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RI - Lincoln Woods - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures

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3 .5 1 Yup 4.2 3 Natural 3.5 3.5 3.99
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Update 2009 - Its been about 9 years since Ive checked out Lincoln woods and boy was I in for a treat!  Lots of fun rock lines, drops, rollers etc..  All in all, high speed DH fun.

Directions -   From CT we took Rte 2 south, to 395 north, to rte 6 East, to 295 north, to 44 east, to route 15 east (hard to find), to route 7 north, to right on Twin River Road, thru rotary, past 146 and right into the park..   But in retrospect I would just take 295 north, all the way to 146 south, then take the twin river exit left into park..

Description -   Lincoln woods is a pretty small park.  The acreage of parking area, picnicking  & roads might be close to the area you are allowed to ride in..  In any case, the rock here is amazing.  Super cool rock lines everywhere in the park - A wet dream for mr smoothie..  There are some pretty techy lines and big natural drops if you know where to look.  Lots of fun lines for the kids too.. 1 footers, 2 footers, 3 footers 4 5 6 7 8..  And.. One log ride.

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