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Big thumbs up to everyone on here from another Honda owner. Had several over the last 25+ yrs and have yet to had a lemon. Nobody's 100% perfect, but Honda is the closest in my book. More reliable than anything else I've ever owned. Sorry guys, I'm not into DEEP water or mud, but hey, that's just me and I'm all for the guys who can afford it, and it's a hoot to watch somebody else! I prefer the old log roads trail and woods riding myself with just enough rough stuff to leave a showing that you've been somewhere. Don't travel to far off places to ride, but no problem since I'm fortunate to have many miles of just what I like right in my backyard, so no travel really necessary. Wish more folks would list where they are located in their profile. Would be great if some folks out there were close enough to my area to either join me and the guys I work with on a ride some sat. and/or invite us to their favorite riding spot. Looking forward to this year with the new rides we got. Looks like it's going to be a really good one. As time goes on, I'll try my best to post some pics of us on some of our outings. Spring is around the corner, can't wait to get started. Later guys..........(oops......and gals)
 

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Welcome to the site. Honda always has been and always will be #1 in my book too.
 

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Welcome Atwood203,
My son-in-law is transfering to Fort Rucker next month. That's just outside of Ozark. We will be making that trip every Month. How far are you from there?
I love to ride in the mud but nothing beats trail riding in the woods.
 

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Randy, are you talkin' about Jody transferrin' up to Alabama? If so, why?
 

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Welcome!
 

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QUOTE ("randysrubi":3eu1zl5d)
Welcome Atwood203,
My son-in-law is transfering to Fort Rucker next month. That's just outside of Ozark. We will be making that trip every Month. How far are you from there?
I love to ride in the mud but nothing beats trail riding in the woods.
Have I got some folks scratching their heads? Good reason I guess since not every map has Atwood on it. It's actually a community, but just driving through, you'd never notice it. I'm in Franklin county in the NW corner of the state. If you get a map and find St. Hwy. 172, and mark the halfway point between the towns of Vina and Hodges, that's it. About an hour's drive from either the Tupelo MS or the Florence, Muscle Shoals AL area. Besides all the horsetrail and atv riding here, there's three creeks nearby that have been impounded so we have great fishing and camping as well. It's suprising how few people from outside this area don't know what all is around here, but then again I'm sure that's true for a lot of places in the US.
 

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Hello

Welcome to the site. I my self live in Vidor, TX. We have alot of riding around this area. We have a riding club called Offroad Addiction " Going deep aint Cheap". There is about 25 people in our group and we love to go deep, and Honda is the only way to go. Again welcome
 

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One more thing

Oh, by the way, I forgot to mention that if you look on the map of my area (especially an older one) you'll notice that a railroad runs along near the hwy. It's the old Illinois Central Gulf railway that used to run from Corinth MS to Haleyville AL. Well, it got to the point it wasn't used much anymore and fell into bad shape. The railway quit using it about 15 yrs ago and part of it was bought privately to use (the section from Red Bay AL to Corinth MS). From Red Bay to Haleyville, the rails and cross ties have been taken up, but the gravel bed is still there. All the bridges and overpasses have been taken out and very few land owners have bought the railroad right of way that joined their property, so there's several miles of good atv riding on that as well. From my house, I can go 5 miles in either direction without having to stop. If you want to go longer distances, then you have to get off in certain areas, but it's usually just a short cut around and you're back on the old rail bed.
 
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