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New to north pole

#1 Post by chance1214 » Wed Dec 03, 2014 4:16 pm

New to area been riding down in the lower 48 my whole life MN,WI,MI,etc.. haven't met really any riders up here yet. Looking for a good group of guys to ride with locally. I live off of badger Rd and have heard of trail heads I can ditch ride badger and hop on. Anyone live off of badger and ride from there houses? Also dose anyone know where I can pick up hard copys of local trail map? Hope to get to know some of you and get some good riding in! :sledwave:


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#2 Post by Badgersam » Sat Dec 06, 2014 6:30 am

Come to Chena Lake parking area at 10 Sunday, first group ride of the season, led by Stoney. BLM has a white mountain map, but this is only my second year here so I do not know of any other maps.

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#3 Post by cleary » Sat Dec 06, 2014 8:26 am

chance1214 wrote:New to area been riding down in the lower 48 my whole life MN,WI,MI,etc.. haven't met really any riders up here yet. Looking for a good group of guys to ride with locally. I live off of badger Rd and have heard of trail heads I can ditch ride badger and hop on. Anyone live off of badger and ride from there houses? Also dose anyone know where I can pick up hard copys of local trail map? Hope to get to know some of you and get some good riding in! :sledwave:
Check the Trails Database on the home page of this website. Don't know where you can get hard copies. You might try Beaver Sports or REI.

Chuck



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#4 Post by chance1214 » Tue Dec 09, 2014 11:33 am

Awesome I appreciate the info! Sunday as in the 7th, or 14?


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#5 Post by cleary » Wed Dec 10, 2014 12:03 am

chance1214 wrote:New to area been riding down in the lower 48 my whole life MN,WI,MI,etc.. haven't met really any riders up here yet. Looking for a good group of guys to ride with locally. I live off of badger Rd and have heard of trail heads I can ditch ride badger and hop on. Anyone live off of badger and ride from there houses? Also dose anyone know where I can pick up hard copys of local trail map? Hope to get to know some of you and get some good riding in! :sledwave:
Just thought of this, a good place to start: The Fairbanks Alaska Public Lands Information Center 101 Dunkel Street

http://www.alaskacenters.gov/fairbanks.cfm

Chuck



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