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    Post a picture or two of your neck of the woods

    Let us see the what the nature in your neck of the woods looks like! Please post no more than three pictures.

    I live in Southern New England and I love it!

    We love our Fall


    The ocean is calling


    Lost in Beantown
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    Southern New York State

    I live about 30 miles north of NYC in the Hudson Valley

    Pic1: Times Square
    Pic2: A winter hike near Bear Mountain Bridge
    Pic3: A peak at Lake Skannatati in Fall - Harriman State Park
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    I'm predominantly a fire trail and rural rider, nowadays. I live on the Great Dividing Range near the Murrumbidgee River in the NW of the Australian Capital Territory, on the fringe of the Nation's Capital.

    There are lots of unformed roads, out this way.




    ... and many hills.




    There is a good mountain bike park in town called Mount Stromlo, which I used to ride ... but the hills afford more peaceful riding.




    Warren.
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    My local trail (The Longleaf Trail), in the Point Washington State Forest here in Santa Rosa Beach FL.






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    So Cal is great, but your pics are beautiful!

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    about 1/2 a mile from my house in Cheat Lake, WV (just outside of Morgantown)


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    Quote Originally Posted by huffster View Post
    I live about 30 miles north of NYC in the Hudson Valley

    Pic1: Times Square
    Pic2: A winter hike near Bear Mountain Bridge
    Pic3: A peak at Lake Skannatati in Fall - Harriman State Park
    Awesome shots! Where in the Hudson Valley do you live? I'm in Harriman right across the street from the state park. What trails do you usually ride?

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    The Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trail was the 1st designated IMBA Ride Center located in Crosby Mn with 25 miles of purpose built Flow trail. The CCSRA was abandoned by mining companies more than 30 years ago, this area of former mining pits and rock deposit stockpiles now boasts regenerated vegetation and clear lakes that draw a wide range five miles of natural shoreline can be explored by boat or canoe and anglers can cast a line for trout, northern, bass, crappie, or sunfish. As one of Minnesota's newest State Recreation Areas, Cuyuna's 5,000 acres are mostly undeveloped with additional Mountain Bike trails being planned.
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    part of the ft benning mtb course.
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    I live in the Beaver Valley, just north of Pittsburgh along the Ohio River.

    No moss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodroc5 View Post
    Awesome shots! Where in the Hudson Valley do you live? I'm in Harriman right across the street from the state park. What trails do you usually ride?
    I live in Rockland county. My usual rides include Ringwood, Jungle Habitat, Wawayanda, Blue Mountain, Ninham, Sprain, but I also have found some stuff in Harriman/Steling Forest that is ridable, although not really designated. All my trips are tracked on EveryTrail - Travel Community, iPhone Guides for Sightseeing, Hiking, Walking Tours and more, user name...you guessed it huffster.

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    Phoenix AZ is a great place to ride bikes! Shots taken with a Canon T3i, Tamron 10-24mm, and Rokinon 8mm. Camera now regularly gets hauled on trail rides in a Clik pack.





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    Just one more... South Mountain dusk ride. Ahhhhh. (iPhone shot)


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    Cave Creek, AZ. Awesome trails (unless you hate climbing).
    Please donate to IMBA or your local IMBA chapter. It's trail karma.

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    Near Boulder, CO:
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    Not to shabby living here in Tucson, AZ. We have it all 9000' ft pine forest to lowland desert with those pokey plants.

    Up top.


    Mid grasslands


    Pretty sharp things. This is really home.

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    Thank you all for the great pictures!

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    Amazing shoots..I really like lake in the first post...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DurtGurl View Post
    Just one more... South Mountain dusk ride. Ahhhhh. (iPhone shot)

    Great shot. Reminds me of a shot I got while in Tempe for business


    CRW_8164 by Brian Vibert, on Flickr

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    Here's a couple of shots from my neck of the woods, Fall in CT


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    Is that a muskrat in the second picture?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying-Monkey View Post
    Is that a muskrat in the second picture?
    Nope, that's a beaver.

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    Zuni Mountains near Gallup, NM.
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    Ahhh, I remember birch trees.

