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Bethpage State Park
Avg Rating: (4.17 out of 5) 6 trail reviews
Difficulty: Beginner bike trail - Beginner
Length: 12 miles Global Rank: #1272
Tread: Singletrack Configuration: Other
Ridden: 55 Wishlist: 14
2 trail check-ins
Average Speed: 9.1 mph Average Time: 0hr 53min
 
 
 
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Description
Beginner to Intermediate. Mixed single track and fire roads. Trails are NOT marked but are not too hard to follow. You can also pick up some of the single track along the side if the paved trail from Massapequa to Bethpage

added by LIMTBKR Bunny Hop on January 21, 2005

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nlax06 on November 25, 2011
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Review: Fantastic trail for the middle of Long Island. Trails aren't clearly marked, but they don't need to be because there are a ton. Tip: It's not that easy to get lost, but bring your iPhone just in case. If you download the MapMyRun app you can track your time mileage, and find your way back to the parking lot.

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bikeit420 on September 20, 2007
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Review: Great network riding. No markings but hard to get lost. Some nice technical stuff to be found here. Can connect easily to Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt trail.

Similar Trail: Stillwell, Trailview (Greenbelt trail).

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madaria on July 15, 2007
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Review: This is the first trail I learned to ride on ! Lived in Plainview and you can actually find free parking along the route. I was recently back and borrowed a friends bike to hit the trails again. It has improved so much more over the years.

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Guest on October 23, 2005
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Review: I've done this trail from where it starts in massapequa to where it ends in Cold spring harbour.Excellent ride;scenic,technical in spots,hard and challenging once you hit the plainview section after i 495.Thats where the hills start.Great work out

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LIMTBKR on February 15, 2005
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Review: Lots of trails..not well marked but some challenging sections

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Guest on February 10, 2005
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Review: Nice ride. It can go from very easy to challenging. There is a section called the brickyard and when you go on, you'll know it. There are nice climbs and some bumpy downhillS, and there's even a platform for a sick 40+ foot drop, if you're into that. As stated, the trails are not marked, but it's impossible to get lost. In the winter it's free, but in the summer you have to cough up six bucks for parking. No biggie, it's worth it.

Similar Trail: Green Belt Stillwell Rocky Point

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