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While New England is known for our tight, rocky, and technical terrain, there’s no shortage of trails for riders of all levels in our region. 

Whether you’re looking for a skills park, epic all day rides, or some glacial rocks to get up and down, there’s something for everyone as you make your way through the states in the northeast. 

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With 6 chapters, Connecticut is a small but mighty state for mountain biking in New England. Head to Rockland Preserve in Madison for a destination day on the bike or NW CT for a ride on a NEMBA signature trail grant network at Nassahegon State Forest.

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Wide open spaces where outdoor recreation is a lifestyle, Maine delivers the goods. Home to the Carrabassett Valley and some of the most epic rides and scenic days you’ll find in our region, and also Portland with an urban scene and access to some of the best trails and beers!

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Massachusetts is the proud origin of NEMBA and home to Vietnam, the NEMBA owned property where you will find some of the most rad stuff around. With 11 chapters you can bring the kiddos to West Hill Dam skills park or head out for a weekend on the Cape, where the trails are as good as the seafood.

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New Hampshire

It’s the granite state for a reason. You’ll find the White Mountains delivering some of the best riding in New England. The Brattleboro Keene area is home to one the best skills park/pump tracks in the area, and head out to Franconia to find some long days in the saddle.

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Rhode Island

They may be the smallest state in the US but Rhode Island is packing it full of killer trails. You can put your toes in the sand and then hit Woody Hill. Want the rock rollers and technical features, Diamond Hill is for you – this state is not just beach chairs coastline.

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Check out our friends and partners VMBA – while we share common goals for mountain biking in New England, they’ve got the info on the Green Mountain State