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Hey everyone just wanted to see who lives in Nashville. Ive seen alot of Broncos while Ive been driving mine around here and was wondering if any of the owners were members here. Im also looking for some good spots to go trail rideing around here.
 

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I just moved (back) down to the Nashville area - about 30 miles North & East.

Can't offer much in the way of wheeling spots, though ... yet, anyway.
 

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I'm in Smyrna, work in Nashville.

You can wheel at www.wheelininthecountry.com and at www.woolysoffroad.com

I think you used to be able to wheel at LBL, but I haven't heard much about it in a few years. Since I sold my wheelin rig I don't keep up with it as I used to.

Welcome to FSB.
 

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Ain't that the truth. I went through franklin the other day and I swear, buildings pop up overnight.
 

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Yea that is true when I was a little kid there was around 200 acres in front of my grandmas 10 acres, Now its being turned into houses
 

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Farms grow houses here, not crops. :itsatrap
 

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Is it legal to go riding around those powerlines? I find stolen cars all around the land near my grandmas but they have been there a long time. My familly has 200 acres in Cookville (if thats how you spell it lol) but its too far of a drive for me to go alone as Im only 16.
 

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back in the day if you saw a dirt road you took it...if you saw a gate you turned around (unless you know the land owner then if you open a gate you made sure the gate was closed) where in Nashville are you?
 

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Im in hermitage, Ive just gone trail riding and mudding back in woods before they tore them down to build houses but I really dont want to get tickets. I know I tone of places I can go where the landowners dont really go out to the land but I like to be considerate of others land, I feel for them since we run people off of ours all the time. I can go riding in some feilds near my house legally beacuase I know the owner but its just feilds so not to much fun.
 

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Powerlines are illegal. I found that out when I was a youngun with my dirtbike. :duh

109 area has grown quite a bit too in the last couple years with bridgestone out there and dell. I only know of the places I listed above as being legal. everything else as far as I know is private property and should be left alone. You used to be able to ride around at Cedars of Lebanon, but not anymore since people were ditching stolen cars and trash out there.

Dumbasses can ruin it all for us.:cry
 

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Dang that sucks, Well time to make freinds with some land owners lol. Thats what we did with the guy that owns feilds near me. We went to his house said if you let us drive around and trail ride we will watch and take care of the land and make sure noone who isnt alowed go back there. He even let us fix up a cabin back there
 

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I grew up in Donelson, used to cruise Hermitage back in the day. Theres always Turkey Bay up at LBL, try to find some local wheelers and see where they go. Sometimes someone has some private land that they will allow you to use. We used to wheel on the back side of the airport (knew the land owner) it used to piss off the airport Police, but we never went on airport property. May not be a good idea after 9/11....

Where are the guys from Trucks and Extreme 4x wheeling at...private property or an area around Franklin.
 
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