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NY - Rocky Point - Long Island Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures - Review By L.I.S. (Long Island Steve)

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Directions - Take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 66, Sills Road.  Follow Route 21 North for about 4 miles past Route 25 (Middle Country Road).  Continue North for about a mile.  Just past Whiskey Road, about 300' on the left, you will see the metal gate and parking area.  This is the main parking area.


Description -   This is a sweet one way singletrack loop.  The main loop is 12 miles and easily done by the beginner.  There are additional diamond loops of no more than 2 miles that have some great technical riding and some 15 to 20 foot rollers.  There is also the West loop which is about a mile or so from the beginning and about 4 miles long.  The total miles with the West loop and diamonds is about 20 miles.  This is probably one of the best marked trails I have ever ridden.  Seriously sweet singletrack with some great straights for some serious speed.  This is a very popular trail so help is usually not far away.  This trail is very well maintained by C.L.I.M.B. (Concerned Long Island Mountain Bikers).  Map available at:

GPS Info:  N 40 54.678'  W 72 56.516'

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