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Old 05-05-08, 11:47 AM   #1
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She's on the road again, sure as your born!

Natural born easy on the road again. Anyways, I'm taking a road trip real soon and I plan on doing a lot of riding. So I'm gonna bring my girlfriend and my bike. And my girlfriend is going to bring her bike. And we'll ride bikes together. So get your mind out of the gutter.

Driving from western Montana to Pittsburgh, PA. I'm leaving tomorrow. Now what i would like to know is where is the sweet singletrack in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Also, i'm pretty sure there's a forum member from Wexford, PA on here and that is actually my end destination. If that forum member would so inclined to show me around some of the trails in Pittsburgh, they should send me a PM. I plan on taking I-90 and I-94, one road to get there and another road back. If anyone knows of any cool trails close by, within an hour of either interstate, please please please give me a heads up. I'm finishing up my finals right now and still need to pack for a wedding and all is so very hectic and there is so little time. I haven't been able to do my research. Help me fellow bikeforumers!

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here is some of the MN stuff
http://www.morcmtb.org/trailreviews/index.html
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thanks a lot!
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I'm not sure if you posted a similar thread over at mtbr.com. If not, there's some advice there: http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=382736

Also, www.fattireguides.com has detailed information about most of the major mountain bike trails in Wisconsin.
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Old 05-06-08, 03:18 PM   #6
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Not me posting on MTBR, but thanks a lot for the link Peek. Much appreciated! Any Pittsburghers out there today?
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if you're staying in actual Pittsburgh you can bike in frick park which has some fun trails

or there is vulture's knob in wooster ohio but that might be a bit off your path
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if you didn't already pass through wisconsin, there are the john muir trails in kettle moraine (southern kettle moraine) plus there are trails at blue mound st. park outside of mt. horeb (the trails here are more technical, therefore slower than the john muir trails which are fast and not technical).
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