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    Conservation Area North of Bradford????

    Going by memory here!!!!!!

    North on 400 (well, from TO)
    East along 89 (? there's a Husky truck stop there)
    through Bradford to #11 (Yonge Street)
    North on #11 to the top of the hill
    ...... lost after that. Maybe a right at the top of the hill and East more?

    Been years since i've been, but I remember a loooooong winding downhill gravel road. With a loooooong ride back up. Don't remember anything other than that.

    What is it? Where is it? Is it worth checking out for any trails (besides the aforementioned gravel road)??

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    Coulsins Hills?
    From Toronto, follow the 400 hwy North to Hwy 88, then turn right (east) turn left (north) on sideroad 10. Look for the 11th line and turn left (west). The head of the trails is on the right hand side just before the bridge.

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    No

    Coulsons hill contrary to the name dos not have any hills. It is the flatest place I have ever road and I have covered every inch of it.
    Andrew I don't know where you are talking about but Coulsons hill can be a good place for the first couple of rides in the season because its so flat and we are out of shape. We should meet up and go for ride there soon.

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    You are talking about Scanlon Creek. From what I've heard, no MTB there anymore.

    Man, I've been in this sport for a while. I raced there as a jr.
    MTBR is serious stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheelboy_490
    You are talking about Scanlon Creek. From what I've heard, no MTB there anymore.

    Man, I've been in this sport for a while. I raced there as a jr.
    *DING DING DING* We have a weener!!!!!!! Scanlon, that's the one!

    No riding anymore? That sucks.

    Oh well, thanks for all the help everyone! Appreciated muchly!


    Never been to Coulson's Hill, but from what i've heard it's supposedly only "so nice". Kinda make's me wonder as people have mentioned racing going on there (posts from poor clean-ups last year). If it's flat then I believe JHB's suggestion is a good one. Start small and work up to more. I'll check it out anyways.
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    Coulsons isnt that flat. But yea it doesnt have many hills but does have 1 or 2

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    Are those hills or speed bumps.

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    Hills if your from Ont and speedbumps if from quebec or BC.

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