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Well this is a nice new forum for trail riding. Sounds good to me. Funny, I seem to remember someone with a nice name suggesting such a forum a little while back... hmmm. Well anyways, this is cool because I have already seen that some great advice is being posted on this forum. I must say thanks to Flange for a great review of Canadian Rockies rides. I want to go out there just reading it. I know that I have a lot of interest in New England area trails, so if anyone can suggest some, i'd be much obliged. So welcome, and happy postings.

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Great idea, I thought that most of the people on here were all hillclimbers by the way people posting all the time. The mountains are kind of limited here in WI so this will give me a chance to relate to people here.
 

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Just a note in central Mass. there has been alot of talk about the new Blackstone river bike trail being open to sleds in the winter. No definate confirmation at this time, just local authorities talking. This would be great to connect RI. with Mass. and NH. as we lack on trails Bad in this area.

All of those who don't think you benifit from this. Remember every new trail no matter how small or where, is 100 times better than to allow one trail to close even though you personally may never ride it. That is our future!

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I agree Wry,

I personally dont have a clue where to ride in this state (MA). There is a lack of trails, and a prevalance of off-road vehicle bans that keep snowmobiles, dirtbikes, and ATVs out of nature. We definitely need to find ways around. Thats why I go to NH, where the trails are everywhere, and noone is going to yell at you for riding your toys.

<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by wryjoker:

Just a note in central Mass. there has been alot of talk about the new Blackstone river bike trail being open to sleds in the winter. No definate confirmation at this time, just local authorities talking. This would be great to connect RI. with Mass. and NH. as we lack on trails Bad in this area.

All of those who don't think you benifit from this. Remember every new trail no matter how small or where, is 100 times better than to allow one trail to close even though you personally may never ride it. That is our future!

"Meaningless Ride"[/quote]


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Tons & tons of trails in NY, this state ain't all city ya know!
 

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Gotta agree with steve. NY has an incredible amount of trails and the outta state registration isnt real bad. cant remember how much ithink about $45 for the year. Upstate PA has about 4500 miles groomed trails and not alot of riders, except on weekends. With ur location NY would be a much better choice.

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I don't know about out of state, but registration for residents is only 15 bucks!
 

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Good call Steve. I live in Morrisville and I think upstate never gets any credit. When you say you are from NY, people say "How do you ride sleds in the city?" DUH!

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