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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +395/246 ft
Total: 85 riders
 

Mountain Biking Yudicky Farm

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#14 of 114 mountain bike trails in New Hampshire
#1,359 in the world

I'd call this an Intermediate area, nothing terribly technical, but the trails are very nice! There's some good climbs complimented by some fun downhills. Overall a good place to hit a ride after work, or to get your feet wet.

First added by schwei on Nov 21, 2011. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
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  • 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 Route 3, take exit 1 west on Spit Brook Rd. Split Brook will turn into E. Dunstable Rd. then Lamb Rd. Take it until Lamb Rd until Ridge rd splits off to the right and take that until you reach Main Dunstable Rd (111A) and take a left. Go about a half a mile and you'll see a softball field on your right. Park there and ride away!
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  • Harry Haller

    I like these trails esp. since they can be reached from the Ayer to Nashua bike path. You can combine paved trail with single track.

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  • optic
    *****

    Some fun tech and some nice dirt jumps! If your looking for a nice lunch ride it's the place to go.

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  • Rick Bone

    I was wondering if anyone can tell me where the mini jump section is, i cant evem find maps while out there, i park at south area

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  • SarahBrown
    *****

    I love it here! So much fun. Very well maintained trails with lots of fun features. Not a while lot of climbing. Some moderately technical stuff, some easy beginner stuff. Plenty of fast and flowy stuff.

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  • RD603
    *****

    I live in concord and just rode these trails for the first time last weekend. I will definitely be back as often as possible. These trails are full of features giving you plenty to do. Teeter totters, drops, jumps, a drop in, and the trails are very well maintained. I can't wait to go back!

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  • Rigormortus
    ****

    Rode Development trail to Salamander to Inchworm to Barbwire. Not too much elevation change, just lots of twists and turns, burmed corners, roots and rocks. The turns are far enough apart that you can get decent speed and rhythm. The difficulty in these trails is intermediate. Overall a total blast! Can't wait to go back.

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  • Dmaxpwr
    *****

    I tried out Yudicky Farm this weekend and loved it. There's all types of riding terrain. Some sandy spots that weren't to much fun, but most of the trails I tried were very nice. One of my favorite trails was Barbwire, very tight and twisty. Trails are well maintained but not marked too good. Nice place to ride, can't wait to go back.

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  • Brian Hepburn
    ****

    Tried Yudicky for the first time today. Great riding. Could see people of all skill levels having a good time here. Barbwire trail was my personal favorite. The only drawback was the amount of sandy terrain in some parts of the trail system but these areas could be avoided if necessary. A lot of wood plank ramps added makes it more challenging. I could not find the famous tree or the beaver dam, even with my trail map but like any trail this place would be much easier to navigate on a second trip. I got "lost" a few times but there's not much danger of being stranded because of the size of the area. Good ride. Will be repeating often and looking for more.

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  • lampshade1
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    I went riding there today !! It's a cool place. We went pass development and past kiosk. And hit the trails there. And there was some rock crossings but where is the teter totter and the more stunt stuff ?? I've seen videos of them but couldn't find it. Is it on some other trail ??? Thanks

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  • turfguy88
    *****

    Love riding here. The barbed wire trail is nice tight and flowy. Go across the street and there is some really nice technical riding with some great obstacles. Definitely recommend checking this place out.

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  • **

    Sand. Everywhere. A lot of the trail has been torn up by ATVs, large parts of the trail are entirely sand. The dot trails are still okay. There's also a makeshift pump track out in the meadow, which can be fun. * Review edited 9/7/2012

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  • dan_slloan
    *****

    the barbed wire and development trails are tight , twisty and have a good flow. tough for novices but doable. the lovewell pond side is bonier with alot of stunts much tougher

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  • schwei
    ****

    Fun after work ride! Nothing too technical, but worth checking out.

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