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WELL if no one else knows any, there is one in Sterling that is a decent amount of fun. Not very long and not very challenging but it's something to do. In am going to go this weekend if anyone wantgs to join.
 

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WELL if no one else knows any, there is one in Sterling that is a decent amount of fun. Not very long and not very challenging but it's something to do. In am going to go this weekend if anyone wantgs to join.
there is no legal wheeling in Sterling.
there really is no legal wheeling in Northern Virginia for that matter.
wildcatting(wheeling on private property illegally) is very much frowned upon on this forum, and any one who encourages it will not be tolerated.

if you live in NOVA, your only real options are Rausch Creek up in PA(an excellent place with a lot of great trails) or the GW national forest with a few places by 81
rumor has it that a small park will be opening up in woodbridge, but when has not been announced yet.
 

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Subbed for future updates. I'm in North Alexandria here. I was done in Hoodbridge today but forgot somehow to loom for the rumored trail behind Best Buy while I was there.

If any of you guys wanna get together and talk shop or need an extra set of hands to turn wrenches shoot me a PM and lemme know.
 

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There's a spot in centerville right on 28 where fairfax co. And Prince William co. Meet. There is a Bp gas station and a trail head right next to it. See wheelers there every time I go. No signs posted. Could waste a lot of time in there. Just watch out for the trees haha
 
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