BEASLEY KNOB

Discussion in 'GA- Georgia Cruisers' started by SHERMAN FJ62, Dec 8, 2017.

  1. SHERMAN FJ62

    SHERMAN FJ62 Charlestons' King of Cruisers

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    GENTLEMEN,

    I HAVE BEEN IN THE NATIONAL FOREST AROUND THE OHV TRAIL BUT NEVER TO THE OHV TRAIL. ARE THESE HARD TRAILS, THE POTIENTAL FOR BODY DAMAGE, NEED TO DO ALOT OF WINCHING?

    THANKS

    GO TO URE IN NC ALOT BUT NEVER TRIED THESE TRAILS JUST DRIVEN AROUND IN THE NATIONAL FOREST UP THERE.
     
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    yeti in ga

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    Last I have heard very steep , when dry = fun ride ... when wet = down right scary as hell.
     
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    I haven't been since this past spring but at that time most of it had been graded and was an easy ride. It is a steep place and real slick if its wet. They usually close it if its been raining so best to call or check the website before you go.
     
  4. SHERMAN FJ62

    SHERMAN FJ62 Charlestons' King of Cruisers

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    Other points of interest around there. Brasstown is a good stop
     
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