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Result for New York : 218 trails found
Blue Mountain Reservation
Peekskill, New York
Several short trails create a loop of about 10 miles of single track and fire road. At this distance you can do it twice. Figure out a loop and then do forwards and backwards. Some sections are technical. How to get there: From Peekskill take Route 9 to Welcher Ave. The park is located at the end of Welcher Avenue. Additional Notes: Be aware of the summer admission fee.

Blue Mountian Reservation
Peekskill, New York
The best place to ride in the NYC metro area. Only 1 hour from midtown Manhattan. How to get there: Take route 9A North to Welcher Avenue. Make a right off exit and road will tkae you right into the park.

Calverton, New York
This ride is great for beginners. There's not a lot of obstacles or scenery here, but it's a good opportunity to get your feet wet on some singletrack. Most of the trail is just zig zaging back and forth over tree stumps with no hills or anything of interest. How to get there: Rte. 25 in Calverton next to the Wading River motel

Cathedral Pines
Middle Island, New York
Developed by CLIMB, Long Island's premier mountain bike club. Twisting, rolling, sometimes rough and tough, but fast trail through woodlands. Very gratifying. Several nice downhills. How to get there: LIE (495) from NYC area to exit 64 (Yaphank). North to Cathedral Pines County Park. Parking fee if the ranger is there, free if not.

Caumsett State Park
Huntington, New York
Nobody knows for sure how many miles of single track there is in the park but one thing is for sure, you can ride single track here all day. You will find smooth turns and technical sections. Basically something for riders of all abilities. How to get there: From Huntington take West Hill Road North out of town, cross the causeway and look for the park entrance sign/entrance on your left. ...

Chenango Valley State Park
Binghamton, New York
Some really good trails for the intermediate mountain biker. Comes out halway around the lake at a very nice vista. At the vista you can cross into second woods for some really good steep technical riding. A couple of good descents and a couple of good, short climbs. How to get there: Take Interstate 88 to Exit 3 (castle creek?) Take a left at the stop sign at the end of the off-ramp and...

Clove Lake Park
Staten Island, New York
Beutiful ride with plenty of deli's around to stop at for hydration and nourishment. The bugs could be annoying sometimes and some tree trunks across the trail pose a threat for some beginners. One trail great for downhill enthusiasts and some dirt jumps and ramps for people in search of some tricks. Some trails are a little narrow so be careful. People like to run on the trails also so...

Dryer road
Victor, New York
Amazing hiking park that allows the mountain biking crowd too. It is sort of set up like a ski area but for bikes. Unload bike in lot, climb to the upper fields and pick your addiction. Cut backs, s-turns, decents, hill climbs. Just a really nice park with lots to do for a day, and will have you coming back!! How to get there: Additional Notes: Come ready to...

Dryer Road Park
Victor, New York
Most trails in Dryer Road Park are singletracks and I mean SINGLE! Very tight turns on many trail as they zig-zag. A good variety of easy, intermediate, and advanced trails. Most are marked so you know what to expect. Not much mud from what I found. Gravel pits near by so ground likely to drain well. There is a 'skills area' with a few jumps. Looks like they are adding to that area. ...

East Woods
Ithaca, New York
East Woods includes awesome single track with many latter bridges. How to get there: Ithaca, NY. Ask folks at the Bike Rack.

Erie Canal
Lockport, New York
The trail follows the Erie Basin Canal through Lockport, NY to Rochester, NY. You'll see a lot of history and cool small towns. The ride is fun for the whole family and fishing all the way! How to get there: western NY all the way to albany erie canal turns into mohawk river along the NYS Thruway 90

Erie Canal / Cayuga County Trail system
Weedsport, New York
Part of the Erie Canal towpath. Extends from Buffalo to Albany (never went that far). The section I ride between Jordan and Port Byron through Weedsport is mostly flat with extremely scenic views and minor offshoot snowmobile trails branching off. How to get there: NYS Thruway to exit 40. Right on Rt 34 South into Weedsport. Right at light on Rt 31. Travel roughly 3 miles untill you come to...

Fahnstock Stillwater Trail
Putnam Valley, New York
Great out and back trail with rocks roots, and tree trunks. Killer climbs with some great downhill. From campsite off rt.301 it is a fast ride to view of stillwater pond (on left) then the trail gets hairy with rocky downhill and some climbs to more of the same. When you get to a road (pudding street) cross it and the trail continues along the Taconic to some more great downhill. Eventually...

Finger Lakes Trail
Watkins Glen, New York
Located in the Ontario County Park, you'll find super cool single. Be prepared long and technical climbs to the end with a screaming return though dense forest and spectacular views of the gorge. How to get there: From Naples take County Road 64 past the junction with County Road 21. Just after the intersection, you will see the sign for Ontario County Park. Turn left into the park and...

Genesee Valley Greenway/Rochester to Caledonia
Rochester, New York
A hardpack trail with some gravel. This section of the Genesee Valley Greenway runs through Livingston and Monroe counties in New York. How to get there: The trail begins in Rochester at the Genesee Valley Park. Contact the Friends of the Genesee Valley Greenway at 716-658-3174 for more information. Additional Notes: A multiple use trail. Be cautious of other trail users.

Glacier Ridge
Selden, New York
An awesome singletrack with plenty of tight turns and ups and downs so hold on tight. How to get there: Its at the Brookhaven town hall look for the windmill

Glenwood Cemetery
Geneva, New York
This is a great trail for intermediate to advanced riders. There are many steep technical trails and fun obstacles. It is very well maintained and used often. How to get there: From route 14north you will find the cemetary on your right. keep going past the main entrance, go through the side. Just ride around until you find a trail. Additional Notes: Do not ride this trail in the wet...

Goose pond Mtn State Park
Chester, New York
Mostly narrow single track with main fire rd. which is partially paved. There are a few hard to find trails so keep your eyes open. How to get there: Rt. 17 to the Oxford depot Exit (128). Fire road is almost directly across the exit ramp on 17M, make left park on left across form park entren. Additional Notes: Watch out for bears.

Gore Mountain
North Creek, New York
Lift serviced in gondola. Great on those rainy days! Ask locals for hidden trails if your are brave enough. Almost as much sick stuff as Plattekill. Fast single track down ski trails especially "Showcase". Ask locals where last years dh race course was laid it. I understand that there is also a great xc course there. How to get there: Exit 23 on rt87 (Northway) north on 9 to north...

Grafton Lakes State Park
Troy, New York
Grafton Lakes State Park offers several trails to choose from.You'll truly find something for everyone. The park offers rides from easy dirt roads to very technical singletrack. Explore and you're bound to find a section you can't get enough of. How to get there: Approximately 20 miles east of Troy, NY on route 2. The park entrance is a couple of miles east of the town of Grafton. The park...

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