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Level: Advanced
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +287/286 ft
Total: 78 riders
 

Mountain Biking Lincoln Woods

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#3 of 18 mountain bike trails in Rhode Island
#1199 in the world

Lots of technical single track as well as some double track and a paved loop around the lake. Good for most riders.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
From 146 N or S get off at "Breakneck Hill Rd." Exit, and go east on rt 123. Lincoln woods is about 3 miles down on the right. There are signs.
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  • Stuffed
    *****

    Alan's Decent and Asian Girl are two of the most fun trails to ride here. I bike the no name 12 trail up to the trailhead, and swing my way down into the paved roads, where I bike back up to the trail head. Super rocky, technical trail features. I recommend pads and a full face if you are sending it on these obstacles

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  • JLafleur
    ****

    Some tough climbs and quick descents. Not a lot of elevation here, but if you're willing to climb there's a couple of different options down. Intermediate to advanced with some expert spots. Lots of rocks to roll, drop and Climb.

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  • Louis Hall
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    Was a fun place to ride. Super technical and reminded me I need to work on technical skills. The park hits heavy and is feature after feature though and for an advanced rider would be much more fun than for and intermediate rider. One other thing is that the park offers a huge amount of interconnected trails and seems that it would be best to ride with someone who knows best routes.

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  • Bob Ryan
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    Don't let the « smallness » fool you here. Single track trails offer some short, but steep'ish climbs with many technical aspects. I think, only having ridden once, a good tactical approach on trails north of the lake, is to take double track trails to the high ground and then duck into the single
    Track for some fun-flowy quick downhill rides. Watch out for sudden drops. Trails down by the lake generally flatter and some rocks for sure. Overall lots of fun, a good grind if not in terrific shape, fun network. It pays to know your way around to get the most efficient mileage the park has to offer. I'll be better prepared for this park next time around. 58 yr old in 3d year of riding.

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  • Bob Ryan
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    Don't let the « smallness » fool you here. Single track trails offer some short, but steep'ish climbs with many technical aspects. I think, only having ridden once, a good tactical approach on trails north of the lake, is to take double track trails to the high ground and then duck into the single
    Track for some fun-flowy quick downhill rides. Watch out for sudden drops. Trails down by the lake generally flatter and some rocks for sure. Overall lots of fun, a good grind if not in terrific shape, fun network. It pays to know your way around to get the most efficient mileage the park has to offer. I'll be better prepared for this park next time around. 58 yr old in 3d year of riding.

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  • Mr Mojo Risin

    Dude I love your vids. Stumbled upon them a few weeks ago and subbed. I was the guy who ripped on your choice of Frederick Watershed music. Love the conten, keep it up!

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  • Mr Mojo Risin

    Dude I love your vids. Stumbled upon them a few weeks ago and subbed. I was the guy who ripped on your choice of Frederick Watershed music. Love the conten, keep it up!

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  • Jimmy Christensen
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    Copy and paste the link below for an awesome highlight video from Lincoln Woods in Lincoln, RI. Lincoln woods is an awesome spot no matter what level of rider you are. This 627 acre park seems a bit small, but you can explore for hours! There is a main double track that goes around the whole pond and the single track trails shoot off of that all over the place. Many of the trails are XC with plenty of climbing, but we found some epic enduro style trails that are 2-3 minute runs with a ton of big features, jumps, and drops. Definitely a must visit if you are looking for riding in RI. Enjoy the video and let me know what you think! I post new videos from different spots in the Northeast every Monday, so be sure to subscribe for more! Link: https://youtu.be/Xp0_GSRFw4k

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    • Mr Mojo Risin

      Dude I love your vids. Stumbled upon them a few weeks ago and subbed. I was the guy who ripped on your choice of Frederick Watershed music. Love the conten, keep it up!

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  • johnfxkeating
    *****

    Stay on the marked trails, the unmarked ones are like double black diamond slope style stuff it's insane

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  • johnfxkeating
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    Stay on the marked trails, the unmarked ones are like double black diamond slope style stuff it's insane

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  • belzenbeck
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    LW is my local spot. Spent much of the winter hiking all the North side Singletrack
    Four main ridges start high in the west and flow NNE with trails cutting across the main descents .
    Lots of flow,big drops,major slick rock slabs,nice berms.DH theDT for some speed then crank and crank back to west side pretty good elevation gain but very rideable.
    Easier loops with some rock gardens down by lake north end not much climbing .
    Equestrian paths on far west side by Rt.146 are off limits.
    Have fun, look before u leap is the rule here.

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  • Christopher M
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    Just got done riding here, trying to get some rides in before the first big storm of the year. I entered the park from the RT 146 side and parked as soon as I got past the guard shack. From there you can look for different trail heads going off the main paved loop. The trails themselves are a mix of single and double track with some slick rock and drops thrown in. I advise going the someone who knows the trails. RI NEMBA has regular rides here throughout the year as well as a fun ride around thanksgiving.

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  • Rypoc
    *****

    I've ridden trails all over NeW England and now consider this to be my favorite network of trails besides the awesome riding in Vermont. This had everything ranging from casual fire-road riding to few decently long downhill lines with great, well carved jumps and berms.

    The variety and extent of trails is immense. Most trails aren't listed on maps. You just need to start finding trail heads and exploring to get familiar with what's out there. Bring plenty of food and water so you can really get a good ride in while exploring. There are two major trails maintained by NEMBA that are marked by GREEN and YELLOW arrows. Check them out but don't be afraid to stray in order to find the awesome side trails as well.

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  • Chris Daniels
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    As far as in-town park loops go, LW is sweet. What I find most fun is exploring. Went there several times on own or with other people new to area and it is such a good time trying to navigate the different off chutes and features. As previous have said, surprisingly a lot of big rocks and steep sections, but nothing you can really open up on and maintain speed.

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  • *****

    Such a fun place one you get to know some sick trails just wish there was a trolly!!

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  • *****

    LW is my regular mtb spot. I can do quick 30 minute rides or spend 3 hours mixing up different trails and sessioning drops and rollers. Lots of fun!

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  • *****

    A great place to ride. Lots of slick rock to ride on, drops, jumps, rollers, crazy downhills. Very easy to get around and lots of different trails to ride.

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  • *****

    Best ride in mass worth the hike for sone nasty downhill

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