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does anybody know the the best college for a mountain biker to go to? like a college close to great trails or something? thanks in advance
Wouldn't the reputation of a college's major be more important?Torch_racing said:does anybody know the the best college for a mountain biker to go to? like a college close to great trails or something? thanks in advance
You are correct which is why the choice should be Penn State-tednugent said:Wouldn't the reputation of a college's major be more important?
I was really close to going to Penn State, State College....jmmorath said:You are correct which is why the choice should be Penn State-
biggest party school in the US!
I went to University of Montana about two hours away in Missoula. Bozeman has a pretty amazing MTB scene. Single track out your door and Big Sky mountain is about an hour away for lift access riding and great skiing in the winter.Torch_racing said:lately montana state has really been pushing for me but when you look at their site it's not very infomative on biking conditions and stuff
I heard Lafayette is better...... just poking at the rivalryroxnroots said:If you've got lots of money/decent grades and want to be within two hours of NY and Philly, look at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA. Tons of technical rockgarden-filled PA singletrack a few minutes ride from your dorm room. The whole university is literally built on the side of a mountain. Good business/engineering programs - large Greek system.
Or check out a school where they spell "friends" correctly. Your signature line has a couple of misspells.tednugent said:Wouldn't the reputation of a college's major be more important?
they advertise for the party school.Torch_racing said:i like the idea of a good music scene (i've been a singer longer than i've been a biker)
but it seems every site i go to doesn't show anything about their involvment in the mt bike community. whats up with that? if had a college right on the mountain i'd advertise the hell out of it.