JoMomma in DFW

Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by CodyY, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. calfroper

    calfroper In it to win it.

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    Rhome, Tx
    There are infinite miles of smooth gravel county roads, and a couple of offload parks within 40 miles.
  2. Paleodad

    Paleodad n00b

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    Hello, newbie to the site. 51 yr old. I ride an 800 GSA among other things. New to the ADV riding but experienced dirt and street rider. I live about an hour south of Dallas outside Ennis but work in Irving. Looking for other riders to join up with for either weekend trips or longer. Can trailer up to 3 bikes to farther destinations in case that helps someone out. I am an avid camper but don't mind roughing it and staying in a hotel or any combination. Hot showers are good from time to time.
  3. 2WheelNutTX

    2WheelNutTX n00b

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    Hi all. New member in Arlington, Tx. Have had a few bikes over the years doing a lot of different riding but have never had a street legal bike I could do ADV rides on until recently when I picked up a Yamaha WR450R.

    Anyway....looking for some ADV rides that are mostly off road.

    I have a few street bikes as well so interested in those rides too....but I know where the good paved roads are.......I don't know much about good ADV roads yet.
  4. txtallywhacker

    txtallywhacker I pooped today!

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    Everywhere
    Your in Texas...Land of private land. If you want to go true dual sporting head to Arizona. That's what I did. I grew up in North, TX. Took a trip to Arizona in the mountains. Moved there the first chance I got . Real dual sporting territory out there!
  5. pacman1

    pacman1 Long timer

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    Location:
    Burleson, Texas
    This is very true, relatively little public land in Texas. And the county roads in the urban and suburban areas are mostly paved. Head to the rural counties to find dirt/gravel county roads.