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    Sutton Water Works.....

    .....rode there today with a friend who used to live near me in Mountain Top, PA. Really enjoyed the trails. Twisty, rooty, rocky, flowy, and very well layed out to take advantage of some great terrain features. We got in a 11.7 mile ride with only one small (.2 mile section that we touched twice). Sutton Water Works.....-image.jpgSutton Water Works.....-image.jpgSutton Water Works.....-image.jpgSutton Water Works.....-image.jpgSutton Water Works.....-image.jpg My thanks go out to whoever built and maintains the area. It looks to me like a huge amount of time and planning went in to the designing of these trails. By the way also really liked the minimum amount of trail intersections, this makes for a great uninterrupted ride. Ride on!
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Sutton Water Works.....

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    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSkisMontana View Post
    ...couple more pics.
    Shrooms and beer..a good ride indeed!

    Always manage to endo when I ride there for some reason.

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    Sutton is definitely one of my favorite ride spots. I've been meaning to ride there all summer, and JeffSki's inspired me to make the trip today. Covered 13.6 miles, think I hit just about all of the singletrack in there.

    I tend to skip Sutton because I drive past other ride spots on my way there, but its definitely worth it. I too like the minimum trail intersections, keeps the ride moving.

    Thanks JeffSkis!!

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    Sutton is awesome! Nice pics too...there definitely aren't enough pics posted on the local forum!

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