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21 bakersfield SS Elsewhere Scotto 515 14.6 Miles
22 anne springs Elsewhere Scotto 464 16.57 Miles
23 ganett hill park hardcore 24 Elsewhere Scotto 590 6.82 Miles
24 Warrior Creek Elsewhere Scotto 643 10.56 Miles
25 2011 Ride Of DEATH!!! Allegheny National Forest fat guy 729 55.29 Miles
26 My First 2011 E-ville ride Ellicottville Jon Sundquist 854 16.63 Miles
27 First Hunters Ride of 2011 Hunters Creek Jon Sundquist 737 9.39 Miles
28 east overland trail Eastside Overland Trail Scotto 733 11.76 Miles
29 Jul 2011 Letchworth Letchworth Jon Sundquist 901 37.68 Miles
30 Bootleg Canyon 7/20/11 Elsewhere jrss13 520 16.59 Miles
31 darien lakes state park Elsewhere Scotto 589 9.33 Miles
32 STSII course Sprague Brook Scotto 1006 6.91 Miles
33 Fortch, Frank & Lou in Evil Ellicottville Fortch 789 16.72 Miles
34 race loop Sprague Brook Scotto 671 2.87 Miles
35 race loop 2 Sprague Brook Scotto 725 3.11 Miles
36 Shenandoah 100 Elsewhere Jon Sundquist 510 96.38 Miles
37 RACE LOOP Sprague Brook Scotto 618 2.9 Miles
38 race-loop Sprague Brook Scotto 595 12.53 Miles
39 Thoms October Ride Eastside Overland Trail Jon Sundquist 638 21.08 Miles
40 poplar tent Elsewhere Scotto 446 6.69 Miles

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Mountain Biking is a potentially hazardous activity carrying a significant risk of bodily injury and even death. Mountain biking should only be undertaken if you have a complete awareness of these risks. You can reduce the level of risk by wearing a helmet and by riding within your own skill level.