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wildmoow off roading venue

Postby richardshall on Thu Nov 04, 2010 1:03 am

I have found a place in wildmoor and wondered if anyone else had been there :D . Not sure how much it is to get on there, as far as i know its an old sand quarry
and it looks good when o looked at it on google earth :dance:
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Re: wildmoow off roading venue

Postby big red fronty on Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:17 am

used to practice there on my moto-x'er :D . it is an old sand quarry and they changed it regulaly. prob i found was the sand gets everywhere and does wreck brakes.
never been in a 4x4 though :wink:
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Re: wildmoow off roading venue

Postby richardshall on Thu Nov 04, 2010 2:47 pm

i think its open to 4x4's.. its on the pay & play website. It would help if i had spelled it properly as well lol. it was meant to say WILDMOOR. :shock:
it looks like a good track from the pics on google earth, might try it soon :wink:
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