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I'm from Elizaville NY, and I have found 2 trails that are good for riding, but I have had to make do with riding along the roads and not actually trail riding.
 

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Slim choices there, but Stissing Multi Use Area has some trails. No map that I know of, but the bike club is working on getting more trails in there - we built and marked a trail there with the DEC last year, a total of about 8 marked miles and about 5 unmarked.

The place needs people using the trails to not get overgrown...kind of a vicious cycle that should be broken -nearby are over 1000 acres of connectable public lands, if there were only more active mt bikers (or hikers/runners/etc) in the area to get interested, explore, and work together.

If people want to get more intel on Stissing post or pm...I might lead rides there too -from beginner to epic advanced.

You might also get some info from the owner of the Mt Cow coffee shop in Pine Plains, he's a mtb'er and chef.
 

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you're close to jockey hill

i say don't move you're in a good location. your about 30 minutes to jockey hill kingston ny

https://www.trimbleoutdoors.com/ViewTrip/817959

here's an old school map of jockey hill



if you don't have a gpx i'd recomend a compass, by the way google map says you can gain access via 28, you needs to turn after hess (on 28w) onto morey, then right on sawkill, another right on jockey hill park at cul du sac

here's onteora lake. some one posted it may be more challenging on a hard tail



definately check the fats in cats web site for additional info

if you race a bit here's some info as they have a race at windham & belleayre in august. also Riedlbauer's in sept. is just up the road from my campsite:thumbsup:

https://www.nysmtbseries.com/

fats in cats map
 
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