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Old 03-16-2013, 07:33 PM   #128
Racer111v
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Location: Hudson, NH
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Originally Posted by Ken F View Post
How much of your ride is pavement?Does Vermont require off road sticker or would Ct street plates be OK?
I would like more information on trails and skill level needed.
VT doesn't require off road registration. Your street plates are fine.

The rides are not officially organized. You need to talk around and find a group to ride with. I road two track with some other small bikes last year (DRZ-400) that I met around the fire. We cross paths with some big bike groups on a few of the many dirt secondary roads in the area. Some groups covered a lot of miles of tar/gravel roads on Saturday.

The tar roads lead to gravel roads. The gravel roads lead to jeep trails (lots of houses off the beaten path). The jeep trails lead to atv trails. Lots of elevation changes, but not super technical. The biggest things are the "rain bars". They are diagonal ditches cut across the trail for erosion control. They will wear you out after a few hours.
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