On the 27th we'll be riding the North Missaukee ATV trail which is much more forgiving than a Single track motorcycle trail. The terrain is a mix of dirt & sand, I would say probably 35% dirt & 65% sand with some really nice hills & berms. We would be leaving from my house in Manton riding 10 miles on a mix of roads to the beginning of the ATV trail (West end) then from there it's about a 35 mile trip out towards Moorestown then 35 back. I usually take a break about every 10 miles & wait multiple times during each 10 miles to make sure everyone has caught up. I don't mind waiting for people I just want everyone to have a great time and be safe (go at your own speed). We would stop 1/2 way & take a lunch break. You don't need plates for this trip but do need the ORV & trail pass though & we can pick those up on the way to the trailhead. The whole trip from my house is about 95 miles and there is gas at the beginning & at the 1/2 way point or where we turn around to come back. Plan is to leave around 1 or 2pm & probably be getting back around dusk depending on break times. On the 28th we will be riding a much longer loop on mostly snowmobile trails / seasonal roads / public roads and all dirt is my goal. I'm still planning this route out so I don't have a total miles yet but my guess would be around 150miles but remember that will be travelling at probably 25 to 50 mph & you will need to be plated for this one. Not sure on the start time yet for this one though I can imagine we will be getting back at dusk so a light would be mandatory. I'm 50 but ride a lot and do trips of these distances on a regular basis. Like I said though I don't mind waiting although would warn you we will be going thru some sandy areas & you would need some skill with that. We don't really have the 29th planned out yet but some options would be, Leetsville ATV, Grand traverse MT, Missaukee Junction ATV or Long lake MT.Anyone else?