Oneonta, NY. A riding destination?

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3 years 9 months ago #44498 by Jon Sundquist
Jon Sundquist replied the topic: Re: Oneonta, NY. A riding destination?
They have a lot of events there. I am on the Binghamton club's e-mail list and get a lot of notices about rides there.

Area map for trails there:
www.thisiscooperstown.com/files/public/O...inBikeTrailGuide.pdf

County Tourism page on MTB'ing with individual trail maps:
www.thisiscooperstown.com/outdoors/biking/mountain-biking

We are trying to work with the Cattaraugus Co tourism folks for more stuff like this. So far, all they have is this:
enchantedmountains.com/activity/mountain-biking

Mostly another mug shot of Dennis, plus links to our maps on the website. Pretty cool, but we should develop even more.

OK, now for the real question: How's it going in Jackson Hole you ski bum?!

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3 years 9 months ago #44497 by jrss13
jrss13 replied the topic: Re: Oneonta, NY. A riding destination?
Great find!

I like to brew beer and MTB

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3 years 9 months ago #44496 by Garick
Garick created the topic: Oneonta, NY. A riding destination?
www.pinkbike.com/video/345062

Part 2 of 'FROM WHERE WE STAND' focuses on Oneonta, NY. Looks like some fun trail that probably nobody really knows about. Cool to see what they have accomplished in NY state and that the county is a supporter of the movie. The whole project is pretty cool, actually. Check out part 1 at Mountain Creek bike park too.

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