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TOPIC: Kingdom Trails - any suggestions?

Re: Kingdom Trails - any suggestions? 1 year 11 months ago #44360

i second tap and die and sidewinder. I also reccomend kitchel, and a guide or someone who has ridden there before. there are a ton of trails, and even though you buy the map, its still easy to end up way far away from anyone or anything. also cell service sucks there...
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Re: Kingdom Trails - any suggestions? 2 years 1 month ago #44228

Tap & Die and Sidewinder are my two favorite trails there (ridden downhill).
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Kingdom Trails - any suggestions? 2 years 1 month ago #44220

Heading to East Burke Vermont next week.
Staying at the Bike Barn.

Any must do trail suggestions?
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