Hey Group,That's some good Intel. I was in Pittsburgh and Colebrook and the riding was great, but the trail marking and maps (or lack there of) could still use some work. I just chalked it up to being only a couple of years since it took off and there is a lot of ground to cover. The GPS app I got before I went saved my ass! I think it is a great thing and all the local business owners I talked to up there said it has had a tremendous positive impact on the summer economy up there. I wish the rest of the state would follow suit by allowing some road riding to get to trails and services. I found one gate I couldn't fit through and a couple that were a tight squeeze, but all in all I thought it was some perfect Maverick riding country!
I am brand new to the forum and a new Maverick owner. I have been doing research about riding SxSs in upper NH and my research brought me to this forum. You guys have been a wealth of information. I am planning a ride with some friends in Coos County. I am very concerned about gates thinner than 64 inches. I also hear that all the trails close at the end of September. Is this true? Also, do they enforce the "No trail bikes" rule?