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  Shown below are a collection of magazine and newspaper articles written about Sam Correro and his Trans-Am Trail.  
      Jay Leno Introduces the Trans-Am Trail
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Jay Leno

On his amazing odyssey across America driving only dirt roads, European correspondent Jeremy Hart stops to visit Morgan Freeman, James "Super Chikan" Johnson and a real live caveman... read more orange-arrow  
 
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Sam Correro

Land Rover LR4 on the Trans-America Trail (video) Trailer for upcoming documentary Although the Trans-America Trail is mainly an adventure for dual-sport motorcycles, Sam Correro, creator of the Trans-Am Trail, spends a few days with the good people of Land Rover, escorting the LR4s while riding his dual-sport motorcycle. Along the way Sam reveals to the drivers some of the best parts of his Trail, with amazing scenery and challenging driving conditions... read more orange-arrow  
 
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Delta Magazine

Delta Magazine The (dirt) Road Less Traveled By Mark H. Stowers Delta Magazine - Cleveland Mississippi Part Lewis and Clark, with maybe a bit of Hernando DeSoto thrown in, and a pinch of the luck of the fictional forest Gump—and you've got Sam Correro. The 60-something-year-old Cleveland Pharmacist has been spending his free time creating a coast-to-coast trail—for off-road motorcyclists... read more orange-arrow  
 
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Trail Rider Magazine

Trail Rider Magazine "Sambo's Tigers" By Sidney Dickson "Dual Sport," what a stupid term. When did that happen? Was it way back in '89 when some investor yuppie discovered he could actually ride his special "Paris Dakar Alpine Marco Polo Discoverer" (1000cc model) for four miles on a road not fourteen inches deep with reinforced concrete? What a load. In 1903 George Wyman rode, pushed and carried his motor bicycle from San Francisco to New York City... read more orange-arrow  
 
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Trail Rider Magazine

Trail Rider Magazine "Cross Country '94, The XC Monkey Butt"   Are you into serious off-road riding? Here's your chance! Sam Correro is a driven and determined man. Like Sidney Dickson, he sees no use for paved roads, especially when it comes to motorcycles. Because of this, and apparently a lot of time on his hands, over the years he has put together a duel sport/dirt bike route that he calls the XC Monkey Butt... read more orange-arrow  
 
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The Clarion-Ledger

The Clarion Ledger "Off the Road Again" Article by Billy Watkins Think about it: We've spent billions, maybe even trillions of dollars building and maintaining roads and bridges across the United States, including both scenic routes and interstates. We've cut through mountains, crossed great rivers. Made maps readily available so everyone can find the safest and quickest course to his or her destination. Then along comes a guy like Sam Correro, a mild mannered pharmacist from Madison who says, "Thanks, but that's too easy. I think I'll make my own road." Which is what he has done... read more orange-arrow  
 
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Trail Rider Magazine

Trail Rider Magazine "Monkey Butt Heaven"   How do you feel about long trail rides? No, I mean long trail rides; like maybe 1400 miles worth and more on the way. Mississippi resident, Sam Correro certainly likes it, and he's got a roll chart to prove it. "I've got the roll chart saved on my word processor," he drawled over the phone to us, late last fall. "It must be several hundred yards long by now, I'm not really sure... read more orange-arrow