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I spent the following friday riding there with a few of my buddies from Nazareth, Pa

Good place to ride. Theres MX tracks, Woods course, hare scramble course, trails out the yeng yang, which includes a powerline trail.


Considering the trail system is very abusive on machinery, the polaris did very well.It was pouring rain all day and the creeks were flooded. I went through some deep water and didnt suck in any water. Nothing broke, only scrapes and dings on the A arms.

Never been? Considering the possiblity? Here is some advice from my experience on Friday......

Get a set of XCT's Tires. The trails have LOTS of rocks and trees to roll over.
Ground clearance! Save those A arms!! :)
Take a tow strap.
Take food and drink.
Bring 30 bucks to give to the cutie behind the entrance booth, so you can ride for a day.
We found one trail at the bottom of the mountain that was nothing but negotiating rocks. After that one trail, my clutch grabs alot later now. Make sure your clutch is in good shape.

Do a search on the net, theyve got a pretty good website.

Have fun, Ill be there again during the week after memorial day. :)
 

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Ive been there had a great time but i agree its hell on a bike. I hit that same trail at the bottom by the tracks it was horrible i had to turn around. Def need some a arm skids.
 

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Tower City Trail Riders Inc. has some real good trails and play areas. Its like 16,000 acres so you have to hunt for good trails. Some also have a lot of rocks that will mess up your pred. Great place once you explore it. You can even build a cabin there for like 500 bucks a year, but if coming from far away its worth it. I love it there, but no mx tracks only trails.
 
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