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  1. toddszr600

    toddszr600 ODSC-ADV Member

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    we usually take off for the American long weekend with some of our US friends, last year was NY PA etc, but circumstances this year dictate that we stay closer to home, so we thought we,d do something a little different for us and explore the Creemore, hockley etc, area for a couple days. Maybe staying Collingwood, Eugenia area with some Beaver valley thrown in before we work our way back south through Saugeen Maitland area.

    Soooo any advice, tips, gps tracks etc would be great, dirt and mud are very welcome:)

    I have some old tracks , one called Mono Mills, another called Creemore fall tour and Ive rode around Creemore and Hockley a bit separately, but I tend to forget stuff, like where is the missing bridge outside Creemore? 1st line?

    Anyway any help would be appreciated, pm gps file if needed, but Im open to anything.

    Cheers, Todd
  2. XRL GEE

    XRL GEE Limited User

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    Im around the area and know good trails if you want to meet up
  3. DualSport

    DualSport Ride Organizer

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    Check your Inbox :)

    Bob
  4. toddszr600

    toddszr600 ODSC-ADV Member

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    Thanks guys, I,ll let you know when we are in the area XRL
  5. ktmpilot

    ktmpilot Limited User

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    Hi Bob - any chance for some advice on routes - I have an SMC with 17's and though they have knobs they aren't knobbies so it can be hard to keep up if I join a group but I'm looking for some areas to explore - any advice?

    Mike