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Derbyshire

Discussion in 'Off Roading' started by Colt ford, Dec 22, 2019.

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  1. Colt ford

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    Hey guys any known off roading locations around Derbyshire
     
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    Off road or greenlanes? The two are not the same.

    If you want off-reading, go to a pay-and-play site. For greenlaning, try GLASS or a local club that goes greenlaning.
     
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    Like he says^^^^^, off-roading or green laning?

    There should be no laning until the lanes dry out a bit, and I imagine the same applies to most pay and play sites.
    If you want to drive in this weather, better get a boat.
     
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    I was out on the mo'bike, laning in Derbyshire on Sunday. The lanes/UCR's I did are stone/rock based so fine to drive still. There were a few puddles to splash through:)
     
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    Fair enough. I am not familiar with the area. Round here is a sea of mud, the bits that aren't under water, that is.
     
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    Where were u in Derbyshire?
     
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    In the Peak District.
     
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