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Re: Dryer Rd. 1 year 2 months ago #44614

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Saweeet! :) glad to hear that people are hitting dryer.
Ride fast and look good
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Re: Dryer Rd. 1 year 2 months ago #44604

I rode Dryer on Saturday and the conditions were superb. Early season conditions with lots of sticks, leaves and branches on the trails; I cleared as much as I could. Rode pretty much every trail there. My bike actually came out cleaner than it went in
you just gotta give'r
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Re: Dryer Rd. 1 year 5 months ago #44516

I just moved to Roc from Chautauqua County, and although I miss Harris Hill and the Overlands, Rochester offers some really sweet riding. Seneca Park has some nice singletrack, along with the more well-known places, such as Dryer Road, Tryon, and Irondequoit (East Bay). In addition, I really love the other trail systems in the area, such as the Erie Canal Trail, the Genesee River Trail, the 90 mile-long Genesee Valley Greenway Trail, and, of course, Letchworth State Park.

I am hopeful that within the next 5-10 years, we can build some singletrack near Darien Lake Park.
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Re: Dryer Rd. 1 year 6 months ago #44481

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ATF wrote:
rgunn26 wrote:
Thanks! we needed another reminder about how much better everywhere else is than buffalo.

not what I intended to do. I actually recently moved to rochester from buffalo. The trails here are nice but similar to trails in buffalo.

The only better part is that I am a city guy and there are a few trail systems right in the city so driving there isn't a chore.

I left the ROC not long ago and miss it in someways. You can hit Tryon, West Bay and wetlands in no time at least.8-)
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Re: Dryer Rd. 1 year 6 months ago #44478

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Jon Sundquist wrote:
I think he is refering to soil drainage.

yes, that is exactly what I was referring to
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Re: Dryer Rd. 1 year 6 months ago #44477

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rgunn26 wrote:
Thanks! we needed another reminder about how much better everywhere else is than buffalo.

not what I intended to do. I actually recently moved to rochester from buffalo. The trails here are nice but similar to trails in buffalo.

The only better part is that I am a city guy and there are a few trail systems right in the city so driving there isn't a chore.
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