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PostSubject: Highland park and moto mountain    Wed Oct 26, 2011 11:26 am

We weren't able to make it to coal creek for the jam, but we did get to ride this weekend. We went to moto mountain in Jasper ga. On Saturday. We had a good time. We rode at highland park in Cedartown ga on Sunday. Had a good time there also. If you like riding fast and mild jumps you will like either one of these places. I think they both have around 75 miles of trails but at least half of them are single track. So if you on an atv you will ride the same trails a few times in a day. But they are fun trails. The trails are all one way so you can go wide open if you want. Highland park is only ten minutes from my house. The kids loved it so we will definitely be going back.
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