Bedford Reservation

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11.5 Miles 18.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

663' 202 m

Ascent

-664' -202 m

Descent

975' 297 m

High

831' 253 m

Low

2%

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10%

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A great place to learn with enough fun for an afternoon spin even if you've got skills.

Bill Brannon

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The Bedford Reservation trails are singletrack loops that overlap some sections of paved shared use multi-purpose trail. The trails here were designed for novices, but they are still fun for more skilled riders.

The trails are mostly smooth, and travel over rolling wooded terrain. The area is not flat, but there are no serious hills either. There is one small, fun, rocky section near the eastern end. The route follows through the woods so be aware of the roots here and there. The new 2 mile Touch Stone section added south of Egbert Rd is great fun.

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Dec 2, 2016
Danny Dydek
TRAILS ARE CLOSED
Oct 8, 2016
Jerry Flyer
First ride. Got lost, trail is great though 6mi
Sep 18, 2016
Lisa Massey Mansour
Aug 8, 2016
Maxwell Czekala
11.5mi — 1h 09m
Jun 24, 2016
Shawn Thomas
Apr 19, 2016
Mark Sauers
Nice ride with a local well marked pay attention when you come to multi use trail and ride direction fast flow 7.9avg mph 12mi — 1h 31m
Nov 9, 2015
Scott Danish
Sep 7, 2015
Kevin Wirth

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Gonna hit this MTB ride tmrw.. its been awhile Oct 13, 2014


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