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Old 11-06-2001, 12:07 PM   #1
Azuth
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Join Date: May 2001
Location: Norcross, GA
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2002 WRX
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Default A good place to have fun on gravel in Norcross/Duluth GA

On Medlock Bridge(I think its Medlock Bridge at that point in the road) between the Old Alabama light and the light where the road turns into Peachtree Parkway(from 285 take 141 north, fork left onto Peachtree Parkway and its just a few miles up the road on the left). Its across the street from where that PGA championship game was a few months ago. There is a large field with all kinds of gravel roads winding through it. They usually use the field for extra parking when there is a major event at the golf/tennis club. There is at least one spot where you could probably catch air if you really wanted to. There are very few trees and ditches so its relatively safe. I've never seen the gate closed so getting in shouldn't be a problem.

After reading about a couple people who have really messed up their cars the first time they get a little crazy on a gravel road, then trying it in a safe place like this would be a good idea. I know I was really surprised at how slick it was. I got no scratches on my car during the short run I made through there so I think the WRX is pretty good about keeping the gravel in the wheel well and off the painted surfaces.
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