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  1. #901
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    I prefer parking town by the town offices by the green. Ride down 100 and over to the barn to Noodles>N Revenge>Warman>Green>Zeebedoo>Labyrinth>Lovin'It>F usters>Escalator, If feeling good Lovin'It back up and Devils Throat, Wrong Way or Rabbit back to Noodles and out at the bottom and collect a sammich and eat it on the Green. I just prefer finishing riding down.

    Gotta say Fusters is one of my favorite trails anywhere. Be sure to go wide left at the shack to make the stream crossing corner.
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  2. #902
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    Yes, that looks perfect, thank you.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  3. #903
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    Quote Originally Posted by HankScorpio View Post
    Par for the course for entitled horse owners. Just follow the piles of shit that they donít pick up and youíll find it.


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    I pick up after my dog. Never understood the double standard.

  4. #904
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    Stopping to ride on my way to MRV from Mass.
    Yes I will social distance
    Woodstock? Never ridden there but heard good things
    Ascutney? Only ridden there for vt50
    Just read here about green mountain trails... Sounds good

    Looking for a couple hours rip

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Nothing in the ski industry is ever as it seems or is being made out to be - unless you were just buried in an avalanche.

  5. #905
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Stopping to ride on my way to MRV from Mass.
    Yes I will social distance
    Woodstock? Never ridden there but heard good things
    Ascutney? Only ridden there for vt50
    Just read here about green mountain trails... Sounds good

    Looking for a couple hours rip

    Thanks

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    Love all three. All three can offer at least a few hours. GMT has the payoff of a 270degree view up top.

    If ypu pick Woodstock- PM me and Iíll send you a ride suggestion


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  6. #906
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Stopping to ride on my way to MRV from Mass.
    Yes I will social distance
    Woodstock? Never ridden there but heard good things
    Ascutney? Only ridden there for vt50
    Just read here about green mountain trails... Sounds good

    Looking for a couple hours rip

    Thanks

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    Iím up in the MRV until Friday if you want to go for a ride.

  7. #907
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    Proof thereís nice ppl out there in NE.

    We ran into a retired couple living the van life Yesterday with a set of Pivot XTR level mountain bikes hanging off the back. They were looking for directions to one of our trails and Wifey mentioned that she was looking to purchase a Pivot. They gave her the 5.5 and said go ride it will see you in four hours.

  8. #908
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    Quote Originally Posted by CantDog View Post
    Iím up in the MRV until Friday if you want to go for a ride.
    Won't get there until Friday night but enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Nothing in the ski industry is ever as it seems or is being made out to be - unless you were just buried in an avalanche.

  9. #909
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    Quote Originally Posted by biggins View Post
    Love all three. All three can offer at least a few hours. GMT has the payoff of a 270degree view up top.

    If ypu pick Woodstock- PM me and Iíll send you a ride suggestion


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    Thanks for the tips. Rode woodstock. Great place to stop for a rip!


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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Nothing in the ski industry is ever as it seems or is being made out to be - unless you were just buried in an avalanche.

  10. #910
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    20/20 NE - I can see clearly now

    I rode the Fairground Trails at Slate Valley for the first time yesterday. It was a bit of a cluster with one buddy arriving to find his pedal came off the spindle and the pin holding his 4 bike rack also fell out on the drive there. We kept circling back to the lot to check in on him.

    Massive air on one of the kiddy trails.

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  11. #911
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    Back to Franconia yesterday, my flow was not nearly as dialed as last time, place can be very humbling! Still a blast, perfect weather. Canít believe how far along the foliage is. Almost peak up there already. Gonna be grey stick season for a long time this year.
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    crab in my shoe mouth

  12. #912
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    8 miles of slab and Tech yesterday at Cady's Falls. This photo some how made a fairly steep down pitch look up hill but the colors are going off here right now.

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  13. #913
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    Damn near cold riding around Northfield this morning. Leaves are just starting to turn here and trails are still leaf free and fast. Not for long though...

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  14. #914
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    Big patches of maples sort of dying. Any idea what is going on? Other areas nearby totally green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Nothing in the ski industry is ever as it seems or is being made out to be - unless you were just buried in an avalanche.

  15. #915
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    ^^^drought

  16. #916
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    Nice crispy leaves, really wonít be a need to blow much this year. They pretty much turn into dust when you ride over them.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  17. #917
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Nice crispy leaves, really won’t be a need to blow much this year. They pretty much turn into dust when you ride over them.
    Loam creation.

    No leafs should be blown off trails IMO so by mid summer next year they are nice and fluffly loam.

  18. #918
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Nice crispy leaves, really wonít be a need to blow much this year. They pretty much turn into dust when you ride over them.
    I was thinking the same while riding today. Leafy lines will be burned all fall at this rate.


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  19. #919
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    As dry as it is, yeah leaves shouldn't be much of an issue but night riding will still be tough for a few weeks. It sure was a nice day to be on a bike today.

  20. #920
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    Any thoughts on hinesburg sleepy hollow carse? With a short drive over the hill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Nothing in the ski industry is ever as it seems or is being made out to be - unless you were just buried in an avalanche.

  21. #921
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Any thoughts on hinesburg sleepy hollow carse? With a short drive over the hill?

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    Why drive? Easy to connect by bike if you like climbing.


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  22. #922
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    Why drive? Easy to connect by bike if you like climbing.


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    From Warren?

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Nothing in the ski industry is ever as it seems or is being made out to be - unless you were just buried in an avalanche.

  23. #923
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    Any thoughts on hinesburg sleepy hollow carse? With a short drive over the hill?

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    Itís a hard ride to connect all 3 areas. Plenty of vert and the most trails are rugged and rocky. Iíve done a few variations of connecting them as well as Cochranís and Huntington trails and itís always a bigger ride than I think.

    Sleepy hollow and Carse have some really fun and techy trails - especially Carse. Hinesburg trails are decent but I would save your energy and just cut through there to get from Sleepy Hollow to Carse.

    You can also park a car at Sleepy Hollow and Carse and do a point to point ride.



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  24. #924
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    From Warren?

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    He is young and strong Grasshopper, listen to his words.
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  25. #925
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhyatt View Post
    From Warren?

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    Oh...thought you were starting at one of the areas. I like to start at sleepy (up x-wing, to wookie to balance beam and then to yoda. head thru htf (maiden to backdoor and then down) and then to carse (hwnryís higlands, then over to preacher/crucible) then hit front door, underground raroad and then backtrack. Rogue one is a great way to finish at sleepy if you want a few more vert, habenít ridden kessel run yet but it is all the rage.


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