FL requirements for dirtbikes in Ocala Forest

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  1. rdhj

    rdhj NJ Dual Sport Rider

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    Coming from NJ with my sister to ride the trails and Ocala and see there is something about titling vehicles. Does this only count towards vehicles that are not already registered and titled in other states? I have a Husy TE 450 totally street legal but the ister has a little 125 motocross bike. What do we need to do to be legal. Links to web sites and forms would be greatly appreciated.
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  2. tenfiddy

    tenfiddy Demotivational Poster Child

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    For the dirtbike you have to be ready to provide proof of ownership in the form of a registration slip, manufacturer certification of origin or state title. Pay your access fees at a trail head and you'll probably be OK.

    Be sure to carry your registration slip for the tagged bike.

    More information HERE
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  3. RichardD

    RichardD Been here awhile

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  4. rdhj

    rdhj NJ Dual Sport Rider

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    does a street legal dual sport need to do anything...legally, i can ride my bike down the highway to get there...wondering if a NJ registration, insurance, and tag is all I need
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    brewmann Been here awhile

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    You should be fine. The Rangers are pretty good with recognizing DS bikes. They seem to identify Orange more easily though....
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  6. Philip Kuntz

    Philip Kuntz Fleasy Rider

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    You should pay the fee for the tagged bike also, I think its $10 per bike for a 3 day pass. Ride the Motorcycle Loop to avoid quads for the most part. Parts will be good, others will be deep sand, whooped out single track.

    There are much better trails for tagged bikes, but you will not be breaking the law on OHV trails with the 125. Watch out for quads and other bikes, all of the trails are 2-way. :deal
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  7. rdhj

    rdhj NJ Dual Sport Rider

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    what if we dont have any ownship documents for the dirtbike..In NJ, there is no need to register dirtbikes and the bike was bought second hand
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