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Old 07-20-2018, 11:11 AM
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MA training areas??

hi everyone, not looking for any super secret badass spots (but I mean... I'll take those too)

Does anyone have any good spots in or near Central MA where I can take my Fiance to get her comfortable in her new JLUR? Nothing super challenging but looking for something more involved than gravel roads. She wants to get familiar with where her tires are, how the Jeep reacts, etc before we tackle some of the NH spots I am used to

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You should look into NH class 6 roads (unmaintained roads).

I can't tell for sure from your picture....but is that GG? Perhaps have her go along with a club run where you drive the more challenging parts and have her do the easier parts.
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Old 01-31-2019, 02:00 PM
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You should look into NH class 6 roads (unmaintained roads).

I can't tell for sure from your picture....but is that GG? Perhaps have her go along with a club run where you drive the more challenging parts and have her do the easier parts.
The picture was a buddy and I on some class 6 roads in Henniker last year,

thanks for the tip, we are going to join a club this year!
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You should really consider reaching out to Baystate Jeepers. A membership in the club will provide you with different events local and far on all sorts of different terrain. A great bunch of people to wheel with also. No one gets left behind and everyone is super helpful to beginners. For the membership fee it’s a bargain. If nothing else sign up on the forum and look for their 101 class they hold annually. It’s a small fee to go and it is extremely informative. A bunch of instruction on all the basics, a bunch of obstacles in a closed course to get used to the handling of the Jeep doing different things and a trail ride with spotters. If nothing else, it’s pretty low stress for her to get her feet wet. She can get a little instruction, watch someone tackle the obstacle right in front of her then and then go for it herself. It’s a hit every year!
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