Anybody know where I can get a map of the trails at Stewart Airport. I'd like to check it out this year but don't know any of them and I'm not too fond of gettin lost. thanks for some help
Shut up and ride
Originally Posted by Mr Soul
try this place
I've been there once and loved it. The problem is the 2 hr drive each way.
Go in there and explore. If you are afraid of getting lost (which is very possible in this trail), then you should get a GPS with a bike mount. It will get you to your car when you need to and you can map out the trails in the woods. Have fun!
There's a group ride there for all levels on June 12th
C.L.I.M.B. eNews Flash - June 2005
Below are two nearby events that you are sure to enjoy.
For those of you that missed the May 15th trip to Blue Mountain
here's your chance to check out this great riding venue.
The Westchester Mountain Bicycling Association lead a great ride
on the 15th, don't miss this next opportunity to ride with the
'locals', and show support for our fellow mountain bicyclist.
Sunday, June 5th
Fat Tire Festival
Blue Mountain Reservation
10:00 AM til 5:00 PM
Rain or shine
For Race Information, email WMBARACE@yahoo.com
The WMBA Fat Tire Festival 2005 is our tenth annual celebration
of the sport of mountain biking. It's a day of fun events, prizes
and riding. It's also a great way to help support Westchester
County Friends of Parks. It's all these things and more
For more detail see www.wmba.org
Sunday, June 12th
The 6th annual Stewart Buffer Bike Tour
BIKE THE BUFFER
On Sunday, June 12th, SPARC is hosting the 6th annual Bike the
Buffer Tour at the Stewart State Forest (aka Stewart Buffer
This will be a day when mountain bike enthusiasts from beginner
to advanced can join together for fun, and at the same time,
support various local charities. This year SPARC will be making a
contribution to the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
There will be three entry classes: Beginner/Family, 9 miles;
Intermediate/Experienced, 16 miles; Advanced/Experienced, 18
miles. Lunch is included and those who pre-register will receive
free T-shirts. Trail maps will be provided.
The Buffer Lands are a self-contained public open space area
(7,000 acres) with numerous country roads and beautiful vistas,
all closed to road traffic, perfect for the whole family. It is a
gem for off-road biking and listed in many biking publications.
If you haven't experienced the Buffer Lands, now is the time.
Join the thousands of bikers who have been heading to this
special site for years. Come "Bike the Buffer"!
Contact: Ralph Grimaldi, Event Coordinator (845) 496-9487 for
more information or visit our web-site at www.sparc.info.
maps and info here: http://www.frontiernet.net/~sparc/
That's all for now.
Safe Riding & Happy Trails!
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