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Discussion in 'Rides, Races and Events' started by gtluke, Jun 30, 2017.
@pooriggy made it first
@UtahJoe creator of some things
Can you find a @woody?
No snowmobile please.
@gtluke front flip
burke mountain climb with @JimN
climbed the fire tower
heading down on upper j-bar
Bob loving the shirt I got him and demanding to sleep with it was a nice end to this trip
Aren't the trails where upper Michigan ends VAST trails?
@gtluke picked mushrooms for @2Julianas but she wouldn't eat them
@Mitch and his mosquito leggins
wheeler walker jr
@JimN makes pasta
last ride at kingdom
last shower at kingdom
last group selfie at kingdom
Not sure. It's been a while since I rode them. A long while. They were at the top of upper or lower Michigan and they somehow hooked up with liberty hill road. They had norba signs on them. It was double track that turned int singletrack with some cool buildups. Probably 5-6 miles worth.
i believe i've said this before, but that bike is beautiful....
Wrecking aaron's home trails.
Post shower shower
Hey, just verifying that all these trails you guys rode in these amazing photos are the marked trails at this bike place... http://www.millstonetrails.com/
If so, definitely adding that as a stop on my 2nd Kingdom trip of the summer!
That's Millstone quarry. It's not near Burke, it's near/in Barre if I recall correctly. You can hit it on the way to or from Kingdom, it's a little off route but not bad.
To get to Millstone from Burke its about 1 hour 15 minutes by car. TOTALLY WORTH IT. When you get there, there is a choice of 2 parking lots and a small country store where you buy the day pass. Buy it, the money goes to maintaining the trails.
Thanks @gtluke and @2Julianas I found the info 5 minutes after I posted the question. Trail recommendations that are a MUST hit when at Millstone?
The whole "desert" side that we ride is only like 8 miles. It's very slow rolling but you just do all the trails. Then jump in the quarry for a swim
Oh, ok. Thanks. I'm up there from time to time. I remember once driving to the end of upper Michigan. It looked more like
Ok, thanks. I'm up there from time to time. I remember driving to the end of upper Michigan and it looked more of a double track. That's what made me think it was a V A S T trail. Good things are happening in the area though. Killington mountain bike club are building new trails on rt100 near Kent pond. And north of Pittsfield in Rochester and Randolph they are also building new trails. The club there is called RASTA.