Although September and October mark the end of summer, it is by far the best time to take a step back, relax, and enjoy some time in the woods. Through the Fall V2 attempts to articulate this transition as well as the true essence of riding in Vermont. Enjoy.
Created by Henry Miles//Skyline StudiosWebsiteRiders:
Title image by Ryan Thibault/MTBVT.com
This video was AWESOME but you could produce a very, very, very similar video in MA.
Not to mention, growing up riding in MA has prepared me for nearly any type of riding. Areas like Lynn and Vietnam have been known to throw around some really solid riders.
Lastly, I live in the dead center of MA and I can walk out my back door, hop on my bike, ride 30 seconds through a trail in my woods, cross one road, and I am at the entrance to a trail system and at the bottom of a 600ft climb (whether I go left or right) that makes for a sick downhill on the way back.... I can also ride out my backdoor and bike for 40-50 miles without being on roads for more than 3-5 minutes total.
2) Standing at the threshold - Deer Tick
3) The way we move - Langhorne slim & the law