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Thought those old systems were closed down by new owners?
 

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It did really good with the razors, we rode over 150 miles in 2 days. No problems. Yes the trails are not hatfield and mccoys anymore but your able to ride them still. The only thing is at Ivy you can't park at the old trail head.
 

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Yes had no problem with keeping up or not climbing nothing they did. I could go as fast as they did through the tight trails . Thanks I made the back rack my self. Wanted to carry a spare but not take up the bed.
 

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Wow wait ivy and little coal is open? Like are your sure it's legally rideable???? Idk I've been going there for years and was really upset last October when the landowner sold it. It's not a sanctioned Hatfield McCoy trail so do u pay the landowner to ride? Where do u stay? I used to stay at Kathryn's cabins with Randy right off 119 or the Abbott house on ivy. If this place is still LEGALLY rideable let me know who I need to contact to confirm please! ( friends that ride with me have government jobs with security clearances lol they won't trepass)
 

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There was never any signs to stay out or NO TRESPASSING. Except at the mines there you just rode the roads on the outer edge of it and stay off there property. I do live within 20 miles of these trails but my buddies from ohio came down and stayed at Big Earls Campground, even on the day of our last ride there was people from Missouri coming in and staying there. I will say the old trailhead for Ivy is closed but to my understanding it was private owned where the man was putting in cabins and stuff. Go about 1 mile from the old trailhead and there is a paved road that goes to your left. You can park up there. Keep in mind also there is no trail markers up now either.
 

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Ya I'm familiar the road your talking about is it old cracked asphalt new to a trailer with wood siding and anothe little White House? Same people that built the cabins at the trailhead own those two 'cabins' also. We stayed there a few times. Just don't know howi to feel about riding it knowing the land ownership has changed hands and it's not posted
 

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I will tell you another good place to stay and ride in WV is BURNING ROCK. This is a great little place to camp, rent cabins do just about anything. Has a general store there and zip lining.
 

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Ya I'm familiar the road your talking about is it old cracked asphalt new to a trailer with wood siding and anothe little White House? Same people that built the cabins at the trailhead own those two 'cabins' also. We stayed there a few times. Just don't know howi to feel about riding it knowing the land ownership has changed hands and it's not posted
Feeling the way you do you should probably pass.Check out that rest of the Hatfield McCoy trails, Plenty of riding.
 

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Apologies for bumping a year old post, but call Randy. He can confirm that the new land owners are open to riders. I was just up there this past weekend
 

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Apologies for bumping a year old post, but call Randy. He can confirm that the new land owners are open to riders. I was just up there this past weekend
To clarify further I suppose.. I was up there this past weekend. Randy at Kathryns Kabins has confirmed that the trails are open. His cabins butt up right to the trails, and riders bring in their toys every weekend with no issues. His clear understanding is that anyone is free to use the trails. If you have questions, his phone number is 304-369-2627. Otherwise, I have some videos from the little coal river trails that I'll post once I figure out how
 
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