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Hello from Chenango Bridge
04-13-2017, 07:20 AM
Post: #1
Hello from Chenango Bridge
Hey everyone. I just purchased my first Jeep. I'm in Chenango Bridge. I'm looking to get out and about. I just came across the STORC club and would love to head up to Broome Tioga for some of the "easier" trails. I'm not ready to try anything difficult yet, but would love somewhere to go. I'm not familiar with any of this (off-roading trails). Where are some good places to go in our local area that a stock could handle? Also locations are legal to be on, lol.

Thanks and nice to meet everyone.


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04-13-2017, 03:15 PM
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RE: Hello from Chenango Bridge
Welcome!

If you want to get it dirty ,we can certainly accomplish that! Broome-Tioga is a lot of fun ...

Pretty much everything in NY is illegal. Unless it's private land that you have permission to use, it's illegal. Usually seasonal highways are legal (I use google maps - if it's on that, it is probably legal), but venturing off of it or ending up on one when it is a snowmobile trail is not.

Next weekend Twisted Axles is hosting a highway cleanup / wheeling afternoon on some moderate trails. It starts in Brewerton for the highway cleanup. The wheeling spot is TBD, but it will be slightly more north.

May be a bit of a drive, though.

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04-14-2017, 11:49 AM
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RE: Hello from Chenango Bridge
welcome to the club, i once went on a ride down that way and we rode on some nys truck trails; there were basically seasonal roads that haven't seen any maintenance in a while. Depending on what your experience is, the seasonal roads through the state forests can be a lot of fun, especially in the spring but you may not need 4wd. Be cautious in these areas though, the nasty mud puddle off the side of the road may look inviting but i am sure the dec officer patrolling the area would not be happy to find you in there.

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04-14-2017, 07:59 PM
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RE: Hello from Chenango Bridge
welcome. Love the color.
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04-17-2017, 07:43 AM
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RE: Hello from Chenango Bridge
(04-14-2017 07:59 PM)Burban Wrote:  welcome. Love the color.

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(04-14-2017 11:49 AM)Pat_R Wrote:  welcome to the club, i once went on a ride down that way and we rode on some nys truck trails; there were basically seasonal roads that haven't seen any maintenance in a while. Depending on what your experience is, the seasonal roads through the state forests can be a lot of fun, especially in the spring but you may not need 4wd. Be cautious in these areas though, the nasty mud puddle off the side of the road may look inviting but i am sure the dec officer patrolling the area would not be happy to find you in there.

Thanks, I've thought about hitting the DEC seasonal roads.
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04-18-2017, 11:09 AM
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RE: Hello from Chenango Bridge
Welcome to the forum!

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04-18-2017, 03:29 PM
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Welcome. If you are completely new to 4 wheeling I highly suggest you meet up with some members that can help coach you on the trails. Doing this will let you meet some great people. You'll have someone there to help you if you get stuck. You will also learn quite a bit too.

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04-18-2017, 08:07 PM
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(04-18-2017 03:29 PM)AlvarezMetalWorks Wrote:  Welcome. If you are completely new to 4 wheeling I highly suggest you meet up with some members that can help coach you on the trails. Doing this will let you meet some great people. You'll have someone there to help you if you get stuck. You will also learn quite a bit too.

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04-20-2017, 11:20 PM
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RE: Hello from Chenango Bridge
Welcome, nice rig! You found the right place to do all the wheeling u can handle. This guy's are a very cool bunch. Like most of the guys already said there is not a lot of options when it comes to wheelin around here. But BT is a ton of fun, I'm getting my cruiser ready for the wheelin season so I hope to see ya out there.
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04-24-2017, 09:57 PM
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Welcome

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