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mooress

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Question(Taskers gap)

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Im in Richmond and Im thinking of heading up to checkout taskers gap for the day this upcomming sunday .But just how sport atv friendly is this area and would it be worth the 3 hour drive to spend a day there? i have never been and any information would be Great

Thanks in advance

Donnie

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I have been up there, live outside of Charlottesville, I found it too rocky but since think I missed most of the better ridding trails. I own a 400ex so rocks don't mix well for me. Share any experiences or any other places around to ride - I'd be happy to do the same.

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