Gravel ride?

#1
Anyone have some info on a mostly gravel, maybe some road, loop to ride while the trails dry up?

looking to get some distance in as well so trying to stay away from 5 mile loops.

Any advice or GPX tracks would be greatly appreciated!
 

pearl

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#3
Where are you located? You can get your fix on dirt/gravel in the Sourlands, or Bedminster/RV area.
 

jackx

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Where are you located? You can get your fix on dirt/gravel in the Sourlands, or Bedminster/RV area.
Yeah, definitely depends on where you live or how far you want to drive.
What @pearl said. There is a (fairly) large area of gravel roads in Bedminster, in the Larger Cross area just North of Route 78. Spook Hollow Rd, Long Rd, etc. You can ride gravel almost all the way up to Chester on Pottersville Rd.

I find 25mm tires to be a bit too narrow for these roads.
 

pearl

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Yeah, definitely depends on where you live or how far you want to drive.
What @pearl said. There is a (fairly) large area of gravel roads in Bedminster, in the Larger Cross area just North of Route 78. Spook Hollow Rd, Long Rd, etc. You can ride gravel almost all the way up to Chester on Pottersville Rd.

I find 25mm tires to be a bit too narrow for these roads.
I only rode 25mm on them!