Adventure Horizons

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  1. Adventure Horizons

    Adventure Horizons Been here awhile

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    Hello all I wanted let you know about Adventure Horizons. We develop ADV/Off-road routes much like the BDR does. We also do not charge for our routes like the BDR. We were going to offer tours but, I think we have decided not to try that venture. Most of our routes are located within the Central Appalachian Region. Information can be found on https://www.adventurehorizons.com/?...0ZxmDVsF_Dad4CesVN8xBsM78tn6D4f0IPrOLNfEFWXv8 Some of our files are compressed so, you will have to unzip them. Our flagship route is the Trans Virginian Trail (TVAT) it is over 1000 miles in length and starts at the coast of Virginia and ends at Pt. Pleasant WV. We have a video highlighting the TVAT. Here is a link to the video on Youtube.
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  2. TripleTriples

    TripleTriples Long timer

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    Me likey.
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    Adventure Horizons Been here awhile

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    Thank you
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  4. rglee

    rglee Ride 'em, don't wash 'em! Supporter

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    I've ridden two of www.AdventureHorizons.com routes - the Trans-Virginia Trail (TVAT) and the Tour de Coalfields. They are both great rides! A couple of us are doing the Shenandoah Trail and Southern Highlands Turnpike routes in late Sept.
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  5. random1781

    random1781 Been here awhile Supporter

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    How much dirt is Tour de Coalfields? Might be doing that soon.

    Shenandoah Trail is fun, especially Flagpole Knob to Fulks Run.
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  6. VADUALSPORT

    VADUALSPORT Adventurer

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    The Tour de Coalfields has a good amount of dirt. It really isn't big bike friendly. I've ridden all of it and it has some spots I wouldn't want to do on a big bike.
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