speed races but anything offroad is welcome.
Here's a few of mine.
Tongva Trail V2.
The final obstacle on this trail (Vintners Rock) is extremely difficult but I have accomplished it in a fully upgraded MW Mesa and Rebel. Also can be done in a stock or fully upgraded Sandking.
(I went through and cleaned up a couple of checkpoints and props on this trail, nothing to extensive but is just a better product.)
This is my personal favorite.
This is a new version of Jagged spine. I took out the extremely difficult rock section at the very end making it easier but a cleaner finish imo.
This one is a bit faster paced as most of the obstacles are a little ways apart.
Suicide Ridge V2.
I finally took sime time and reworked some of this trail but decided to leave the difficult part on Zancudo River and the rock climb in the Tongva hills. I tested it without them but it just didn't feel right. Just remember you can always take a different route like the South bank on Zancudo River. I also fixed a few bad spawn points and changed the end. Its a little easier at the end but still fun.
Its a pretty easy trail along the beaches close to Paleto Bay. Easily done in a Sandking but some fun and unique spots.
Was going to go for a 4x4 excursion in FR and ended up making this trail. I really like the rocks in this area. Lots of different possible lines so I wanted to leave it up to you which you choose but there is always a way. I made it pretty easily in a MW Mesa.
(Just one obstacle)
This is an extreme rock/waterfall climb designed for the Sandking only. The track would have been shorter but there is a .63 mile minimum. I am completely blown away that the Sandking can make it up at all but it is possible. I would not recommend taking any other custom vehicle. This is pretty solid evidence the Sandking is the best 4x4 in GTA V in my book.
The Bane of Chiliad
This is probably my most difficult trail, excluding Aunt Flow. A lot of steep climbs and hard obstacles but the Sandking and MW Mesa can make it pretty well.
I made this a while back to try out some urban 4x4ing but didn't know if it would be well recieved. Seems like a few people have enjoyed it though so here it is.
A 4x4 excursion over the rooftops of the factories and warehouses in La Mesa. A few tricky angled spots and some very unique locations will definitely make you find the perfect line to make some of the climbs. Not a walk in the park but can be done in a MW Mesa.
I deleted my top picks because R* decided to change the url's of all of them. There are a ton of great trails in this thread though so just look around