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    Novem fugit.
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    What trails are near Bridgewater, NJ?

    I just got a new contract that will bring me to Bridgewater about one
    week a month for the rest of the year. What trails, if any, are
    closest to there? I mostly ride the rough, rocky, ledgey (if that's a
    real word) trails around Austin, TX, but i'll ride (or run) *anything*
    at all. Any links or pointers would be very much appreciated.

    thanks in advance,
    Eric
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    Chimney Rock/WVP is in Martinsville which is a section of Bridgewater. it's a good place to ride. Sourlands & Round Valley are both within 30 minutes. Check out this directory for more info:

    http://www.mtbnj.com/directory.php

    Post up when you get here & someone will show you around. The NJ mountain bikers are actually very nice people.
    Jersey Off-Road Bicycle Association- Advocate, Educate and Conserve
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    WWW.MTBNJ.COM

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    Chimney Rock fits the bill if you're looking for rocky.

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    You hit the jackpot!! Bridgewater is in the middle of a slew of great trails. These guys tossed out some, Chimney Rock is right there, Round Valley, Sourlands, 6 Mile Run are all within 30 minutes. Within an hour you can ride Hartshorne, which has an ocean view, Diablo DH, or a ton of other places. You are going to love it. Lucky dog. Someone post that NJMTB link with the map with thumbtacks so he can see how many close trails there are.

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    Novem fugit.
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    Thanks for all the responses.

    Sounds like there will be plenty to ride. Thanks for the links and suggestions.

    (BTW, i always figured NJ-ers were great folks; my wife's from Englewood.)

    thanks,
    Eric
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