Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park can be found in Alexander County, North Carolina. This park is friendly to ATV riders, motorcyclists and UTV riders and has been operating for several years. Most of the tracks are marked in such a way that it prevents riders from playing the chicken, which is very beautiful. Motorcyclists looking for narrow routes will surely feel comfortable here because there are so many routes for them.

This park was chosen because of the interesting online reviews, and because we needed an honest and good ground for a new Linhai-Yamaha 400 4×4 ATV. We got off quickly and went to the login station to pay the fee and sign the debt exemptions, which I would like to call “it’s not our fault if you don’t get hurt or die.” The hosts quickly came to see our new Linhai Big Horn TV and make sure we had all the proper safety equipment such as helmets, riding boots and gloves.

Now that the ceremony was out of reach, with the push of a button, the engine later started to roar, and I followed a new ATV that had never seen a flower from the top of the mountain. The route started with a few jumps and quickly took a moderate slope, but it was so wide that it did not feel much danger. The trails still had large mud holes from the early spring rains, and the riding partners behind me agreed that I made sure if they got close to my ATV I could spray on them as much as I could.

Following the tracks, conditions change rapidly from beginner level to white and orange DANGER marks at each turn. The steep climbs of the hill with the very rocky terrain tested my new ride and I quickly engaged the four-wheel drive. It seemed to work very well until I reached an uphill turn where another rider was stuck right in the middle of the track.

You have to understand that this part of the route was not a place to stop because of the slope, and my ATV Linhai stopped once at the foot of the mountain, and even though the brakes were fully depressed, it quickly started from the bottom of the hill. He turned around. I jumped just in time and continued until it rolled to the right, before a tree rolled it 20 feet. After a few hours we got it back on track and I cursed myself that it is too cheap and I can not add the winch option. I was really excited to go back at the push of a button and the only damage was that the plastic left rear fender was broken and the metal rear shelf was very bent.

When I got back to the entrance, I broke the wrench and added part of my new ATV to the totem pole. That night I ordered a new fender and a winch for it and I plan to ride there again soon.

Source by Albree Steck