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Old 08-08-08, 06:38 PM   #1
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Seven Springs PA

has anyone been there? I am not a downhill rider..i just want to ride XC trails....do thy have that there?
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Laurel Mtn has far better XC and more of it.
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I live practically on top of it, (I live in Jennerstown) But I haven't been biking up there recently. My brother in law says it's got a great downhill (ridable on a hardtail if you're careful not to bite off more than you can chew) and some real technical stuff that can be fished out.

Meh, I'll stick to XC... Laurel Mtn for that.

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