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If you lived in an area that didn't have a lot of Riding available how much would you be willing to pay to ride in an area with 300 acres and 20+ miles of trails?

$100 per Year
$200 per Year
$300 per Year
$400 per Year
$1200 per lifetime

Feel Free to elaborate on your reasoning.
 
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I'd move. If that weren't an option I suppose 300 a year max. But that would have to be for the whole family.
 
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Since I DO live in an area with limited riding opportunities (and that is being kind), it would be nice to really face a choice like this.

I'd gladly pay $400+ per year or $1200 lifetime.
 

dirt bike dave

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That's not very much land. I'd get bored riding in that small an area. How can you get 20 miles of trails on only 300 acres?

I'd pay $100-$200 year for unlimited access depending on how good the trails are. I'd plan on driving out of the area when I really wanted to ride.
 

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The club I belong to has ~1200 acres and you can put together ~14 mile loops without riding the same trail 2x. Annual dues is $275.

Brian
 

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It would depend on how many people were there and how frequently I could go. If it were fairly empty I would pay $400.00.

If you figure MX track practice costs, I would imagine this would be a deal.

I would be nervouse paying for a lifetime membership. Seems alot of places shut down really quick.
 
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I live in the desert and ride right out of my garage. We also have the San Bernardino Mtns. nearby. I'm so spoiled I can't give a fair answer,but that's part of the reason I live where I do.:D
 

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The club I belong to has plenty of trail and is about 300 per year. You can have your own spot to camp. Its about an hour out of town. I think that its about the closest club in our area. Theres three or four clubs in my area, but there is no non-private land with a hour of here to ride on.
 
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I would pay 400$ a year but only if
1. The place was within 1 hour traveling time.
2. The 400$ would cover 2 people.
3. There would have to be an MX track there.
4. It would have to be open at least 2 days a week.
 
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#12
I live in an area where there are very limited places to ride. There are a few places similar to yours. They charge $10 per day per rider and get lots of buisness.