I'm getting back from CA tomorrow and I'm planning on hitting the Batchelor Street trails on the weekend. It's probably slicker than snot out there, but as long as there's no ice on the rocks it should be cool...I've been gone for three weeks so I really have no idea. If you're in Holyoke, B Street is 15 minutes across the river. Send me a PM if you're down.shitbirdbicycle said:...and wondering if there's anyone who rides trails in the winter and if so which ones? What are the good shops to go to? If anyone is doing or knows of road rides in the area I would be interested in that too. Thanks.
Took a hike down there this morning. It's not great, and the parking lot and most of the doubletracks are still covered, but the singletracks are surprisingly clear. It looks rideable, as long as you don't mind pushing through the snow now and again. Plenty of bike tracks too...I'm going to head back tomorrow and try to ride it.smelly said:I'd be real surprised if batchelor street was rideable. It's most likely a hard, slushy mightmare. Please let us know if it is not.