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    Where to ride Friday afternoon??

    Took the day off friday to go riding. Picked up riding again last year, but progressed pretty quickly. Picking between Landlock, Willodale and Harold Parker. Since its early in the season would like to get some flowy stuff going and not kill myself climbing. I also have a tendency to get lost, even with a phone. What would you recc for an intermediate rider looking for some flowy stuff to start the season?

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    Id go with the LLF. Hard to get lost. From the parking lot, head up the power lines and take the first left and then right at the bench. Continue all the way towards route 3. Then just ride in a CCW direction and enjoy.


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    Ride the notch in the Holyoke Range.

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    Reports are LLF and Willowdale have had more trees/branches/debris cleared than HP. Still a work in progress at HP for some of the more remote sections.

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    Not far from LLF are Russell Mill and Billerica State Forest, which can be linked with just a little road. Billerica has a bit of climbing, but not a ton. Both are very nice, relatively flowy, and have tons of nice features, some of them very big, most of them optional.

    Either one on its own is more fun than LLF, IMO. Both of them together make one of the best rides in the area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangur View Post
    Not far from LLF are Russell Mill and Billerica State Forest, which can be linked with just a little road. Billerica has a bit of climbing, but not a ton. Both are very nice, relatively flowy, and have tons of nice features, some of them very big, most of them optional.

    Either one on its own is more fun than LLF, IMO. Both of them together make one of the best rides in the area.
    Went to Russell Mill last year, and loved it. Prob will try landlock tomorrow as Im looking to ease into the season..Thanks for all the feedback y'all. Will report back results.

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