So, I was going to try out the infamously wet 6 Mile Run but the board has advised against it. I'm pretty sure a hanging was discussed if I rode there.I have never been to Clayton before either and wanted to see if it's ride-able today?
noticed that as well - is the snot rocket back yet?The road riding around Clayton is very good also. We sometimes put both bikes in the truck and start with a road ride then have lunch on our return,and follow it up with a few off road laps of the park. A very enjoyable double header.
Ed and Pat Gifford
the Snot Rocket tandem
haven't been up there in 2 years, but a fun spot for sureYou guys have a really nice little trail system here at Clayton! Flowy trails with some challenging climbs and some downhill bombers delights. I took EVERY right hand turn and followed the outer loop on my first go around and then went back in and hit the middle trails. Very well marked. Conditions were superb. Just over 20 minutes from my office in Bristol, PA so I'll find my way back again.
Great quiet area around the park too. Almost forgot I was in Jersey.
would be fun for sure - good luck with your reassemblyIts in transit.Should receive it here by Friday. Helping youngest son and his expecting wife move into new house on Sat. Start the re-assembly process on Sunday and hope to try it out on Monday/Tuesday. If you are not familiar with the roads around Millstone/ Cream Ridge area we have a couple of 30/40 mi cue sheets printed that we would be happy to share with you or you could join us next time we do the double if you wish.
Ed and Pat
The avg. was 20.5, not 20.8. Those tenths make a bigger difference when you get over 19mph.Hey Chris,
20.8 avg for 61 miles is not too shabby. Without knowing your LTHR a 144 avg HR and 154 max means you were riding comfortably the whole time.( compared to my LTHR @ 165 bpm) We ride some of that same loop-Sweetmans lane,Agress Rd, and Assupink MWA. We also extend to the other side of Rt 539. Some good roads over there also. Not quite as rolling. We like the Millstone/Clarkburg side the most. Thanks for sharing.
Ed and Pat