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Table Mountain is a small overlooked peak in Bartlett with a trailhead off Bear Notch Road. A series of south-facing ledges provide smile-inducing outlooks to a multitude of mountains, including the Sandwich Range.

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Loop rides are a thing of beauty. Start in one place, circumnavigate an area and arrive back where you started. It’s much more interesting than out-and-backs. You get the feeling of going on a journey and the satisfaction in completing the loop successfully. With a good map or two and a sens…

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An estimated 200-plus mountain bikers from across New England attended the debut of the Spring Sender Saturday, a new event hosted by the New England Mountain Bike Association White Mountains chapter.

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“Where can our kids ride their bikes?” is an often heard question at Kids’ Bike Safety Day. Parents want suggestions about safe and interesting places to take their kids biking. Where families can go biking depends on several factors: the age and maturity of the children, their skill levels,…

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Cyclists come in all shapes, sizes and orientations. There are “hard-core” road cyclists, intent on their STRAVA (a social fitness network) ratings and more. Some cyclists are into “touring,” with fully loaded panniers. There’s even a category called “cruisers.” Some cyclists ride pavement, …

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Asking for directions while riding a rail trail is counter intuitive. It seems pretty straight forward — follow the tracks or what was the tracks. But sometimes there’s a deviation.

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When I was a kid, my dad taught me how to ride a bike and drive a car. I remember learning the physical act of doing both, from balancing the bike to learning how to shift “3 on the column.” I’m sure interspersed with that instruction, my dad covered the basic rules of the road for both. He …

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Lake Winnisquam, Opechee Bay and Lake Winnipesaukee are part of a Lakes Region triple play that will knock rail trail lovers out.

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End of April, we finally got out of the valley. Most of the snow was gone from the yard and we were done skiing. It was too cool for biking, so we headed south to find warmer weather. Not wanting to go too far, but desiring an ocean fix, we picked Cape Cod as our destination. Ten years ago, …

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What a beautiful fall we’re having! Dirt roads and single track beckon riders young and old to get off the crowded leaf-peeper roads and enjoy the forest in all its splendor. But fall mountain biking is a special type of riding. It requires consideration of the three L’s: layers, leaves and light.

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Ever since Peter and I moved to Conway, we’ve been fascinated with areas south of us in Chocorua and Tamworth. We’ve been exploring Tamworth’s dirt and paved road options and combining them with off-road routes to make some interesting “Tour de Jours.”