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    Nice day for a ride.....
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    Lynn River Riding

    Little bit of Southern Ontario passion......

    Got out to enjoy the perfect weather with a nice after work ride today. Rode out of my driveway for about 200 feet of pavement before hitting the park paths through town that lead to the river and the singletrack

    Some Pictures.......

    The pathways through town


    The Brook Conservation Area, time for some fall singletrack


    Leafy singletrack


    What was once rolling fields is now the victim of urban sprawl.


    On the Lynn


    Through the town parks


    Exploring some new trail, the high grass was a little creepy


    Can't wait for more riding this long weekend.
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    nice pics. yeah urban sprawl is the biggest threat out there.
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    Looks fun. You've got a bit of Children of the Corn action going on below (albeit without the corn if one is being picky about it)

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    Exploring some new trail, the high grass was a little creepy

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    thats not corn, looks like reeds of some kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlesprocket View Post
    thats not corn
    As I said in my post above;

    "albeit without the corn if one is being picky about it"

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    some city folk may call it polenta... alot of people don't know what corn looks like... or even a reed...

    doesn't hurt to give out some extra information...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Circlip View Post
    Looks fun. You've got a bit of Children of the Corn action going on below (albeit without the corn if one is being picky about it)
    I had the same thought run through my head while I was out there. Would be neat to ride it at night.
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