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I waited in line half hour, filled out three sheets of papers, paid 40 clams and rode for an hour. MX courses are short and flat. Sprinklers run without warning, so be prepared to get wet. The woods trails are horribly rocky. We found out the hard way that they dont allow 3 wheelers. (It is NOT posted anywhere in the rules, we were told by the check station) So, one of our riders had to go home.

I try to always keep an open mind, but I give that place the "Finger."

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I rode at jack frost a few times.It is good on a weekday,less crowded.I tried weekends and way to crowded for me.Dont like atvs and dirt bikes on same track.Also I felt too wet and rocky.Hard on the machines.I switched to njorvp in south jersey,easier on machine and me.All sand,not to wet.Dusty,cant have everything.It is a good track.I seemed to ride alot more than at jack frost.Also a pretty sharp enduro track through the woods.They do have web site.
NJORVP.com.I think it is 50 for day 300 for a full year.The predator works great there. 13,38 sprocket,18 inch holeshots.
 
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