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    Who would ride groomed fat bike trails in NW CT?

    Hey all. Just curious if there is a solid contingent of fat bike riders that would make the weekend trip to ride snow groomed fat bike trails in NW CT? Would you be more likely to do so if these groomed trails were well marked, had over 6 miles groomed regularly, and at a brewery?

    My trail company is currently building trails at a new farm brewery in Colebrook CT, and although the trails won't be open to the public until late spring/early summer 2019, we're considering opening some to fatbiking this winter. Will certainly be able to make a stronger case for it to the powers-that-be if I get some support on here for it. =)

    Also, feel free to DM me for info on the brewery and trails.

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    Sounds fabulous! I'd certainly partake.

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    I would make it out at least a couple of times.
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    Sounds like a great idea. I love winter riding, and also fresh beers from the small breweries. Problem for me is that I live on the other side of the state. Too far away to be a regular, but would definitely check it out couple times per season.

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    Not far from me in the southern Pioneer Valley, I'd be down to head out there for some groomed snow.

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    I grew up in the NW corner but do not own a fat bike. I will look forward to a ride on those trails in the spring though!

    Hoping to make it out to the brewery in the next week or two.
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    I personally know at least 20 people from Berkshire county that would find their way there at least monthly.

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    Yes i ride with a small group (3-4) and would make the trip from central CT.

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    Colebrook is just over an hour from my house and I'm looking from groomed fat bike trails. Sounds awesome!

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    Yes! Just got a fat bike and was hoping to find some groomed trails nearby, I'm in Simsbury. Brewery is icing on the cake!\

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    Count me in. Been riding the local NWCT MTB trails this winter and would love to visit your brewery for a ride and a beer. Groomed snow trails would be a great destination for NWCT! When is the brewery (and trails) opening?

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