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Old 04-03-02, 09:16 AM   #1
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Kingston Ontario Canada Riding.

Anyone know of any good trails to start learning on and maybe that aren't so goo to learn but make a fun ride. in the kingsotn ontario canada area. Any help is great help thanks alot.
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Old 04-04-02, 06:08 PM   #2
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Guelph is near you. The trails surrounding Guelph Lake and Area aren't bad to start out on. I rode there a lot when I lived out east
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Guelph near Kingston? They are 300 km apart!
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guelph is like 4 or 5 hours away a little to far for aday ride
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You could try http://www.dropmachine.com which is based in Toronto.

It's downhill oriented, but I'm sure if anyone there is from Kingston they'd help you out.
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Sorry but I would travel 3 hours to ride. In fact I do still. I guess it is just how much you want fresh trail
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I don't mind travelling but its more then three hours one way plus i have school to deal with and that just leaves me weekend and i try to get out and ride around here.
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