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Hey i am new to this site and was wondering how many people on this site are from alabama. I am just south of Birmingham. So if there are any guys here from AL i could always use another place to ride.
 

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Athens,Al here..About 15 mins from cullman.
 

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I live in Northwest, Alabama close to muscle shoals. If your looking for a good place to ride you need to try Wilborns atv trails in Hanceville. Ive been a few times and it is a great place to ride. They have buggy hill climbs, mud bogs, and all kind of cool stuff. Im not sure how many acres it is but its a lot. I think the next big ride is supposed to be March 14th. Thats when the buggys and all the cool stuff will be there. And very nice people that run it.
 

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How much does it cost to go just to ride for a day? Me and some friends are always looking for places to ride, however none of us can go often enough to warrant buying a season membership for $240.
 

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Riverside here, 35 miles east of Birmingham, just off I-20. I rode Manooka last saturday. Near here we have Coosa River Annex (Brecon) at Talladega. This is an old army base, approx. 2800 acres. A great place to ride, all types of terrain, no rules and it's free. Also a good place is Kentuck at Oxford, just south of I-20. This is a really good place to ride. It's in Talladega National Forest. Trails are approximately 27 miles and made for 4 wheelers. A few rules but a fun and beautiful ride for only $5. They are open April-December the best I remember. You can Google Cheaha Trail Riders for info. on both of these places.

You say you are from Jemison, do you know Jim Ellison? Probably in his mid to late 60's by now.
 

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QUOTE (Mitchell @ Feb 28 2009, 05:20 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=122590
Riverside here, 35 miles east of Birmingham, just off I-20. I rode Manooka last saturday. Near here we have Coosa River Annex (Brecon) at Talladega. This is an old army base, approx. 2800 acres. A great place to ride, all types of terrain, no rules and it's free. Also a good place is Kentuck at Oxford, just south of I-20. This is a really good place to ride. It's in Talladega National Forest. Trails are approximately 27 miles and made for 4 wheelers. A few rules but a fun and beautiful ride for only $5. They are open April-December the best I remember. You can Google Cheaha Trail Riders for info. on both of these places.

You say you are from Jemison, do you know Jim Ellison? Probably in his mid to late 60's by now.

I live in Jacksonville.. I really enjoy riding at Brecon. Did you hear about the plans for the place??

http://www.dailyhome.com/news/2009/dh-tall...r-9a30v5432.htm
 

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huntsville here ........ always looking for new places to ride also.

wilborn is a very good place to ride though.
 

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Southside here, just outside of Gadsden. Just got my ATV a few weeks ago. Mainly have been riding the local power lines but I have went to Kentuck in Oxford and it is great. I'm going to windrock in TN at the end of Dec. Have heard it is real nice and cant wait. Here is a good site to find ATV trails in Alabama.

http://www.atvtrails.org/Trailsx.html
 

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QUOTE (mlight68 @ Dec 7 2009, 02:37 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=139966
Southside here, just outside of Gadsden. Just got my ATV a few weeks ago. Mainly have been riding the local power lines but I have went to Kentuck in Oxford and it is great. I'm going to windrock in TN at the end of Dec. Have heard it is real nice and cant wait. Here is a good site to find ATV trails in Alabama.

http://www.atvtrails.org/Trailsx.html
well during the week i live in tuscaloosa for college but on the weekends im in jemison, al
 

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