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Rochester Area Mountain Biking
KeithB wrote: When are you moving to Rochester? There are a lot of options for riding here, depending on what type of riding you want to do. There are many nice neighborhoods that are walking / biking distance to downtown as well as trails with a wide range of rents. Tryon can be linked up with surrounding trails to do 20+ miles of singletrack if desired. PM me with details or look up Full Moon Vista bike and stop in and ask for Keith. The shop is currently located in a loft district downtown, but we are moving to the South Wedge (neighborhood just south of downtown) at the end of the month. I live in the Park Ave area, which is a 1-2 mile ride downtown and 2 miles from Tryon. It's a popular neighborhood for young professionals.
I am starting my job February 28th and will probably be moving within a week or so. I will have to stop in and check out your shop, thanks for the help.
Swain is about 45 mins closer and I am pretty sure they will have DH there this year.
The mygroc website has a lot of good info on it, thanks.
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There is no or, you're going to lose it.
Their website stills shows mtb as a real option with lift servce for you DHers with big bikes.
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