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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-10-2008, 10:19 PM Thread Starter
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OUTLAW ATV Jamboree

Anyone going to head up to the Springerville Sept. 2nd-5th?
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This might be what he is talking about.

The Official Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Web Site
I have never been but hear it is alot of fun. They do rodeo's, sled pulls etc. From what I have read some of the trails are limited to quads due to width restrictions.

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Oh this is by Greer, have some friends with a cabin up there. Cannot speak for this specific area, however, if it is anything like Greer, it is some incredible scenery.

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Anyhow, the site has all the width restrictions and looking at it, there are a ton of available rides for side x sides. I am really thinking of possibly making it out there for the event.

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This might be what he is talking about.

The Official Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Web Site
I have never been but hear it is alot of fun. They do rodeo's, sled pulls etc. From what I have read some of the trails are limited to quads due to width restrictions.
Thanks for posting up the link,This event is a big deal up there.The town allows you to ride the streets during the event week as long as you have a drivers license. There are plenty of trails for SXS's. I am trying to make it up there this year.
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Thanks for posting up the link,This event is a big deal up there.The town allows you to ride the streets during the event week as long as you have a drivers license. There are plenty of trails for SXS's. I am trying to make it up there this year.
So have you ever been up there? I am really considering participating in this. I know the area, and it is VERY nice!

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I spend alot of time up there,My folks have a Ranch up there and I turn my horses out on there property for the Summer . This will be the first year that I would be participating in the Jamboree...
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We have some friends that have attended several times. This year they are going up for a month but not necessarily participating in the rally due to the fact they already know allot of the trails in the area. We are thinking about trying to make it up there for a week to do some trail riding. I have read all the trail descriptions and it sounds like they are going to be putting on some nice rides. The only drawback I can see is that for some of the rides your machine must be trailerd to a staging area.
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There are plenty of places to camp on Pat Knoll which is about 20 minutes by Rhino to the Rodeo grounds were they stage the Jamboree.I am going to just do the trails myself and go and watch some of the evening activities at the Rodeo grounds.
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