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    any riding in Sherborn?

    I just moved to the Natick / Sherborn line. What is the closest riding? I used to live in West Natick so Callahan was close. Now the extra rte 9 time adds about 15 minutes to the commute each way (if you hit the lights wrong). I know I am not too far from Nam but im looking for a quick ride spot that is closer.

    Is there anything in Sherborn? Ive heard of Sherborn Town Forest - Anyone know where it is and, more importantly, if its any good?
    Thanks for your help,
    BM
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    my friend that lives in Natick actually just scoped out Sherborn just yesterday (we've both usually just ridden Callahan)...I will get him to post a report for you on here, or i can after i hear (unless someone else chimes in with a good report)

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    Yeah there are a couple places , nothing spectacular

    Rocky Narrows off of 27
    the place off of western Ave ( forget its name )


    those are he only ones I know of , I would be very surprised if there wasn't more
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    Reviving an old thread here... Anyone have a good spot in Sherborn?
    thx.
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    Go one town over to Dover noanet park some nice mb trails.

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    There's a gazillion trails to ride, although some are private, thus needing land owner's permission.

    Public lands are Rocky Woods in Medfield, Noon Hill in Medfield, Noanet and Hale in Dover and Rocky Narrows in Sherborn. With enough practice and a topo map, you should be able to connect Rocky Woods, Noanet and Hale along with Rocky Narrows. You'll be on a couple of roads here and there, but 95% will be in the woods.

    Lots of technical and single track. Enjoy.

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