where are you riding off-road?

I see bikes all around Vt (Usually dirty and on trailers) and I can't seem to find out where everybody is riding. I live in Waterbury kind of centrally located up north but I end up going to Mass. to ride Savoy Mt. State park 2 1/2 hrs away. I don't want to poach VAST Trails and screw it up for everyone. I have not been able to find any info from the local bike shops usually its "We heard about a friends/cousins/uncles private land that we heard a couple of guys ride on... - or I don't know...." but I'm not from here and I don't know these guys or they me so I am SOL. I know about a few dual-sport road legal rides but I have a DRZ400E non street legal.(Hello-? Baja Designs...) and my Bikes too big and I am too old for MX tracks although my son and his XR 50 would like it!

I'm not trying to get the "goods" just a bit of local riding.

any info would be appreciated-

Go see Ray at Atwoods Cycle in Bolton. He should be able to help you get your bike street legal.

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