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My name is Andy Savidge and for almost twenty-five years I've been looking for new off road parks, ATV trails and motocross tracks to explore.

My passion for off road trail exploration started as a young boy. Back in the early 1970’s in the small town of Hurst, Texas where I grew up there was still a decent amount of undeveloped land to explore. When we weren’t building makeshift forts and tree-houses or exploring the labyrinth of underground drainage tunnels under our town, my friends and I would spend most of our summer days riding our BMX bikes on the wooded trails near our homes.

As a teenager I mowed many lawns and eventually saved up enough money to buy an old Kawasaki 90cc dual purpose dirt bike from the mid 1970’s. That old motorcycle was a total piece of junk by today's standards. Since it was street legal it gave me a sense of freedom I had never experienced before. I had so much fun taking my girl friends on long rides and exploring a few off road trails along the way.

A few months after turning eighteen in spring of 1986 I bought a used 1982 Honda CR480 motocross dirt bike. Man, that old Honda dirt bike was a beast! By this time in my life I was fortunate enough to have a car too, a 1973 Ford Grand Torino. I purchased a small utility trailer and began towing my Honda CR480 to undeveloped rural areas around the Fort Worth area to ride off road trails.

Back in the 1980 the idea of private motocross tracks and off road parks open to the public in this part of Texas was kind of a new concept. There were few legal areas to ride back then. While I did frequent places such as Marshall Creek, known today as Trophy Club Park at Lake Grapevine, and Mosier Valley MX Park in Euless, Texas most of my riding was done on private land without permission.

Accessing private land without permission or other forms of illegal off road trail riding is not something I engage in or condone these days. Given the number of motocross tracks and off road parks open to the public today there really is no excuse to break the law.

By the time I was twenty-one my passion turned to 4x4 off road vehicles. My first 4x4 was a used metallic blue 1987 Suzuki Samurai. I wheeled that little Samurai hard for several years. It was bone stock with all-season tires. It never let me down and never disappointed.

By my late twenties and early thirties marriage and my responsibilities to my family became the priority. I sold my Suzuki Samurai and bought a 1992 Dodge 4x4 pickup. This four wheel drive truck was great for hunting and camping and served us well for many years. Some of my fondest off road memories are of that old Dodge truck and the times I spent exploring Colorado off road trails with my family.

In my mid-thirties I purchased a Kawasaki KLR650 and later a Suzuki DR650. Each of these motorcycles were dual purpose street legal dirt bikes and they performed well on the street. The compromise with these machines is their ability to perform well off road in the dirt.

As I approached forty my income had reached the point that it allowed me to indulge an off road fantasy I’d had for years, a Jeep!

In 2008 I purchased a silver 2004 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited LJ. It was bone stock and only had 52,000 mile on it. It was in beautiful condition. And so started the most recent chapter of my off road journey, the love of Jeeps!

I took my Jeep Wrangler Unlimited on many off road adventures and camping trips. One of my fondest memories of that Jeep was the time I took my two daughters to Mena, Arkansas to wheel at Wolf Pen Gap. We camped out and found many places to wheel up in those Arkansas mountains.

My Jeep Wrangler Unlimited was fun. However, after a couple of years my desire for more extreme off driving had exceeded the capabilities of my stock Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

After figuring out how much the needed modification would cost to make my Jeep for trail capable I decided to sell my silver 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited LJ. I immediately purchased a black 2004 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon TJ with 54,000 miles on it. Much like my unlimited, it was bone stock and in pristine condition.

While my new Rubicon was much more capable off road in stock trim compared to my unlimited I soon found it needed upgrades. Fast forward to today.

My black 2004 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is now mildly modified with a 4 inch lift and 33 inch tires. I always drive it to and from the trails and until recently it was my daily driver.

So now that you know a little bit about me and my off road story let me explain to you why I created this website. I created this website for you, the ORV community.

In recent years I turned to the internet to search for places to wheel. Much of what I found on-line was either incomplete or even worse, subscription sites. If you have ever wasted money on a subscription trail finder site you are not alone. They suck! So I decided as a hobby to do the research and provide the information for free on-line. Keep in mind I’m not a web designer and this site is always a work in progress. I’m always adding new trails and new states so keep checking back.

While you are at it, check out my YouTube videos, subscribe to my YouTube channel and follow my Tweets.

So don't spend another weekend driving around burning your expensive gas looking for cool places to wheel. I've spent countless hours researching every ATV trail, off road park, motocross track and public land access in existence to ensure you have all the information you need to make the most of your next off road trip!

So what are you waiting for? Go find a trail and begin your next adventure!

Andy


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