wharton state forest NJ riding

is wharton state forest in pine barrons nj legal for dual purpose bikes and how far from GW bridge

Not sure how far from the GW bridge (use Batso NJ in mapquest to get an idea)

But you can ride there with a plated bike. plated means not just enduro legal but a Dual sport conversion. if you live in NJ you must have a NJ inspection. if you live in another state is is a good ideal to have that's state inspection but one state cannot enforce another state's inspection requirements.

There are alot of folks on advrider.com that ride there every weekend. there is and awsome ride happening this weekend (the Pine Barrons 300).

If you want some one to show you around post here or over on advrider and you will get an invite. but agian make sure you are 100% legal!!!!!!!!

Legal meaning quiet exhaust w/ spark arrester, the rangers hear a loud bike and they take notice real quick.

You need a street legal bike to ride in Wharton. This includes insurance, license, registration, and inspection sticker. Oh and don't forget the QUIET EXHAUST!

if you live in another state is is a good ideal to have that's state inspection but one state cannot enforce another state's inspection requirements.

FYI, not entirely true. my buddy had his NJ plated KDX on an organized dual sport ride in NY and got a ticket for failure to inspect. Especailly since the NJ plates say on them "Inspection sticker goes here"

It is about a 1 1/2 hours off the Gw.Bike needs to be fully street legal and quiet.Good riding bring some carrots and apples for the horses if you park at the memorial

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