August 30, 2018
This place is about as fun as it gets for Long Island riding. At 12 miles, it's quite extensive for the area where it is located. There's a lot of flowy, sometimes twisty, trail packed into this spot. CLIMB has done an excellent job building, maintaining and expanding these trails. However, they are a bit liberal with the black diamond designations throughout Long Island. The black diamond sections here, like most other LI trail networks, are appropriate for most intermediate riders, with basically no technical features to speak of. However, the flow of this place, and the speed you can carry, makes it a real gem. The intersections can be a bit confusing your first few times here, as all of the "black diamond" loops come off of the main trail and return behind where you left the main trail, meaning you re-ride a small section of the main trail. What's good about this is that it is easy to repeat a loop if you want. Over the years the sandy spots in low lying areas have gotten a bit more extensive. This is a must-ride when on LI.