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post #11 of 814 (permalink) Old 01-20-2010, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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I'm going to keep a list in the first post with the links to different locations, potential camp locations, motels, costs, resorts etc.


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post #12 of 814 (permalink) Old 01-20-2010, 02:23 PM
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If any of you VA/MD/DC peeps or anyone for that matter is ever in N. VA let me know. There is a ton of trails behind my place to ride. Lake Accotink area. Some dude built a little mountain bike park in the woods by my place also. Big jumps to drops, some log rides and other stuff. Somewhere out behind the trails at Accotink is a big dirt jumping area that is pretty crazy too. I haven't biked in a long time, but have friends that still do. I got tired of breaking myself and my bike everytime I rode.

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Anyone even contemplating serious DH better be rockin a full sus bike other wise your gonna prolly get broken off. But I'm up from a long weekend of ride regardless.

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I vote Kingdom Trails it just looks awesome.

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What kind of time frame do you all think? Late spring? May?

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late spring/early summer can still be balls cold at night for camping. still, i would rather bike in mild temps than scortching summer temps.

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When will you know what's up with your work situation?

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i will be relocated within 30-45 days. I'm working on not letting that happen. i will definitely know whats up by the end of feb/early march.

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Jim Thorpe has some awesome downhills but there's a lot of pedaling in between them. It took me years to figure the place out.

You guys should check out Plattekill Mtn. NY; plenty of single track and downhill with lift service and real chill camping. I've never seen the place crowded aside from race weekends.
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Snow shoe is crazy because it is always wet...I have been there multiple times and maybe only dry once. It was awesome when it was dry, but that is rare...
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