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    were is this

    so i read stuff on the mass forum all the time nothing is every very existing and we have some awesome trails. so post some pics of a trail you ride and we will try to guess what trail it is. i will start any one know were this is?
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    was it that obvious or do you ride there alot? now you post some pics of were u ride
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
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    duplicate

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    Rayburn?

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    Batchelor street. On Serpentine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smelly
    Batchelor street. On Serpentine.
    Winner winner, chicken dinner. Even named trail

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    good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    was it that obvious or do you ride there alot? now you post some pics of were u ride
    Haha, I ride there almost exclusively

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    let me guess is it some trail with know name near your house
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker662
    Haha, I ride there almost exclusively
    same, have you done the ride from nam to college rock? if not i suggest for a nice cool down ride.
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    Tic Toc, that terrain looks like the on the Cape somewhere. You may have to drop a hint or another pic, that's a tough one

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    OK I'll Play

    Those vietnam ones were easy

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    that looks like some were in ashland
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
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    Quote Originally Posted by tic tac
    good luck
    is that the trail of tears on cape cod
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    that looks like some were in ashland
    nope
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    is it

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    Those vietnam ones were easy

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    Harold Parker?

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    The only hint I'll give you is that that's a Mexican on a bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Circusjunk
    OK I'll Play

    Those vietnam ones were easy

    Where is this ?





    1.) Ribbon Candy in Whitinsville TT Loop
    2.) Goat Hill Lock in Uxbridge
    3.) Power lines roller in Nam ( this one I'm iffy on)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdc
    1.) Ribbon Candy in Whitinsville TT Loop
    2.) Goat Hill Lock in Uxbridge
    3.) Power lines roller in Nam ( this one I'm iffy on)
    1) correct
    2) correct
    3) Wrong , it is in between 1 & 2 , a roller in the sand pit/ behind all the composting hill at blackstone canal

    Mike blackstone canal /ribbon candy would have have been enough of an answer
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    Ok.
    I want to play. Where is this?
    Hint…it might not be a "Mass ride spot." and it'd looking south into CT.
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    Bigelow Hollow.

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    where am I standing here? this should be easy!

    is the post above this the MM trail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wmass
    where am I standing here? this should be easy!

    is the post above this the MM trail?
    You're on Mt. Tom looking over toward the south side of the Holyoke Range.
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    Where is this now defunct trail feature? Really too easy but the next one will be more difficult.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/redwarrior/2562094359/" title="Img_1688small by m2phast, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3151/2562094359_79b9f32ec7.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="Img_1688small" /></a>

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Tom)
    Bigelow Hollow.
    you got it.
    next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwarrior
    Where is this now defunct trail feature?
    "Now defunct?" What the hell, I loved that move!

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    Lameness

    Quote Originally Posted by fat_weasel
    "Now defunct?" What the hell, I loved that move!

    Yeah, some assclown took it all apart and moved stuff to the left. I remember that day from the pic and the little orange newt hiding out in that log... love those little guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwarrior
    You're on Mt. Tom looking over toward the south side of the Holyoke Range.
    thats it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    is that the trail of tears on cape cod
    close enough,Its actually nickerson state park on the cape.Thats pretty impressive
    All work and no play makes "and all no work play"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tic tac
    close enough,Its actually nickerson state park on the cape.Thats pretty impressive
    haha i ride in nickerson some times in the summer
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    how bout

    these ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mello211
    these ?
    nice pug
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    Riding a mtb is like a reset button, 10 mins in and there is nothing else in the world that matters.
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    F. Gilbert Hills

    I think they're in the F. Gilbert Hills in Foxboro.

    Last picture is on the Warner Trail which is great to follow between RI and MA, except on the Audubon's land.

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    foxy.......

    you got it. punk pell rockin his pugs
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    ^^^^^^ I saw that guy on the Pugsley in the parking lot at Foxboro a few weeks ago

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    I'll play.........How about these???? (2 different places)
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    B'land

    Borderland in Sharon...Ridge Trail in the first pic is a great technical but doable...for me at least.

    I'll play once I have some pics uploaded to my mac.

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    Yes, Borderland it is...great place. How about the second pic?

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    Bottom of Twister @ Batchelor Street

    Bottom of Twister @ Batchelor Street. Sucks that it's gone!

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    All Right , A little tougher this time





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    I know! I know! I should I'm in them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tic tac
    close enough,Its actually nickerson state park on the cape.Thats pretty impressive
    I joined the game too late....I would have gotten that one! I ride under that tree whenever I'm in Brewster. Which hasn't been often enough lately. Hoping to make a winter trip some time soon.

    I'll throw these in, from a few nights ago, even though it's not in Mass.


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    Those would be the bridges on Stegosaurus at PHP Rutland.

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    Ding! Winner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circusjunk
    All Right , A little tougher this time





    i think you stumped us were is it?
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