so i guess we won't be hearing of any blah blah bout how awesome vermont is here. ain't no surf in waterbury.
come to the seacoast of nh for great riding within 15 minutes of some great surf spots. surf anywhere along nh coastline then go beat yerself up at fort rock in exeter where techy singletrack is the rule, some smoothish stuff too. for smoother stuff go to willowdale in ipswitch for kingdom trails quality one track that isn't all blown out and disney fahked.
Surf spots include middle wall around 10th street in Hampton, NH and there are a lot of spots along the Rye coast on route 1A. Riding near Hampton includes Fort Rock in Exeter (15 minutes away), Mt Aggie in York, Maine (30 min), Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham (30 min), Fomba (35-40 min) in Auburn, Bear Brook State Park (45-50 min) in Allenstown, and quite a few others like willowdale state forest, harold parker state park, lowell/dracut forest and lynn woods in Massachusetts. Get here and have some fun. The NH Seacoast can satisfy a lot of variety and needs during both day and night.
Rye Rocks is a good spot as long as there are no more than 8 or so people. Jenness is always a good spot, mostly longboarders like me. The wall is a decent break too. Nice thing is the wall is a good low tide break and Jenness is a good incoming high/high tide break. So you can plan your rides around the tides, and you probably won't be screwed if you miss one. Bring a longboard. The waves have been a bit small (knee high) for most of July.
Also, don't forget about Ogunquit Maine surf with MTB at Mt. Aggie. Enjoy and let us MTB/Surfers know when you're coming. We can show you the trails.
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