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I got my quad last spring to plow and do yard work but this year looking to get it dirty and do some trail riding and progressing into more skilled terrain riding and maybe some muddling in the warmer weather
 

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Welcome to the forum! You came to the right place for info.
 

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welcome from the Flatlanders
 

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Welcome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Hey welcome neighbor! Let's do some riding this year!
 

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Welcome aboard :shakehands:

NH is the only place in the northeast worth living in, live free or die :)


Rather be riding, instead I'm using Tapatalk
 

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Heater2u, you are from one of the most atv friendly states and there are many places to ride in NH. What part of the state are you from? We ride the southern NH trails a lot. I plan to hit the northern trail systems at least once this year. Check out state line riders club. Look in the North East section of the forum. The club just visited the northern trails a couple weeks ago. You are welcome to go any time we go riding. We usually post in the NE portion of the forum.
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome I'm in Hudson Nh .Ronin2 thanks I will check out the state line riders club.
 

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Welcome. ive ridden with Ronin2 in Souther NH, and ive been up north to Pittsburg, cant beat the riding in NH, esp compared to the other states in the area.
 

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Welcome man! I grew up in Londonderry, NH and live in Northern VT now. Hard to find places to ride near there but you should be able to trailer somewhere
 

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Heater, I'm 20 mins north of Concord. Let's do some riding!
 

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That's the same excuse I used to get mine! (Plow and do yard work!) :) I live the next state over from you and we too have a great system of trails. One (the Downeast coastal) is only 2 miles from house and was an old railroad line back in the day. From it, I can connect to just about all the others in the state. I plan to do some camping trips this summer with my quad.
 
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