    There's some things I miss about home. But not enough to ever get me to move back there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsieb View Post
    Zuni Mountains near Gallup, NM.
    Nice! I once went to a rodeo in Prewitt. And then to El Malpais NM.

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    Off my back deck, near Fort Collins. Bobcat Ridge (Ginny Trail) just out of view to the South and Horsetooth Mountain Park directly to the East.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtn.skratch View Post
    Off my back deck, near Fort Collins. Bobcat Ridge (Ginny Trail) just out of view to the South and Horsetooth Mountain Park directly to the East.
    Wow. I wish my backyard was like that!

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    Vegas baby

    Blue Diamond/Cottonwood/Red Rock area.....no woods here

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    I should be out riding....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
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    Nice, it reminds me of my visit to Bandelier NM. Love that area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beagledadi View Post
    Vegas baby

    Blue Diamond/Cottonwood/Red Rock area.....no woods here

    Matt
    No woods but no rain either. I have to add riding in a desert to my bucket list.

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    There's a light dusting of snow up Pajarito Mt this morning
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    There's a light dusting of snow up Pajarito Mt this morning
    You're about 989 words short of a picture there good buddy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsieb View Post
    You're about 989 words short of a picture there good buddy...
    I've been at my desk since 630AM but I might get a chance to take a mental break at the ski area in a bit.

    edit: it's 70 deg and sunny, so no mo sno.
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    shredding at red hill in carbondale CO. mt sopris in the background
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    Quote Originally Posted by DurtGurl View Post
    Just one more... South Mountain dusk ride. Ahhhhh. (iPhone shot)

    That's beautiful!!!

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    Michaux State Forest near Carlisle, PA.

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    Pole Steeple hiking trail in the same area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huffster View Post
    I live about 30 miles north of NYC in the Hudson Valley
    A peak at Lake Skannatati in Fall - Harriman State Park
    Harriman is great. Long Path. The AT., Pine meadow lake, Lemon Squeezer.
    The other side is nice to. Breakneck ridge

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    Great pictures, thank you all!

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    Schenectady, NY

    Flood from last year



    Schenectady MTB trails

    Yip yip yip nope nope nope

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    BBT/VEGAS.....
    and a pic of our "woods"
    I dig dirt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
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    Flood from last year
    Thank you Hutch! Irene, right? That biatch almost ruined my carefully planned West Coast vacation with my elders last year. Luckily for us, Boston was not hit as badly as you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Thank you Hutch! Irene, right? That biatch almost ruined my carefully planned West Coast vacation with my elders last year. Luckily for us, Boston was not hit as badly as you.
    Yes sir. Millions if not billions of dollars lost in total on the east coast due to Irene.
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    I love those Schenectady trails. Here are some more photos from trails in New York's capital region.
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    Pic #3 - Yokun Ridge. Great ride.


    A couple from last week:
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    Quote Originally Posted by miatagal96 View Post
    I love those Schenectady trails. Here are some more photos from trails in New York's capital region.
    Me too lol I live 5 minutes away from them.


    Are those pics from SMBA? Need to my membership and get up there. Also are you part of Hrrt?
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    I miss the Berkshires. I used to love driving out that way when I lived in E. MA.

    The Mohawk trail was great, and Greylock was always a fun trip.
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    Representing east Texas here... about an hour northeast of Houston in the heart of the piney woods lies Coldspring, TX. Not the most technically challenging trail, but very fast and very pretty.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CBRsteve View Post
    Representing east Texas here... about an hour northeast of Houston in the heart of the piney woods lies Coldspring, TX. Not the most technically challenging trail, but very fast and very pretty.



    I have family in Gilmer and Livingston. Awesome trails!

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    Hutch - the first 2 photos are from SMBA and the last is Yokun (good eye Berkshire_Rider). I'm a member of HRRT. Were you at the race yesterday? I was part of a duo and took some pics while I wasn't riding. Here are a couple from yesterday's race (to those who recommended a flash - I used a fill flash this time in an attempt to get good shots of faces):
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