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    LBI trails

    I will be on vacation at my favorite place LBI first week of September. Any trails near by???

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    Allaire State Park and Wharton State Forest are good choices.
    Check www.JORBA.org | JORBA - You Dig? and mtbNJ.com for details on these two trail systems and other nearby locations.

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    Re: LBI trails

    Are those trails pretty flat?

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    LBI trails

    Quote Originally Posted by nyfan78 View Post
    Are those trails pretty flat?

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    Yes. Fun enough to take the hard tail for a spin. Nothing technical or strenuous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nyfan78 View Post
    Are those trails pretty flat?
    yes. flat. no rocks. full rigid SS is probly the fastest way around Wharton & Allaire. Wharton is apprx. 30 min from LBI, Allaire 40 min.

    Clayton and Hartshorne are two alternatives that are non-flat.

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    Re: LBI trails

    Awesome thanks guys! If anyone wants to meet up that week a couple times a week during the morning or evening let me know.

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    Re: LBI trails

    Now when you say flat descripe flat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyfan78 View Post
    Now when you say flat descripe flat.
    As flat as the South Jersey Pine Barrens. Which was, at one time very long ago, at the bottom of the Hudson River.
    Wharton trail varies about 10' elevation. Allaire maybe 3 or 4 times that. Its difficult to make a mountain out of sand.

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