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    Life Is Good ZIPP2001's Avatar
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    Rode the Nashua River Rail Trail

    Decided to take out my Single Speed and ride the Nashua River Rail Trail out of Ayer. I'm not a trail person, but I had some stuff to do in the area so I decided to ride it. Not as crowded as I have seen it in past visits, but was fun.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFHJHj1PrIU

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    Looks like a lot of fun, Is there any grade at all, it looks rather flat?
    Just a Noob riding for health and fun

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    Cool, but where is the river?
    Papa Tom

    "I just need a rest...and by 'rest' I mean a really long bicycle ride."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYSteve View Post
    Looks like a lot of fun, Is there any grade at all, it looks rather flat?
    The trail is very gradual rise for about 3 miles at start then down and up very gradual throughout. Flattest area I'll ride all year long. I hit this trail 2 to 3 times a year when I'm in that area, but I much prefer the open road.

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