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Re: 650B vs 29er 10 months, 2 weeks ago #44375

bluemirage188 wrote:
have you evern been to dryer rd park near rochester? any good?


I hear nothing but good about that place, and I plan to hit it this fall.
The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...

Re: 650B vs 29er 9 months, 2 weeks ago #44430

kb voodoo wrote:
bluemirage188 wrote:
have you evern been to dryer rd park near rochester? any good?


I hear nothing but good about that place, and I plan to hit it this fall.


I had a blast when i went a few weeks ago. It dose seem a bit tame for my liking, but it is well laid out, reasonably marked out, and it was nice to see a variety of folks out riding and or teaching kids to ride. great place to go with some new MTB'ers.

The folks that built the crispy bacon trail must have loved the kingdom trails sidewinder... either way, its was a great time.
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