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    Good mtb trails are approx half way between Chicago and Toronto?

    My friend lives in Oak Park IL and I live in Pickering, Ontario up here in Canada. Where can we meet roughly half way between, or roughly equal driving distance from each other, not too crazy far, that has plenty of really good singletrack mtb trails? Would probably camp and ride a second day to make it worth while. Any ideas?

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    Fort Custer Michigan, then do Merrell Trail, then do Yankee Springs. You can camp at either Yankee Springs or Custer (I would recommend Yankee, lakes, less bugs etc-). Go to this site for more info BTW, it would be about 380 miles for you. Honestly anything closer would land you right around Detroit, we do have some decent trails (Pontiac Lake, Poto) but I would recommend the first three with an extra 2 hrs drive for you

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