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    Default Trail of Tears

    Anyone have any updates on Trail of Tears conditions ?
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    It's in great shape. Some blowdowns remain on some of the less-traveled trails, but most of the rest is clear. Just watch out for derailleur-munching sticks.

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    Default ToT conditions

    Quote Originally Posted by blacktracer View Post
    Anyone have any updates on Trail of Tears conditions ?
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    Excellent conditions. Ground is generally dry/hard. May find an occasional damp/muddy spot. VERY ridable!

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    Thanks for the updates

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    Rode there on Weds and it was perfect.

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    Is ToT ok for a 6 year old thats a pretty good rider?
    Last edited by chaos; March 30th, 2013 at 03:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaos View Post
    Is ToT ok for a 6 year old thats a pretty good rider?
    Anyone? Thanks...

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    Hard to say. Maybe start at Race Lane lot and head east out towards the Danforth side -- the cow fields near the airport. That stuff is probably the most mellow, though there is a little rooty section on the way over. If s/he does ok there, maybe then explore a bit. I'd stay south of the powerlines for sure as there are hills out there that would probably be too much for a kid.

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    Thanks...good info. I'm gonna check it out that area out before I bring him out there.

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    I'd say West Yarmouth is better. East side of Willow St, park on Higgins Crowell Rd and ride either side by Horse Pond or Little Sandy Pond.
    It'll be perfect.

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