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    Cuyohoga Falls over Thanksgiving

    I know there is a good riding scene and a bike path. Would love to explore the area. My question is what is there to ride and which bike? I have a CX with knobbies or road wheels that is great for single track without crazy rocks or road. I also have a rigid SS that I love on single track without mile long climbs. Third choice is my geared 29'er which will get me through anything but I usually save it for really difficult rides.

    What is good to ride around there? Which bike would be the best choice? Thanks.

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    If you want singletrack the closest is going to be the Ohio & Erie Canal trail, but it's only a couple of miles. West Branch is the closest with any real distance, and it's a blast.

    Use this for locating stuff:

    Ohio mountain bike trail map - from Rust Belt Revival Trail Coalition - Google Maps

    There's tons of paved bike trails in the area. Just click "bicycle" button on Google maps.


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    also check out Royalview is Strongsville, and Mohican in Loudonville. Rode Mohican today, and its in great shape. Heard RV is a bit slick, but it should be dry by then.

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    And don't forget Ray's Indoor MTB Park up in Cleveland. Good to go rain or shine.

    Steve Z
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    And paddling when it's wet

    My insignificant blog:
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