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Nearly 40 people turned out late last month to give a few popular trails off Hurricane Mountain Road some general maintenance during a White Mountains chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association trail work day.

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When did roundabouts come around? I first encountered one in 1977. A friend and I were driving from Virginia to Keene. We were looking for Antioch University. According to our paper maps (no GPS then), and directions, Antioch was close to Keene’s Central Square.

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After a long winter and a slow spring, many of us wondered if it would ever get warm again. We’re wondering no more. The last few weeks have been brutally hot and humid! It appears the “dog days” of summer are upon us.

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On the last day of his 14th year, Bartlett’s Shea Mulkern was hammering down Attitash in the valley’s only downhill race series called Megabowl.

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ALBANY — The 18th annual Mt. Washington Century Ride to benefit Tin Mountain Conservation Center will take place on Saturday, July 27, between 6 and 8 a.m. Bikers of all ages and abilities are welcome to ride this dramatically scenic 40, 80 or 100-plus mile ride around the base of Mount Washington.

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It was our first campout of the season and the first-ever for our 6-year-old grandson, Iver (McMurdo-Minnich). We wanted a campground that offered lots of activities and amenities. We could do without hook-ups but thought flush toilets and showers would be nice. The youngest camper had two t…

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Not too long ago, when there weren’t any mountain bikes, 50 years ago, bicycles were made to go on roads, mostly paved. They had tires, brakes and geometry suited for that type of travel. But then, riders started going “off-road” and found their bikes not well-suited for rough riding.

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Western Maine’s Mahoosuc Region on the New Hampshire-Maine border is a playground for outdoor lovers. Hikers know about them because of the challenges of the Appalachian Trail with its notorious toughest mile. Skiers and snowboarders relish them while carving down slopes at Sunday River and …

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Looking for a place to ride with your family this Fourth of July weekend? Want a place that’s low or no traffic, relatively easy riding and scenic and shady? Try riding the gravel roads of the valley. There are many choices from National Forest service roads to town dirt roads and old loggin…