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    Who's riding this weekend and where?

    who's riding at all this weekend in greater Boston area?

    where's a good spot that has fun fireroads, so me and my buddy don't ruin the singletrack (and get ourselves totally bogged in what will probably be a ton of water and mud)...

    or have you heard of some single track that is in ok shape?

    thanks

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    Most places on and around the cape should be dry this weekend. That might be a little out of your range though.

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    I was riding today in Weston Woods and the train-tracks are totally flooded and so are the swamp trails. 6 mile loop in Lincoln was the same. I also stopped by Turkey Hill in Wayland and the trail is now a fast flowing stream. The low lying trails around here are gonna need more time.

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    i will be at pinehills sometime on saturday... place is usually really dry no matter how much it rains it is up on a giant hill so it drains really well.

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    There's a pretty accessible group ride going down tomorrow morning at 9 at one of MA's best trail systems..

    Batchelor St. Starts from the B st. parking lot

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    I rode Otis today and the Cape is completely drained and mud free. A few blowdowns left but other than that trail conditions were great.

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    Any dry places within 20 miles of Cambridge MA?

    I would like to make it out on Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning. Any recommendation for dry areas around Cambridge MA? I am thinking of Belmont conservation?

    Best,

    John

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    im gonna ride some of my secret trails they never get flooded
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    Just rode Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro today with some friends, it's full of mostly dry singletrack, just a touch of mud in low spots here and there. fire roads a little wet here and there, nothing impassable. Definitely worth the trip from my house in Belmont- only took about 40 mins.

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