5th Annual 70 Series Meet & Greet

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Hello fans and owners of the 70 Series. We'll be having our 5th (can you believe it?!) annual meet up at Windrock Park outside Oliver Springs, TN on the weekend of September 26th. The 26th and 29th will be designated travel days with wheeling or trail riding on Friday and Saturday. You don't need to own a 70 Series to attend.
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Although this event is still 3 months away, now is a good time to ........
1). Get your wife's permission to attend. (on second thought, this is a family friendly event so bring the wife and kids)
2). Get your bosses permission to attend. (I assume you don't want to bring your boss)
3). If you plan to stay in one of the area hotels go ahead and make a reservation. (Windrock is very popular and the local hotels have a tendency to book up. Same with the on sight cabins)
4). Spread the word. (You may know a 70 Series owner who isn't active on 'MUD)
 

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Although this event is still 3 months away, now is a good time to ........
1). Get your wife's permission to attend. (on second thought, this is a family friendly event so bring the wife and kids)
2). Get your bosses permission to attend. (I assume you don't want to bring your boss)
3). If you plan to stay in one of the area hotels go ahead and make a reservation. (Windrock is very popular and the local hotels have a tendency to book up. Same with the on sight cabins)
4). Spread the word. (You may know a 70 Series owner who isn't active on 'MUD)
Maybe next year????
 
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I've been there for GSMTR and the acres is like 800,000 acres with some great trails. Camping area for tents is pretty decent. Their air station sucks and eats quarters like crazy. So keep that in mind when you are ready to leave. Many trails require some road miles to get to trail heads. But it's still a sweet spot and the local clubs guys are cool!
 

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I've been there for GSMTR and the acres is like 800,000 acres with some great trails. Camping area for tents is pretty decent. Their air station sucks and eats quarters like crazy. So keep that in mind when you are ready to leave. Many trails require some road miles to get to trail heads. But it's still a sweet spot and the local clubs guys are cool!
There are definitely trails for every experience level from "scenic" to challenging.
 
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