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Hi all, I've been scouting about for a decent patch of gravel in south Birmingham so I can get to grips with my AT without getting arrested. Every where I've seen on google earth is fenced off or has a warehouse built on it when I get there. Any ideas please. Aust.
 

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Welcome to the forum @AustTwin! Can’t answer your question as I am in Colorado, but hopefully someone comes along and answers. The AT is an amazing machine in the dirt.

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Welcome to the forum @AustTwin! I found most of my gravel roads near the Wildlife Management areas here in Tennessee. I bought the large book of the state maps. It shows the nature of all roads. I cannot get to the map book now, but I believe it’s published by Rand McNally. It even shows the roads along the dry river beds. Not that I’ve been brave enough to go check them out, yet. I believe I will hike them first. I need to buy a motorcycle recovery system, or get one together myself. I should have looked more closely to your post. I am guessing that such map books are made for your neck of the world. Here in the states, I buy a new book every time I move to a new area. I have never lived more than ten years in one state.
 

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Try the Delorme Atlas and Gazeteer for your area , e.g. via Amazon. Lots of detailed info and back/forest roads, etc.
 
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