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Old 02-06-2018, 04:50 PM   #85
montcalm
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Originally Posted by Bounder45 View Post
Rochester has multi-use trails, which aren't exclusively built for bikes, normally made up of gravel and or pavement.
http://www.mygroc.com/

Please show me which of these multi-use trails is gravel or pavement.

Again, I don't think you really know what you are talking about in regards to off-road biking, so let's leave it at that.

I'd encourage you to get out to any of the places listed on that site and walk around and see what they look like.

As far as how this affects Boreas Ponds, we are far off topic here, and my only interest is whether or not the road will remain open to snowmobiles and motor vehicles. I have a slight interest in if the state will allow an exception of mountain bikes in a Wilderness area, but by no means would I ever advocate bikes riding on current hiking trails. Even most snowmobile trails and some old roads are not very suitable. I believe I said that already.
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