Saddle Brook/Ridgewood Park - Trail, Saddle Brook/Ridgewood, Jersey

Saddle Brook/Ridgewood Park - Trail, Saddle Brook/Ridgewood, Jersey

DESCRIPTION

Consists of Ridgewood, Saddle Brook, and Glen Rock Parks all interconnected by bike/walk ways. Doing a paved loop will run you ~8-10mi. There''s a small terrain section tucked away behind trees in the Glen Rock Park (enterance is around foot bridge along stream going to Ridgewood) its''s short but good for beginners. Two other kiddie dirt loops tucked away in other two parks. Best time to go is in early AM and evenings (the area can be congested with peple at times). Recommended for beginners and kids.

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[Jun 17, 2011]
MannyL358
Weekend Warrior

For a good look at this place take a look at this video. http://www.videotrailreviews.com/SaddleRiver

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[Oct 23, 2009]
jkmacman
Cross Country Rider

This park is better suited for running, but I take the mtb here when I need a quick fix.

There are some dirt trails, but the grove trail is always under water. A couple of nice moguls built by some kids.
http://connect.garmin.com/activity/16802914 It aint colorado but its close (to work and home) ;thumbsup;

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from home i park at rail road ave (rochele park) from work i park near route 4

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[Jun 24, 2009]
Powderboard
Cross Country Rider

The oark offers over 16 miles of paved teails and some multiple sections of single track. Tyhe trails are not technical and would recommend them for 1st time riders, others will definately be bored

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[Oct 28, 2006]
Steve
Cross Country Rider

I actually stumbled across this little setup over the summer when I was taking a ride with my girlfriend along the paved path. It was built by a bunch of kids I suppose lookin for some fun. it kinda resembles a mini motocross course. A bunch of jumps, one nice sharp downhill curves, etc. Id say it all covers an area of about 100 ft by 100ft. Its nothin huge, but it was fun to goof around with for a bit.

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