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    southern ma

    where are some good places to go freeriding in Southern MA. I live in Southern RI and it takes 1 1/2 for me to get to boston. just keep that in mind.

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    free riding?

    there's free riding all over the place! you can ride arcadia for free, big river, lincoln woods....

    riding free is the only way to go.

    rog

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    Hi Maineyac......Have you checked out Vietnam in Milford??

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    Quote Originally Posted by maineyac32
    where are some good places to go freeriding in Southern MA. I live in Southern RI and it takes 1 1/2 for me to get to boston. just keep that in mind.

    thanks
    Check out Wompy.

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    what the heck is Wompy

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    Wompatuck is in Hingham, MA........See the attached links to learn about tons of places to ride in our area.

    http://www.nemba.org/ridingzone/places.html

    and

    http://bikerag.com/mountain%20bike%2...%20reviews.htm

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    Is there good freeriding in Wompy? Regardless, its not very close to Southern RI.

    I recommend Arcadia, especially the Ledges area, which is a trials park of sorts. Also definitely check out Vietnam, its probably about an hour or so from you, just up 95 and then west a bit on 495. Borderlands has some really rocky terrain, a sweet technical rock trail built by Nemba, and some narrowish bridges over swampy stuff (Friends trail)

    Also, if you haven't checked out Bikerag.com, I would do so, they're pretty much freeride oriented and have reviewed tons of places in New England. There may be some good stuff near you in CT.

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