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Whether you want to do it competitively or simply discover some good sights and experiences, amidst breathtaking sceneries, mountain biking is a truly rewarding activity. When embarking on this rich off-road experience, it is important to have the right equipment with enhanced design to increase performance and durability, so you can get through even the roughest terrains. Mountain biking can be broken down into various categories. This includes cross country, all mountain, trail riding, Free ride, downhill, dirt jumping, slope style, and trails.

Mountain biking trails are abundant almost everywhere in the world. In Massachusetts alone, you will find more than 60 different mountain biking trails that span 2 up to 20 miles. You don’t even have to go further than Milton, Foxbrough, and Farmingham to find an exciting mountain biking experience. The following are three of the best mountain biking trails recommended by avid riders and experts alike, you will find more of these kind of spots and locations through resources that specialize in great extreme sporting destinations:

1.    Blue Hills – Blue Hills trail can be found in Milton. The top elevation is about 675 feet. This trail is considered moderate to difficult, and terrains change ranging from paved roads to snakes, rutted double, and single tracks.

2.    F. Gilbert Hills – This state forest can be found near Foxbrough City, with a trail length of up to 10.6 miles. Expect up to 483-foot elevation gain, with a top elevation of up to 400 feet. Large boulders, sharp elevation changes, and loose sandy soil make this trail extra challenging.

3.    Callahan State Park – If you want to bring the entire family along, this 6.8-mile trail is an excellent choice. It can be found near Farmingham City. It is open year-round, with most of the trails classified as moderate.

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