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    Lynn Woods Sunday@ 9:30

    Where PennyBrook Rd. Entrance (PM for directions)
    Roll out at 10.

    What to expect Super technical trails. Ride will be about 10-15 miles. Pace will be steady. Couple of rest spots or "breaks" along the way as needed. This is a technical cross country ripper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yogreg
    Where PennyBrook Rd. Entrance (PM for directions)
    Roll out at 10.

    What to expect Super technical trails. Ride will be about 10-15 miles. Pace will be steady. Couple of rest spots or "breaks" along the way as needed. This is a technical cross country ripper.
    Respond if interested

    Greg
    Yeah, I'll probably show up. Now, is the start closer to the ballfield or Naked Fish? I have no clue where Penny Brook rd. is.10-15 miles = how many hours. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RideFaster
    I have no clue where Penny Brook rd.

    here:

    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...+MA+01905&om=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by RideFaster
    Yeah, I'll probably show up. Now, is the start closer to the ballfield or Naked Fish? I have no clue where Penny Brook rd. is.10-15 miles = how many hours. Thanks.

    That all depends on the group.
    Keep in mind that this is going to be a cross country ride over the technical terrain of Lynn. Not really a session type deal.


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    I am looking for a Sunday ride and just found this post. If you don't mind another I will look to hook up with you guys. Sounds like fun - if you all are just too sick for me I will bail and not slow you down. Thanks for posting the ride

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    That was a great ride today! Thanks for letting me hook up with you guys. That was a solid group doing some intense riding - definitely the most challenging terrain I have tackled. Usually when I ride a new area I pay pretty close attention to where we are in the landscape but these trails demanded so much respect that I was not doing any sightseeing. I'm glad I was not left out on the trail somewhere with needing to find my own way out. I hope to get out there again before too long

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    Nice meeting you Tom. And thanks to Greg for showing us around an intense and demanding loop. There are some great (sick!) lines out there. II'm definitely feeling it. I got home and cut the lawn and watched the kids so my marital universe is again in alignment... Good ride.
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    you guys goin this coming sunday?

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