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Old 09-02-07, 05:40 PM   #1
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stillwell...wtf

i went there today...been about a month or maybe 2 since last time i was there, man that trail got beat up. Lot worse then it was in the beginning of summer. Sand and gravel everywhere. I guess thats what happens when its the only good place to ride on this island.

hopefully in the winter it'll stiffen up.
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...I guess thats what happens when its the only good place to ride on this island...
Have you tried glacier ridge?
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no ive only done stillwell and ...what the hell is it callled...rocky point.
Im gonna have to check that one out. Where abouts is it.
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- Cunningham, in Queens
- Bethpage
- Greenbelt
- Cathedral Pines
- Glacier Ridge
- Rocky Point
- Calverton
- Eastport (Best done really fast)

All CLIMB riding areas on Long Island and NYC,

Plus Highbridge in upper Manhattan as well as Spain Ridge in lower Westchester.

Now what were you saying about the "its the only good place to ride on this island" ?.

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...Im gonna have to check that one out. Where abouts is it.
Exit 63 on the LIE. North on route 83 less than 2 miles. Park at the back of the town's office parking lot off South Bicycle Path.

Well worth the trip and well marked.
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i went there today...been about a month or maybe 2 since last time i was there, man that trail got beat up. Lot worse then it was in the beginning of summer. Sand and gravel everywhere. I guess thats what happens when its the only good place to ride on this island.

hopefully in the winter it'll stiffen up.
Not even close as others have pointed out

also

East Setauket
Shoreham
Hither Hills
Northwest Woods
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