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Old 11-17-04, 08:58 AM   #1
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Hello from Burlington Ontario, thats Canada!

alright, I enjoy riding at Kelso, Waterdown, Hilton Falls and anywhere else close by. I am thinking about a visit to Porcupine Ridge while visiting the Cottage, anyone been there? Any good trails closer to Parry Sound?
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Old 11-17-04, 09:15 AM   #2
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Hey there earlygrace, I hail from burlington too! Lots of great trails around. I am actually pretty close to the bottom of the waterdown trails, so I ride there alot. I try to mix it up with at least 1 road trip a week to maybe albion, kelso or even brantford.
I remember doing a trail search at for my last up north vacation, and some cool sounding trails in Perry Sound came up. Don't remember the names though.
On that vacation we ended up riding in Timmins for a few days (not bad) & Haliburton Forest (AWESOME)
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