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    Haverford Reserve

    Anybody ride there? Checked it out for the first time yesterday. Found it a bit disjointed. Perhaps I missing something. Any suggested routes/loops would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypermac View Post
    Anybody ride there? Checked it out for the first time yesterday. Found it a bit disjointed. Perhaps I missing something. Any suggested routes/loops would be appreciated. Thanks.
    Never Heard of it. Where is it?

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    I didn't know they allowed bikes on those trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdarnall237 View Post
    Never Heard of it. Where is it?
    9000 Parkview Dr
    Haverford, PA 19041

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clicker1 View Post
    I didn't know they allowed bikes on those trails.
    From Township website...

    "Within and around the Reserve, there are over five miles of walking trails that you can use from dawn to dusk. In general these trails are in wooded areas and have varying degrees of steepness. Their surface is mostly natural or a woodchip mulch. They are largely walking and jogging trails, although the township Parks and Recreation Department permits off-road bicyclists to use them with due respect and consideration of others on the trail."

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypermac View Post
    From Township website...

    "Within and around the Reserve, there are over five miles of walking trails that you can use from dawn to dusk. In general these trails are in wooded areas and have varying degrees of steepness. Their surface is mostly natural or a woodchip mulch. They are largely walking and jogging trails, although the township Parks and Recreation Department permits off-road bicyclists to use them with due respect and consideration of others on the trail."
    Is it worth checking out? Turned off by the Woodchip Mulch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdarnall237 View Post
    Is it worth checking out? Turned off by the Woodchip Mulch.
    I didn't come across any mulch covered trails. Based on my one ride, I would say it's worth checking out if you are close by. It's certainly not a destination spot though.

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    I'll check it out. I work around the corner.

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