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Is there a new section to frank reins that will be opening soon? I read in a different thread that was wondering when it will open, whats the 411 on this?

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Give the Stanislaus County Parks dept. a call and find out;

209-525-6750

Ride on

Brewster

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my buddies rode there last weekend and said the new area was open.I will call him tomorrow to be 100% sure.he said they rode so far they came up to some houses and turned back.

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my buddies rode there last weekend and said the new area was open.I will call him tomorrow to be 100% sure.he said they rode so far they came up to some houses and turned back.

The area you are talking about is back toward Hwy 5, and it is PRIVATE PROPERTY owned by Los Gatos Motorcycle Club. Please be respectful and don't trespass. :thumbsup:

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so whats the deal, its private property or it isn't? Is there an expansion planned?

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The area you are talking about is back toward Hwy 5, and it is PRIVATE PROPERTY owned by Los Gatos Motorcycle Club. Please be respectful and don't trespass. :thumbsup:

I will pass the info on.I myself do not ride there.They did double back when they came upon the houses.

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I called the number brewster gave and got some interesting info.she told me there is only 500 acres available for ohv use out of the 1500 provided.there is no new area and she also told me that they are trying to give the park to the state.it is currently run by the county.

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frank rains has no new riding areas to ride. If you leave the boundrys of the park you are trespassing on private land.

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...they are trying to give the park to the state.it is currently run by the county.

They should do something ground breaking like give it to the riders.

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Frank Raines has not expanded. It is a very small riding area and the boudaries are very easy to find. It is the riders responsibility to stay within the boundaries at any riding area. There is private property that boarders the riding area on the East side of the park. The person who owns this property is not very happy with Frank Raines users trespassing on to his property and will prosecute trespassers. Due east of that property there is property owned by Los Gatos Motorcycle Club of which I am a member. If trespassers are found on the Los Gatos Motorcycle Club property they will be escorted to Del Puerto Canyon Road where the only choice is to ride back to Frank Raines on the Public Road. Please be respectful to park boundaries and private property. It is our responsibility as dirt bikers to do this if we want to continue having areas like Frank Raines to use.

Tim Edwards-Vice President Los Gatos Motorcycle Club

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Frank Raines has not expanded. It is a very small riding area and the boudaries are very easy to find. It is the riders responsibility to stay within the boundaries at any riding area. There is private property that boarders the riding area on the East side of the park. The person who owns this property is not very happy with Frank Raines users trespassing on to his property and will prosecute trespassers. Due east of that property there is property owned by Los Gatos Motorcycle Club of which I am a member. If trespassers are found on the Los Gatos Motorcycle Club property they will be escorted to Del Puerto Canyon Road where the only choice is to ride back to Frank Raines on the Public Road. Please be respectful to park boundaries and private property. It is our responsibility as dirt bikers to do this if we want to continue having areas like Frank Raines to use.

Tim Edwards-Vice President Los Gatos Motorcycle Club

Welcome to ThumperTalk TIM :thumbsup:

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I was there last weekend and the upper gate was unlocked & opened...found some new areas to play in , all with in the fence line... I had heard some place that 900acers was to be opened this year ? Saw the private area, sweet new trails, tho the haven't been there to long ??

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The riding at Frank Raines (not Reins) has been epic this year. This place does not have an ounce of clay in the soil and even on the muddiest days, practically nothing sticks to your bike (unlike neighboring Carnegie, go figure). I too am an LGMC member and would like to add a little info about the park, and our private riding area. We are currently in the process of improving the land, cutting trails, and establishing relations with our resident neighbors. We do plan to have open-house events as well as invitational events in the future, but need to keep low key for now as we are just starting to sort out several issues and trying not to upset the neighbors who already look at us unfavorably. We look forward to having guests come out and ride with us in the future, but for the time being, we need to keep access restricted. to learn more about us, see losgatosmotorcycleclub.org

thanks,

Dan

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The riding at Frank Raines (not Reins) has been epic this year. This place does not have an ounce of clay in the soil and even on the muddiest days, practically nothing sticks to your bike (unlike neighboring Carnegie, go figure). I too am an LGMC member and would like to add a little info about the park, and our private riding area. We are currently in the process of improving the land, cutting trails, and establishing relations with our resident neighbors. We do plan to have open-house events as well as invitational events in the future, but need to keep low key for now as we are just starting to sort out several issues and trying not to upset the neighbors who already look at us unfavorably. We look forward to having guests come out and ride with us in the future, but for the time being, we need to keep access restricted. to learn more about us, see losgatosmotorcycleclub.org

thanks,

Dan

Welcome to ThumperTalk Dan. :thumbsup:

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