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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +443/ -426 ft
Total: 62 riders

Mountain Biking Adams Farm

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#31 of 221 mountain bike trails in Massachusetts
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Trail maps are available at trailhead. Singletracks are found throughout off main fire road. Some sweet fast singletrack available. Hilly trail along power lines. Nothing too technical, just some fast singletrack and climbs.

First added by eastwood on Sep 30, 2009. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From I-95 N take exit 16B toward Westwood. Merge onto MA-109 W/High St. Follow for about 4.4 miles, turn left onto North St. Adams Farm will be on your right a little over a mile down North St. Adams Farm is fronted by a white fence, turn onto the dirt road and park by the red barn.
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  • Stuffed

    Nice and smooth singletrack with some non-technical roots and rocks. A lack of trail features makes this a great beginner ride, and it's always maintained !

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  • kuala_tahan

    Good little cruiser trail network. Pretty quick and rolly, not too hilly. Good beginner riding.

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  • cpjolicoeur

    Awesome trails. Well-maintained and plenty to explore

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  • joat314

    Nice, clean well marked trails. Not to rocky and fun to ride.

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  • Lester W. Brown III

    Well maintained trails. A Power rider's dream course! A few short punchy climbs with a modest amount of rock and root gardens. The power line climb and fire road break it up nicely. One of the most fun courses I've ridden this year. A true gem in Massachusetts

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  • krazykazakh

    I've done the race series here a couple of times. Its fast and not very technical.

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  • PK1

    Some nice singletrack sections. Nothing too technical but you may come across a few rock wall crossings, a few rock gardens, and some rooty areas. Pauly's Pass (I think that's what it was called) was a nice find, felt like I was in the middle of nowhere and then comin across a built feature was nice. A couple jumps and drops were near that but nothing much. Did not explore the other side of the power lines. Rode the white trail and orange trail for a bit. Singletrack is pretty fast but much of it looks infrequently used so there may be layers of leaves and such that make the ground soft and can sap your speed. It's about a beginner/intermediate rider trail probably.

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  • eastwood   ✓ supporter

    Not a very technical area, but a nice mix of trails. Trails are marked well so you won't get lost, much more to explore than one would expect.
    Some fast tight singletrack on the left off the main fire trail (white markers).
    If you take the main trail to the power lines, head left and there is a singletrack off to the left. It's blazed with white paint, quick, twisting, fun trails through there.

    I'd advise that you stay on this side of the power lines as it stays wet on that side long after rain and appears to be a lot of dirt bike use on that side.
    If you follow the power lines to the left and cross over the street, you'll be greated with some steep climbs and descents.

    Lots of wildlife, I've seen multiple deer on each ride. You'll also hear gunfire the closer you are to the powerlines - but don't worry, it's not hunters, there is a gun club nearby. * Review edited 11/7/2009* Review edited 11/7/2009

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