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I would like to share some spots Near Bradford Ontario that people can go for some quick runs. They are in a variety of places which makes for some fun times.

 

The first one I call, behind the Danube Center. You enter from the 6th line east of Simcoe.

 

http://maps.google.ca/?ie=UTF8&ll=44.098766,-79.562806&spn=0.005678,0.013937&t=h&z=17

 

The second is a short run but makes for a great way to go from the dead end of 6th line to the Husky station. It has got me out of bad traffic many times. You can enter from 6th line west of 10th sdrd or from the parking lot of the Husky station.

 

http://maps.google.ca/?ie=UTF8&ll=44.09227,-79.619014&spn=0.011358,0.027874&t=h&z=16

 

 

This third one is a childhood favorite. The Simcoe County forest. You can enter from the dead end of the 12th from 10th sdrd or from 11th line right by the bridge of 400. It had many many trails with a broad range of difficulties. In the winter, a winch will be necessary to exit or enter from the 12th. Summer is nice. The run that is right next to the 400 gets really muddy. Be careful. MSG me if you get stuck and need a tow out...

http://maps.google.ca/?ie=UTF8&ll=44.153745,-79.635193&spn=0.011346,0.027874&t=h&z=16

 

This last one is very very special. I have only been there once. It is a use at own risk road. It is completely legal to go here, but there are some hidden sink holes that are quite deep. Stay to the north side of the road and take it easy. Enter from the 14th line west of 10th sdrd. Just try to take the road to the end.

http://maps.google.ca/?ie=UTF8&ll=44.18829,-79.636567&spn=0.00567,0.013937&t=h&z=17

 

 

All spots are for informational purposes only... :sly:

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I would like to share some spots Near Bradford Ontario that people can go for some quick runs. They are in a variety of places which makes for some fun times.

 

This third one is a childhood favorite. The Simcoe County forest. You can enter from the dead end of the 12th from 10th sdrd or from 11th line right by the bridge of 400. It had many many trails with a broad range of difficulties. In the winter, a winch will be necessary to exit or enter from the 12th. Summer is nice. The run that is right next to the 400 gets really muddy. Be careful. MSG me if you get stuck and need a tow out...

http://maps.google.ca/?ie=UTF8&ll=44.153745,-79.635193&spn=0.011346,0.027874&t=h&z=16

 

This last one is very very special. I have only been there once. It is a use at own risk road. It is completely legal to go here, but there are some hidden sink holes that are quite deep. Stay to the north side of the road and take it easy. Enter from the 14th line west of 10th sdrd. Just try to take the road to the end.

http://maps.google.ca/?ie=UTF8&ll=44.18829,-79.636567&spn=0.00567,0.013937&t=h&z=17

 

 

All spots are for informational purposes only... :sly:

 

Thanks for posting these James! I've wheeled through #3 quite often (Simcoe County Forest). It's short, but always nice and muddy in the summer. We should tackle the 'very very, special' trail sometime this Spring.

 

Mike (P.S. don't forget to send me a few of those caps for my window trim when you have some time)

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Thanks for posting these James! I've wheeled through #3 quite often (Simcoe County Forest). It's short, but always nice and muddy in the summer. We should tackle the 'very very, special' trail sometime this Spring.

 

Mike (P.S. don't forget to send me a few of those caps for my window trim when you have some time)

Sorry about the caps. I keep forgeting. I have a pile of them to send you. I am in the middle of selling my home. I will try to get them out to you this week.

 

I am planning on making a new front bumper to mount my winch behind. Then we will be ready for the special trail! Should be fun.

 

James

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