tomorrow. Long story.

If y'all do some other dates please post.
05-31-2013 07:44 PM
free78 We are riding Cheaha tomorrow if you want to go.
05-31-2013 06:55 PM
Oz82 Don't go off of my word only; I've only heard about it. I haven't seen it for myself.

It might be more of a drive than you want, but I'm planning to go try Stony Lonesome just south of Cullman tomorrow. 1400 acres and plenty of noob trails.
05-31-2013 02:13 PM
Skylord I was looking hard a grey rock. If it wasn't my daily driver, I wouldn't mind beating it up more, but if I wheel on Sunday, it's still gotta get me to work Monday morning. Sad to hear it might be too hardcore for me. I do love a good power line trail though.
05-30-2013 09:55 PM
Oz82 Also, since you're like me and don't look to do extreme stuff, watch out for recommendations for Grey Rock. It's terrain is not friendly to noobs from what I hear.
05-30-2013 09:53 PM
Oz82 There's some power line trails off Derby Parkway just below Trussville.
05-29-2013 09:34 PM
Wheeling near Birmingham AL

I live just south of B'ham, and, not being a local, I need some places to go get a little dirty. My rig is also my daily driver, so I try and avoid the really harsh stuff. If you know of any good spots, and maybe would even like to meet up, send me a message.

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