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I live in Grand Rapids MN, I'm looking for some trails to ride on my TW. I have a cabin on lake Winnie, which has really good trails! Also south of Cohasset where 63 meets 17 there are some really cool trails on some old iron mines. There is also a old pit called tioga pit over there that is really interesting! Just looking to change it up!
 

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I grew up in SE Minnesota and wish I had first-hand experience and knowledge to share with you. Not much trail riding as there is so so much private land back there and never even considered a dual-sport or dirt bike. Where I live now in Idaho I have no interest in street bikes. Dual-Sport is great so we can ride legally to either get off pavement or connect off pavement routes. It's probably a lot better up where you live trail wise.

Generally, and I haven't run into a trail that didn't but out here we are allowed to ride motorcycles on the ATV trails. Obvious due to how wide the ATV's are, ATV's aren't allowed on the motorcycle single track trails. Hopefully, Minnesota is much the same, cross fingers for you.


But I still dream of riding Minnesota Arrowhead region one day. Anyway, stuff you probably know but looked it up.

https://www.visitgrandrapids.com/things-to-do/atvohv/

OHV & ATV Trail Locations Map: Minnesota DNR

OHV state trails A-Z list: Minnesota DNR

https://www.riderplanet-usa.com/atv/trails/minnesota_list.htm

Off-Road Trails : Explore Minnesota

https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=13ltSBlYz7oq-VIaU15NsqmWofyQ&hl=en_US&ll=46.32540602169267,-93.90116450000005&z=7

ATV & OHV Trails to Ride on The Iron Range |

https://www.informationvine.com/index?qsrc=999&qo=semQuery&ad=semD&o=36165&l=sem&askid=2d1e1b80-5b78-45a2-8a73-776088fb70b7-0-iv_gsb&q=minnesota atv trails&dqi=&am=broad&an=google_s
 

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I'm in Ramsey, MN near Anoka, which is just NW of Minneapolis. I don't know much about the northern trails, but Nemadji State Park, just west of the WI border, was a big reason why I bought a T-Dub. Looking forward to exploring the trails there. If you know about the northern trails, please share with us! I'd like to ride with fellow T-Dubbers up in the deep woods some day. I just got back from riding Glacier National Park (with a BMW GS ADV) and I don't have time to ride this Fall, but next Fall is wide open.
 
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