ATV riding in PA

Re: ATV riding in PA

PostBy: SMITTY On: Wed Jun 03, 2009 11:36 pm

I didn't mind riding there in my younger days, but DAMN those ROCKS!!! :stretcher: :crutch:

My favorite was Savoy........ but we all know what happened to that... :mad: I remember the place was crawling with environmental cops the last time I went there, & they were interviewing everyone that pulled in, asking all kinds of questions. The guy told me, " this will help you guys out" ......... but didn't happen.

Par for the course............... :roll:
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Re: ATV riding in PA

PostBy: efo141 On: Thu Jun 04, 2009 8:20 pm

mr1precision wrote:

Are you talking about Pittsfield? There's some nice riding out there!


Yes, Pittsfield,October Mtn,Beartown and Tolland state forest.
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Re: ATV riding in PA

PostBy: efo141 On: Thu Jun 04, 2009 8:29 pm

SMITTY wrote:I didn't mind riding there in my younger days, but DAMN those ROCKS!!! :stretcher: :crutch:

My favorite was Savoy........ but we all know what happened to that... :mad: I remember the place was crawling with environmental cops the last time I went there, & they were interviewing everyone that pulled in, asking all kinds of questions. The guy told me, " this will help you guys out" ......... but didn't happen.

Par for the course............... :roll:


I know what your talking about with the rocks. What happened to Savoy?
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Re: ATV riding in PA

PostBy: mr1precision On: Thu Jun 04, 2009 8:45 pm

efo141 wrote:Yes, Pittsfield,October Mtn,Beartown and Tolland state forest.

We like Pittsfield the best. We go a couple times a year with the bikes.

What kind of riding do you do?
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Re: ATV riding in PA

PostBy: efo141 On: Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:45 pm

ATV and Snowmobile
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Re: ATV riding in PA

PostBy: SMITTY On: Sat Jun 20, 2009 12:14 pm

efo141 wrote:What happened to Savoy?


Shut down to ALL motorized recreation due to erosion. Now that's something I can't figure out -- how does EROSION way out in the middle of the woods with no houses or businesses for miles, affect anything???

Some tree-hugging hikers started crying. That's what really happened. What do they expect??? Force an entire state to use 4 state forests, & what the F do you think was going to happen??? But of course we unsophisticated off-roaders don't have a say in anything, so they just slam the door in our face. :mad: They just lost my registration fees -- I'll register my machine in a state that's more welcoming -- & DESERVING
of my hard-earned $$$.

I remember riding at Savoy & waving to some hikers ........ they looked at me as if I was raping their daughters!!! WTF is with that???? I'm friendly to everyone -- even people on the other side of the tracks from myself. Why be such an arrogant stuck-up douche??

That's the difference between off-roaders & the rest of the world....
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Re: ATV riding in PA

PostBy: mr1precision On: Sat Jun 20, 2009 12:54 pm

Smitty,
Thats so true! Its funny they give you the STINK EYE when you ride past them those nice trails going through the woods. They have no fricken clue how those trails got there. If it werent for the bikes and quads you wouldnt be able to walk there. :mad:
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