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Rocky Neck state park - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
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3 1 1 2 3.75 1 1 4 3.25 3.75
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Update:  Went back for a quick ride, ended up being 7 miles of fun..  A few small natural rock jumps, some tough ups, few rock gardens, few 2 footers and even a 3 footer.  Some fun rock near the water too, but I wouldn't go there if its busy.

Directions - From I-95 take exit 72, right at exit, up hill look for parking lot on left.  Its that easy.

Description -  Pretty nice mix of trails at rocky neck, I was pleasantly surprised.  Some standard park wide doubletrack, some nice rocky singletrack, and a few really nice slab rock sections with a few things to play on here and there.  Nice views of the water, cool wildlife viewing in the marsh area.  Not a bad ride if your in the area - little light on mileage,

Loops - Ride everything

Pre-ride Music:
Total Miles: 7 ish?
Elevation Change Feet - Pretty flat
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AirLine Cycles
2 Barton Hill Rd
East Hampton, CT

Phone: (860) 365-5496

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Restaurants There's a great taco place right up the road.  From parking area, take right, go past highway entrance and look for plaza on left.  East coast taco or something like that.  Great food.
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