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Ride the Wilds Video

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This video was taken last week during the Ride the Wilds Grand Opening celebration. Most of the trail shot are near Coleman state park and the Sugar Hill area. It is just a small taste of what is out there to see and a whole different look than you get from a snowmobile. ENJOY




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Nice video.Can't wait to get up there and ride.Just have to find the time.






Dave


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Nice video, some great scenery. I don't own an ATV, but have a couple questions:


1. I assume there is no helmet requirement, since some ppl in the video were wearing a helmet, and some were not.


2. Is there a speed limit on the trails like there is for snowmobiles?


3. Are there places up north where one can rent an ATV?



Thanks!


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No helmet requirement.

There are speed limits. 25mph is about average. Some roads are as slow as 10mph. There is no statewide speed limit.

there are a couple places where you can rent ATVs or UTVs

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I got an interesting question ....

As we pass sleds going the other way we signal

( by number of fingers held up ) saying how many behind us.

Do they do the same on ATV's ?

Rob ....

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Bear Rock Adventures in Stewartstown rents ATV's & UTV's


I believe LL Cotes in Errol also rent's machines


ATV riders usually just wave to one another as they pass, no where near as much traffic .... yet


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They have the CSS safety lights for sleds and they are transferable to your ATV's or UTV s'. I was a supporter of hand signals while sledding, but then I bought the CSS safety lights (for mine & my wife's sleds) . Now I support CSS safety lights because you have way more control of your sled. Safer & Better for you and safer & better for the other riders. Now I just use my hand to wave HI sometimes. Even my riding buddy is getting the CSS light.


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