Mountain Biking Southern New England Guide Book

by Paul Angiolillo (Falcon Guides)
Mountain Biking Southern New England  by Paul Angiolillo

248pp/photos/maps
ISBN: 1560447486

Whether you like rolling, scenic roads or rugged, challenging single-track trails, this thoroughly researched guidebook will satisfy you. It contains over 60 rides that explore the best mountain biking in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.

© Paul Angiolillo/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Trails from the "Mountain Biking Southern New England" Guide Book
Displaying trails 1 to 20 of 61.
... Preview: This 5-mile loop links a host of single-track trails and two power-line trails in this sunny, wooded park. The riding conditions vary widely, from fairly easy to somewhat difficult. You begin by para ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Abington, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 5
... Preview: A few miles west of Interstate 95, 25 miles southwest of Providence. Although the area is relatively flat, many single-track trails roll up and down. The roads are flatter. Watch for horseback riders ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Providence, RI - Backpacking,Hiking,Horseback Riding,Mountain Biking - Trail Length:
... Preview: This former railroad bed is now an 8.5-mile multi-use path running through three handsome small towns. By spring 1999, this rail-trail is supposed to be extended another 1.5 miles, to the New Hampshir ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Ayer, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 10
... Preview: In the towns of South Lenox and Monterey, 4 miles south of Exit 2 on Interstate 90. At the beginning of the ride, the trail is somewhat eroded and can be wet. Also, watch out for occasional motorize ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Lenox, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 8
... Preview: NOTE: TRAILS.COM HAS BEEN INFORMED THAT OFF-ROAD BIKING IS NOW PROHOBITED AT BIG RIVER MANAGEMENT AREA. Just off Exit 6 on Interstate 95, about 20 miles south of Providence. Although the area is flat ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Providence, RI - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 10
... Preview: Just north of the town of Winchendon, off U.S. Highway 202, around 7 miles north of Massachusetts Highway 2. The terrain is quite flat, with occasional short climbs and descents. Watch out for occasi ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Winchendon, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 9
... Preview: The town of Groton, about 2.5 miles south of U.S. Highway 1 and Interstate 95. Despite its coastal location, there's a climb of 125 feet in Bluff Point, with several trails and roads rising and descen ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Groton, CT - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 5
... Preview: Topsfield, about 35 miles north of Boston. This is rolling terrain, with many flat stretches and some short, steep climbs and to two hills. This park is also used by horseback riders. When passing a ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Topsfield, MA - Birding,Cross-Country Skiing,Hiking,Horseback Riding,Mountain Biking,Snowshoeing - Trail Length: 10
... Preview: The town of Brimfield, between Worcester and Springfield, about 60 miles west of Boston. Most of the ride is flat, but there are several short climbs on loose terrain. Be prepared for some downhill st ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Brimfield, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 6.5
... Preview: The towns of Haddam and Chester, just off Connecticut Highway 9, 12 miles south of Middletown. You will do some steady, not-too-steep climbing on dirt roads and short, steeper rolling on single-track ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Haddam , CT - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 10
... Preview: At the junction of Rhodes Island Highways 102 and 117, 12 miles west of Warwick. Be sure to give plenty of room to the occasional horse and buggy on the dirt roads. Watch out for motorized vehicles. From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Warwick, RI - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 10
... Preview: The town of Goshen, off MA 112, 15 miles northwest of Northhampton. Several stretches of trail are steep and obstructed-know your limits. You might encounter horseback riders and hikers on the trails; ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Goshen, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 5
... Preview: The towns of Gloucester and Rockport, 30 miles north of Boston. The terrain is rolling, with regular short climbs and descents. Several of the single-track trails on the eastern side of Dogtown are co ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Gloucester, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 4
... Preview: The town of Douglas, in the corner of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. The terrain is relatively flat, with a few climbs and descents on loose gravel. Be ready to switch riding conditions ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Douglas, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 12
... Preview: Town of Erving, just off Massachusetts Highway 2, about 10 miles east of Interstate 9 and Greenfield. Watch out for loose terrain on some of the steeper roads, and some hidden obstructions on the gras ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Erving, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 14
... Preview: The town of Foxboro, 35 miles southwest of Boston. Although the terrain here is relatively flat, there are many regular short climbs and descents. Some of the single-track trails can be difficult-less ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Foxboro, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 10
... Preview: The towns of Freetown and Fall River. This terrain is flat, except for regular short, steep hills on the single-track trails. Be prepared to switch riding techniques from the wide, smooth dirt roads t ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Freetown, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 20
... Preview: Just off U.S. Highway 44, near the Connecticut Border. This terrain is rolling, with moderate climbs and descents on dirt roads, and some shorter, steeper climbs on the trails. Watch for minor obstr ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Providence, RI - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 8
... Preview: The towns of Georgetown and Rowley, about 30 miles north of Boston. The terrain is relatively flat, with a few short steep climbs and descents. Some of the trails and old roads in this forest are occa ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Georgetown, MA - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 5
... Preview: Located in the town of Carlisle, about 12 miles north of Concord, 25 miles northwest of Boston. The terrain is relatively flat, with small hills. Some of the single-track trails have short, steep asce ... From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Southern New England"
Carlisle, MA - Cross-Country Skiing,Horseback Riding,Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 8