Greenwood - TRAIL

Greenwood - Trail, Beverly Farms, Massachusetts

The best four season riding around. Varying trail conditions based on weather. A great place to ride during/after a big rain storm. Lots of rolling hills. It is approx. 2.5 sq. miles with approx. 10-15 miles of trails.

User Reviews (5)

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Eric Herbert   Weekend Warrior [Sep 06, 2008]

I rode this for the 1st time yesterday and it was pretty amazing. A lot of fun, steep ups and fast downs, there are many, many technical trails. You could get lost back there for hours.

Customer Service

Park at the entrance on Greenwood, do not block gate, ride about 30 yards and look for a trail head on the right, after the McMansion, then follow the orange route to the red.

Similar Products Used: Gordon, Manchester.
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HC Newbie   Weekend Warrior [Sep 14, 2006]

These trails have it all. Fast and technical downhills, drops ranging anywhere from 3 to six feet, tough uphills, and tight single track. You will never find too many people as not many people know about it. Simply stated, a jewell. Anyone from beginners to the more advanced are sure to enjoy their time here.

Customer Service

enter via the green gate at the end of greenwood avenue. Trails aplenty!!

Similar Products Used: Gordon
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RideFaster   Weekend Warrior [Mar 11, 2006]

Most of the trails are skinny, techicnal, and a lot of fun. There are 3 really good trails here, but, I'm very bad at giving directions, so I won't even start. This place is awesome. You will see people on 6 inch bikes who do some of the 3-6 feet drops. Then, a lot of the time I see people on rigids, XC hardtails, and 3inch bikes. So, yes, anyone can ride these trails, some are more difficult than others. Meet someone who rides here a lot and your a good friend with. I go to a MTB camp in Beverly in the summer and we ride here about 2 times a week. But in the spring+fall, I do not ride here at all.

Customer Service

Sorry, I'm bad with this sort of thing.

Similar Products Used: Lynn woods, Gordon, Bruce+Tom's, Sally Mulligan, Tall tree/???. Bradely Palmer, Breakheart, many more.
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Jim P.   [Sep 21, 2001]

If you park at the top of Greenwood Ave off Common Lane, ride down the trail until you hit the other green gate (Webster Street?). Before you hit the other green gate, (within 20 yds) you'll see a small little trail to your left. Take it as it looks like your heading into someones backyard. Go up and up to the right. Holy technical!!! Single track all the way out to Rt. 128. Thick forest and pine everywhere. It will eventually hit a fire road. This place is a secret on the Norht Shore and is not traveled much. As for the rest of this area, you can stick to the main fire roads like Wood and Boulder Lanes for some easy riding. The fire roads are not too technical and either run out to another residential road or out to Rt. 128.
You'll be thanking me!
Jim

Customer Service

Park at Greenwood Ave off of Common Lane. Head on into the woods. Fire Roads are easy. Read below for a great trail.

Similar Products Used: Tall Tree Drive Woods in Beverly
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Mike   [Nov 20, 2002]

See my detailed review for this and other trails along with my GPS-generated maps at

http://24.147.58.236/sheahome

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