Biglenr, yep, my mistake referring to the OP. One note of clarification, might be different in NC, but just because you have permission from the land owner still does not necessarily allow dirt bike riding on power line land. The owner does own the land, but the easement document dictates what activities can and cannot occur on the land. Therefore, the power company has final say in whether dirt bikes are OK, but most specifically state this is not allowed on their websites. Know this from owning a tree farm in GA. From GA Power Company website.
Is trail riding by off-road vehicles allowed on the right-of-way?
No. The use of off-road vehicles on the right-of-way is not permitted. This type of use causes erosion to the area, disturbances to the property owners and can destroy the access routes that the company uses to get to the poles and wires.
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