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dave2step
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Postby dave2step » Sun Mar 19, 2006 12:26 pm

I drove by Dorval/4th Line quickly the other day, and didn't see anything that looked like the entrance to a track. Where is it? Are there any landmarks to identify the entrance? Is there anywhere to park a truck and trailer? Sounds like a nice spot to ride on a weeknight after work!
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Postby Dirt Dog » Sun Mar 19, 2006 7:02 pm

You have to drive to the end of Waller? rd, which is the first left off Wycroft. Either that, or come in from 4th line right along side the tracks.
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Postby palette123 » Mon Mar 20, 2006 7:51 am

Is this place busy at all durring the week? I have been to the one in Milton, and it was a disaster waiting to happen, guys ripping all over the place, going every direction possible, alot of near misses looked alot like a demolition derby, and thats not what i'm looking for at all.
The track close to the road? so we can keep a look out on the trucks?
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Postby CUZN IT » Wed Mar 22, 2006 5:28 am

Dorval is mint for afterwork. The track has been there for 30 years in various forms and is more than just 2 pot holes and a bunch of gravel!


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I learned to ride there on a 1970 CT70 with my cuz,and later a new 74 cr250.Always wantd to blast down the fairways of Lido.Amazing that you can still ride there after all these years :D ,a couple of good trials and mx r's came from that hood few years back.
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Postby dave2step » Thu Mar 23, 2006 4:15 pm

Found it! Drove by there this afternoon to see it fenced and gated with a sign "Motorized Vehicles Prohibited". Is that new, or do people tend to intentionally not notice signs like that as their bolt cutters accidentally break through the lock?
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Postby Dirt Dog » Thu Mar 23, 2006 5:25 pm

Ah don't worry that sign is just there to keep out the Spodes.
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Postby palette123 » Fri Mar 24, 2006 5:43 am

dave2step wrote:Found it! Drove by there this afternoon to see it fenced and gated with a sign "Motorized Vehicles Prohibited". Is that new, or do people tend to intentionally not notice signs like that as their bolt cutters accidentally break through the lock?

I guess some one thought diffently about No Motorized allowed,
So how did the spot look?
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Postby palette123 » Fri Mar 24, 2006 5:44 am

dave2step wrote:Found it! Drove by there this afternoon to see it fenced and gated with a sign "Motorized Vehicles Prohibited". Is that new, or do people tend to intentionally not notice signs like that as their bolt cutters accidentally break through the lock?

I guess some one thought diffently about No Motorized allowed,
So how did the spot look?
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Postby motoman_213 » Tue Jun 20, 2006 6:22 pm

some one was at dorval and fixed it up very nice its get nice berms and a long whoop section ... some one put a big ass chain on the fence i think its the weedman right beside the track complain but screw them

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