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Hi all, just wondering if theres anywhere i can take my little fronty offroading today?
Dont want any serious madness (road tyres and standard height)
Any help would be appreciated.
Where about's are you ?
i hate having Dyslexia
Stick that in your profile, it will savequestions next time.
We'd generally advise against laning on your own in case you get stuck or hurt.
There may be places to go round your area where there's people around to assist, and you could come along to our event at Maidstone next month to have a bash.
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Cool sounds like a plan, I did find a place called "devils pit" if my memory serves me right, they are open next weekend I think, might have a little look. I'd be interested in coming out with some people from here though!!
As Box says, Devils Pit (A6 top side of Luton) eats trucks especially unprepared road going vehicles, it's clay and water. This time of year Special teacks have issue getting grip. Go and have a look if you like but leave your car in the carpark.
Also what lanes are still open will be extremely wet therefore suggest you don't go alone because you'll need someone to pull you out
Remember, keep the greasy side down!
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