Trail is Dry
on 8/20/13 by MTBnoobie
 
  
Clifford Park
Avg Rating: (4.40 out of 5) 5 trail reviews
Difficulty: Intermediate bike trail - Intermediate
Length: 4 miles Global Rank: #738
Tread: Doubletrack Configuration: Network
Ridden: 3 Wishlist: 4
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Description
Beginner / Intermediate



Network of trails, some single track, some double and ATV. Easy to access and great for an afterwork ride if you are in the area.

added by Ares0311 Granny Gear on April 30, 2010

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MTBnoobie on August 20, 2013
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Review: Great place to ride! With a variety of fun trail!

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Berd on May 28, 2013
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Review: Good Times! Just hit Clifford Park after work. Without as much daylight as i was planning to have, i had to make a pretty quick run, but its easy to see that there is a little something for everyone here! Can't wait to get back when I have more time! Trails seem clear, and it looks like there is plenty of interesting single track to explore.

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Jamisbiker6 on December 18, 2012
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Review: Nice slow trail fairly rocky slows you down but really works your skills i enjoyed this ride! Will definately go back!

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MJFOct3177 on April 1, 2012
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Review: I been riding this trail for the past few years since moving to Biddeford. I have to say that my first impression of this trail was awesome. For those just starting out there are some pretty easy trails. There a some pretty advanced ones as well that include drops, rutt's,ledges and technical rock climbs and descents. If you only been to this trail once or only a few times it's hard to tell, but there are many,many technical single track paths to choose from. Many need to be walked first so you know what your getting yourself into. I stated out riding this trail on a Specialized FSR Comp. Once I learned of how difficult some of the lines can be I decided to upgrade my ride to a Giant Reign X1. But no worries there are trails for all MTBR's

* Review edited 4/1/2012

Similar Trail: Bradbury Mt. in Freeport.

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ffinkler on September 25, 2010
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Review: Great easy ride, some areas have lots of rocks which could be a bit challenging for the novice biker to navigate.

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