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Discussion in 'New Users' started by Davey Jones Tomlinson, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. Hey everyone. My name is Dave, and I am just returning to riding. Haven't been riding in a long time and having just purchased a new dirt bike, I am looking for places ride near/in Snohomish county WA. I'm 27 years old and being from California, have no clue where I can go, and would love to talk with some fellow riders who know where to ride. Thanks.....
     

  2. welcome:
    I'm also from the L.A. area. Carson/Compton/Torrance/Wilmington you get the picture.

    Welcome to the site.
    I don't spend much time in the dirt any more but I think there are a few areas left to ride. walker Vally up North. Shelton down South.
    I think Reader Pit is all but shut down? Lots of forest service roads to be had.

    I'm sure more peeps will chime in soon.
     
  3. Are you lookin to ride track or trail?
     
  4. Welcome. Grab your locker keys from the front desk and get stuck in.

    PeteN95, I believe, knows some good spots. He'll be here at 09:46-10:32 Monday morning.
     
  5. @nsrg500 Thanks man. Good to see a fellow Cali on here with me. But yea, I would love some good forest raods to ride on. I'm stoked to get back out there and enjoy what only two wheels can make you feel.
     
  6. +1
    If you trade or covert your YZ into a street legal bike you'd have so many more options.

    Lots of tree huggers around here systematically shutting down the off road areas.:rant
    If you get a plate on it, you can go anywhere.:evil4:
     
  7. PeteN95

    PeteN95 Moderator Staff Member

    Welcome, sorry I'm late, but here is a good link for local riding spots. Walker Valley, Taneum, and Tahuya are probably the pest local spots for trail riding. There are a lot of forest roads around too, but you need a plate.

    http://www.wohva-map-catalog.org/
     
  8. welcome to the site.im moving back to seattle from riverside, cali this sunday.plenty of places to ride (dirt or street) and way less crowded than california
     
  9. Hello Dave! I would like to suggest that you watch out for bunnies wherever you ride. Those little bastards will bun without notice.
     
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