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    PennyPack passion with the family

    yes i have nurtured a whole clan of mtbers

    http://savag123.homeftp.org:8081/mod...view_album.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkeith
    yes i have nurtured a whole clan of mtbers

    http://savag123.homeftp.org:8081/mod...view_album.php
    your link is bad, hrm

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCBob
    Hey Keith,

    How did you like PennyPack? There are some really good trails there if you know where to go. - Bob

    it was ok, but not worth the stress getting there on the other hand it was a good place for my 7 year old (who had a blast) to learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejoe
    your link is bad, hrm
    wierd i just had someone else try it and it worked. try again if that doesnt work i'll post another link

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    How did you like PennyPack ?

    Hey Keith,

    How did you like PennyPack? There are some really good trails there if you know where to go. - Bob
    Sir Dabs-alot

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCBob
    Hey Keith,

    How did you like PennyPack? There are some really good trails there if you know where to go. - Bob
    works now! yeah! How'd the kids like the ride? Anyone make it up the hill after the underpass? You know the one...

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    You didn't ride the best trails!

    Quote Originally Posted by bigkeith
    it was ok, but not worth the stress getting there on the other hand it was a good place for my 7 year old (who had a blast) to learn.
    Keith,
    If you rode the main "fireroad" wide trails along the creek you missed out on the best trails. There are miles of real singletrack there. It may not be the Wiss, but not all that bad of a ride.
    Sir Dabs-alot

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejoe
    works now! yeah! How'd the kids like the ride? Anyone make it up the hill after the underpass? You know the one...
    i dont reemember it

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCBob
    Keith,
    If you rode the main "fireroad" wide trails along the creek you missed out on the best trails. There are miles of real singletrack there. It may not be the Wiss, but not all that bad of a ride.
    a little fireroad but mostly single track

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkeith
    i dont reemember it
    After you park(if you park at Pine), go out to Pine road, go across the bridge, the trailhead is right after on the right. You take a lot of flat trails then go under an overpass, right into the steep.

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    i agree with the other poster,if you get off the main trail there are a lot of nice trails in pennypack,on both sides of the creek.i grew up on rhawn street so i spent my childhood on a bike in that park and i know it well.you just need to explore a little.

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