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    any good places near concord?

    im about 1 hr west of boston, any good freeride places around there? there are great trails but no great downhills or drop sections.
    thanks

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    i am also in concord and have recently been going to several different places to get some freeride in. Just to name a few great brook farm in carlisle, lynn woods in lynn, highland mountan bike park in NH, vietnam in milford.

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    yeah i go to great brook farms all the time. thanks

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    We re working at the poo poo plant in concord. There is a trail that runs off to the side of the place. I know there isnt any type of freeride there but does anyone know if its good riding? From what I could see from the road it looks overly groomed but sometimes once you get in the woods you re treated to a nice surprise.

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    what "poo poo" plant are you referring to, im over near the acton maynard line for reference...

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    im really not even sure. We drive though the center around that screw rotary then take a right down a one way and come out next to a cemetary. The waste water treatment plant is a little past the cemetary and to the left. The trail im refering to actually crosses the road that leads to the WWTP. One side goes through a small field and along the WWTP. I can usually hear people going down the trail but you cant actually see anyone so im not sure how close it actually passes to the WWTP. Thats about the best I can describe it. Not sure if it helps any.

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    hmm, a friend of mine lives just near there, ill ask him is he knows of any such trail.

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    As I said from passing it on the road it looks more like a clean walking/ running trail. I think the fact that you live in the area and not even sure tells me its not worth riding lol. Maybe we ll both be surprised though.

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    well i just bought a iron horse sohon bucho fr frame so i dont do the walking paths as much as id like, but yeah your right, ive never really noticed that before.

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