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Trails for Prerunners. Where are they and how close to the east valley? Thank in advance.
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Uhm, the 101, 202, 51, and a few others Seriously, any dirt roads should be fine. Mose wheeling areas have dirt roads you can play on. You could out to FJ and play around out there too. Make sure you take someone who has a 4x4.

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If you are looking for roads with some whoops, look no further than lower Sycamore.
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Dude, go buy a map book, or atlas, or gazetteer (sp?) at any Wal Mart or book store and look for the stuff that's labled "FR" followed by a #. The FR stands for Fire Road and is great for a pre-runner. If you want something a little more adventurous, find your way out to Sycamore Creek, Butcher Jones, 4-Peaks, or Florence Junction area. Make sure to stay on existing roads/trails and get a permit for State Trust Lands.

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I can show you some fun stuff that's prerunner friendly!

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Dude, go buy a map book, or atlas, or gazetteer (sp?) at any Wal Mart or book store and look for the stuff that's labled "FR" followed by a #. The FR stands for Fire Road and is great for a pre-runner. If you want something a little more adventurous, find your way out to Sycamore Creek, Butcher Jones, 4-Peaks, or Florence Junction area. Make sure to stay on existing roads/trails and get a permit for State Trust Lands.
x2..... but dosn't "FR" stand for Forest Road?

Either way, there shouldn't be any directions to trails on here.....

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Flat ground doesn't count...
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I'm not so good at the flat ground stuff!

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Just outline where your tires should go with your hands, then punch it and hope that you don't end up too far off course.

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x2..... but dosn't "FR" stand for Forest Road?

Either way, there shouldn't be any directions to trails on here.....
Sorry Sy, you are correct they are Forest Roads. I'm just used to calling them fire roads.

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I'm not so good at the flat ground stuff!
Yeah, like I should say anything anyhow, what with my extensive crawling skills...
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Yeah, like I should say anything anyhow, what with my extensive crawling skills...
You're still alright in my book cause you know your way around a jackstand!

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I'm not so good at the flat ground stuff!
Eric needs varied terrain to stabilize him during high speed turns. It's sort of like a trick shot off the bumpers...
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