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    New question here. Tell me about TRUMBULL, CT ? Ill be visiting from NJ

    Hello ladies/gents Ill be visiting my cousins out in CT and he mentioned trumbull is not too far from him . I checked out some of the videos floating around on the web and this is DEF my type of trail riding which im sure my 160mm fork will come into use .

    Im not a pro by no means and im not looking for some of those crazy gaps or drops i have seen lol but i do like some of the fast , flowy, rock garden type of stuff . What trails would you recommend and where to start to ride this park ? I see TTC has a map on their website , just want to make sure it is up to date. Thanks !

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    It's a relatively small area with a huge spaghetti tangle of trails. Park in the commuter lot, keep the highway on your right all the way out, and the river on your right all the way back. Keep your eyes open. Someone will hopefully chime in with more specific advice, but there is way too much there to give directions to everything.
    I call for a mandate to allow only road bikes on trails to limit our speeds and increase our line picking skills-FB

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    Thank you !

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    If you like hucking 20 footers, or doing 40 foot rollers, or some XC it has it all...on any Sat or Sun morning just get to the Daniels Farm lot and hook up with some locals and let your mind get blown away on what the park has to offer....

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    Let me know when you're going. I/we could give you a tour. The TTC map is up to date also.

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    how are the trail conditions here for this week ?

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    Wet & cold.

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    This place is UNREAL lol . You need a good full 8 hours out here. There is soooo many trails and drops and jumps.. Ya i saw those huge 2 gaps WOW to whoever hits those . Im not that skilled yet lol .. But here is just a little quick mix i started .. Im gonna have to go back and get the real good stuff once the weather warms up a bit more and ill bring my full gear next time too.

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