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    Hale, Noanet and other tight twisty technical trails

    I rode this area yesterday for the first time. Did a segment called Satans and lots of other very technical riding. It was wet and covered with leaves, so the going was tougher than a dry day, but I got schooled. Hardest 2 hours I've had in a long time.
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    Where in MA?
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    Westwood and Dover area. I entered off Hartford St in Westwood on a small street called Twin Post Rd. Entrance to the trails on the left. Satans is across Hartford from Twin Post away from Westwood center. Highly recommended. We crossed Powisset St as well and went North. You can hit Strawberry Hill in that area. Some of the riding is quite tame but fast and flowy. I would imagine that without a guide it could be confusing and or boring. Strava has a lot of the segments if you zoom into the segment explorer section.
    My name is Chris and I ride a Ripmo now.

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    Batchelor Street trails are about as tech and twisty as it gets.

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