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  1. #76
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    A few trail networks are open around here but not much. I believe Cady Hill, Mt. Peg, Pine Hill and Saxon are open or partially open. I've I'm also noticing too many people shamelessly poaching currently closed trails recently and sharing it on Strava. Whatever.

    Really hoping with warmer temps and sun this weekend there will be more options.

  2. #77
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    Central to Southern NH is all pretty good to go. Maples are starting to open up so things should keep drying out further. I rode Franklin Falls last weekend and it was great. I imagine same goes a bit further north too.

  3. #78
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    Woodstock, SVT, Dorset, and Ascutney all have open trails. Word word.

  4. #79
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    Quote Originally Posted by geomorph View Post
    Central to Southern NH is all pretty good to go. Maples are starting to open up so things should keep drying out further. I rode Franklin Falls last weekend and it was great. I imagine same goes a bit further north too.
    Do we ever close? Yeah, you shouldn't ride, but I've never heard of closures. Live free or die...except weed and you're buying your tequila from golden dome biatches

  5. #80
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    Such a great new addition to one of my favorite trail systems.


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  6. #81
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    22 NE - Just get out and ride

    Got out a bit after dawn this morning because I knew Cady Hill would be a zoo today. I didnít see a soul the whole ride.

    First proper mtb ride of the year, first proper ride on the new Nimble 9 too. Dirt was perfect.

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  7. #82
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    I love that trail, nice pic
    crab in my shoe mouth

  8. #83
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    ^^^Yeahhhh buddy!

  9. #84
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    22 NE - Just get out and ride

    The trail riding conditions in central VT are prime right now - get it while itís good! Low humidity and lack of a leaf canopy (which will change soon) is keeping roots and rocks moisture-free - everything is grippy - even the sketchy, off-camber ledgy stuff. Doesnít get much better.
    Last edited by scharny; 05-09-2022 at 11:53 AM.

  10. #85
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    Beautiful night to explore Cape Elizabeth. Intended on doing a short loop. Even cutting out a bunch of the fun stuff, still ended up with 15 miles. The riding was prime!

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  11. #86
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    That stream over near Robinson's woods?

  12. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    That stream over near Robinson's woods?
    Yes, sir. I had to mostly ignore Robinsonís due to time. There are a lot of fun side trails there that I wanted to try out on the chromag.

  13. #88
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    A friend just used these guys for a carbon repair and they did an amazing job right down to the paint match. Fyi


    https://www.hottubes.com/

  14. #89
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    A friend just used these guys for a carbon repair and they did an amazing job right down to the paint match. Fyi


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    Toby is the real deal: amazing paint and he has supported a youth cycling team for decades. Good people

  15. #90
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaineSkiAddict1 View Post
    Yes, sir. I had to mostly ignore Robinson’s due to time. There are a lot of fun side trails there that I wanted to try out on the chromag.
    we'll have to meet up for a spin, Cape is my go to for riding when I don't have a lot of time

  16. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    we'll have to meet up for a spin, Cape is my go to for riding when I don't have a lot of time
    For sure. I can ride straight from my place so itís real convenient. Let me know.

    Also been trying to find a way to get over to Gorham after work since itís close by, if thatís of interest

  17. #92
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    Great ride at Diamond Hill todayósuch a cool spot! Click image for larger version. 

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  18. #93
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowday View Post
    Toby is the real deal: amazing paint and he has supported a youth cycling team for decades. Good people
    Nice to hear. Thanks

  19. #94
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    Had a great time suffering through 50ish miles and 5k+ of vert at the Waterbury Gravel Grinder yesterday with a few buddies from Boston. We started in the pouring rain but it tapered off to showers. A classic wet, muddy sufferfest followed beers and burgers. It's my 4th year doing this ride and they still manage to keep it chill and fun.

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  20. #95
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    Carriage Roads in Acadia opened last week to cycling for the season. Got in my second ride of the season as the fog rolled in.

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    Then home for some meatloaf and roasted veggies. Some eat to ride… I ride to eat.

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  21. #96
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    If that bike doesn't have a name, I'd like to recommend:


  22. #97
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    There seemed to be too much black carbon entering the World at the time, so I had Mitch Pryor conjure up a Paladin for me.

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    Steel is real, Bro!

  23. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by CantDog View Post
    Great ride at Diamond Hill todayósuch a cool spot! Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice pic! Looks like a fun roll in


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    No matter where you go, there you are. - BB

  24. #99
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    Three new trails in Gorham; Ramble On, Purple Haze, and Knolly Roller (which was opened at the tail end of last year). Ramble on has one of the first elevated features in the area. Purple haze is a mini jump line with three well placed jumps and one small gap. Nothing wild but a nice addition to the network.

    The Chromag has been seeing some love lately. Itís so fun

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  25. #100
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    Interesting build attached to a live tree.

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