Does anyone do the east coast meets anymore? ive not seen much activity out this way, mostly all in Cali/reno/Az area recently. do people meet anywhere from Carolinas to PA area for trails in the mountains out that way?
Not really too much in the way of mountain trails that I would consider wheeling trails, at least not what I know of. I know some of my Xterra friends go to Bald Eagle State Park occasionally. I'm always up for a trip to Rausch Creek.
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There are a few in PA (Rausch Creek) and several in NoVa (can't remember the names off the top of my head). They are really nice. I personally have been to Rausch Creek (not for a meet; just with a few buddies) and really enjoy it. Not too many out here, but there are a handful.
Check out thenewx.org, they always organize really cool meets. Obviously that is an X community, but they don't mind if Frontier's tag along!
There was recently ECXC (East Coast Xterra Challenge?) but I heard things about it, that Frontier's were not allowed or something. Can't remember. Usually Frontier's are welcome.
Left me know when your coming, I'm definitely down!!
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Let me know as well!
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Though it is a haul for you guys, I am a 4 hour drive from Uwharrie National Park, NC. If you are running about 2.5" of lift and 33" tires it is doable. There are a few trails to stay off of, but other than that it is a lot of fun and challenging for that kind of set up. I am always looking for a buddy to hit the trails with, unfortunately do to my work schedule, it is hard for me to go any further.
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