Well if you’re close enough then don’t forget Tennessee. We’ve got some pretty great places. Royal Blue, Sundquist, Brinstone, Windrock, and more. Those are the major ones though. I’ve ridden them all multiple times and each one has a little something different to offer. Im partialI'll be moving to the middle of sc and am looking for info on the riding options. I'm moving from the Phoenix area and am spoiled as the riding here is great. My machine is a 2020 talon r.
I do not but there are probably thousands of UTV/ATV riders in the area. WV allows UTV/ATVs to be registered and driven on secondary highways and streets and some of the old small coal mining communities out to the west encourage riders to come off the trails and drive into their towns to use lodging, restaurants, gas station-convenience stores. I drive my Pioneer on the secondary highways out in that area some times and have seen hordes of mud covered buggies and riders assembled in gas stations on weekends. I don't know if they are official clubs or just groups of buddies riding but you could probably simply show up and join them. Check the small towns close to the H&MTs.Sounds good , I've seen u tube shots of this .Do you know of ny sxs clubs ?
WV was the same prior to the legislature passing and the gov signing the bill allowing ATV registration. I think less than half of ATVs I see on the roads are legal but LEO ignore them.This is what is nice about Az. You can ride on same roads as all other vehicles . You need horn, license plate light, headlights, breaklights, current plate tags , and DOT tires. If I'm only going 5-6 miles on roads I will ride thru town to mountains, or trails. I have never been stopped by cops. I'll miss this convenience.
A great place to ride in SC is Carolina Adventure World. Lots of trails and many are one-way.I'll be moving to the middle of sc and am looking for info on the riding options. I'm moving from the Phoenix area and am spoiled as the riding here is great. My machine is a 2020 talon r.