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posted by DIESELBIKES at 1:51 PM
Lynn Woods is my favorite place to ride. It has something for everyone from big drops to technical singletrack, this place is fun ride.Vietnam and B&T's are fun to and love to ride there also.
1)Lynn Woods - Has everything2)Lynn Woods - No wooden stunts!3)B+T's - More wooden stuff but it has a vibe to it...and I love Bruce's little farm.
Hear that.......that's the sound of crickets.Come people post stuff! Ok I'll get it going.LYNN SUCKS. F'n nothing but Spandex clad,techo weight weenies, riding over groomed flat fire roads.Tee hee hee. J/K~BTF
We need to hear more about other local mountain bike spots!!! I do not just want this to become a Lynn Woods or B&T’s comment post!DB
Hey, Lynn is great, B&T's is great. So is the F***s. For some short but fun Cape Cod riding, if you have some patience to poke around and find it, Beebe's Woods in Falmouth is awesome. Not big and not well known, it actually connects to some fun technical, rocky single track. There is a nice line around near the pond, stuff that connects up into a meadow, and if you cross the street that comes from the hospital, you can find a nice long stretch of climbs and downs, which deadends in a stream gully you walk back up.
Personal favorites:Middlesex, CT:Great singletrack.Holyoke Range, MA:Favorite as of last week, great well made singletrack.Trumbull and West Woods in CT are also quite fun.
hey what up.. vietnam is getting better every day, and has potential to be the best spot in mass... if more people get involved in trail building with the nemba folks, this place could really rip.mike d.
best free ride trails in new england:1) lynn woods2) vietnam3) trumbull4) b&t'sdistant 5th - all others
hey dudes, i used to ride trumbull a ton, but i got tired of it, haven't been there in a year or so, anything new??? it used to be rad, but i rode it so much.
-Not really a trail, but....Mt.Snow XC race course was the best trail network I'd ever been to. Not washed out and simply beautiful.I'll get flammed for saying XC...on a freeride site, but I don't give a :-)1)B+T's2)Lynn3)GreenWood 4)Breakheart 3)Bradley Palmer (hahaha...don't kill me!!!)
Oh crap, never shoulda said BP...someone is at my door right now and dressed in black....Seriously, XC desirves more credit. I've done both FR and XC racing. To be honest, XC is so much more difficult than FR. You need 3x more skill to do XC. With FR, you just have to have the balls to do stuff and a little skill.Please don't flame me for saying this...
dose anyone ride boarderland that place is great
- Borderland or should I say Boulderland! - Foxboro, great loop - Vietnam, Has every thing - Upton Take the fox run loop - Otis, winter riding at its best - Rayburn Fast XC - Kingdom Trails doesn't get any Better - FOMBA a Close 2nd - Case Mt the Best CT has to offer its that good!
Lynn woods is PHAT it is the best place to ride and learn new tricks and other shit but the only thing I think it needs more of is women riders.
Millers Pond, Durham CTIt's all about skinnies
i just moved back into NE after 5 years out in big sky MT. Spent summers there riding downhill, now im fiending to do some more...somewhere! would it be most advisable to go up to mt snow, or is waterville ok? my DH rig doesn't pedal too well from all the abuse it's received over the years, so that presents a problem to anything aside from downhill. any feedback would be appreciated.
Hey Ben,You have a ton of places to do DH riding. Mt. Snow would be my choice over Waterville. You should check out Highland Mountain also in Northfield,NH. Their website is www.highlandmountain.comAlso check out www.bustedspoke.com which is a local bike forum and you can read about a ton of places to ride locally.
Check out www.wallingfordbike.com they have a great blog about top ten mountain bike trails in ct. Millers Pond is number one, and also my favorite.
my top ten trails in CT http://www.wallingfordbike.com/bike-resources/rides-and-trails/
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