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Pretty bumpy with no huge hills. Lots of places around here to ride, too so it's a great exploring place!
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Trail Directions
In Barberton ohio, next to some train tracks. On Wooster road.
Trail Length
varies(depending on which route you take)
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Review Date
January 16, 2001

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Matthew , from Barberton

This trail does have a name. It is the Erie Canal Path. It begins on Snyder Ave. in Barberton and ends on Manchester Rd. in Coventry. It is an all flat trail that has some bumps in it but nothing major. If you start at the train tracks on Coventry Rd. near the B&C factory and turn right, you will end up on Snyder Ave. It isn't very long. If you go left, it is longer and has a few more turns along the way. They recently paved part of it in 2000.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
The trails across the Barberton Stadium name are called the "Billy Goat " trails because of the high ledges and sharp turns. It is very rocky and sandy in places. It is a great place to get a quick rush. Experience is definitely needed.

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Review Date
December 21, 1998

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Joe , from North East Ohio

This track is great.....pretty fast all around and parts of it though are pretty rocky. Some tight turns too. Mud accumulates very heavily in a couple places around the trail.

Recommended Route:
Take the trail on the left and follow it past the train tracks.....turn around and on your way back there will be the same path you took and one to the left....the one to the left is a little longer.....there is a ton of routes to take though so go exploring!! E-mail me if you want to ride the trail with me sometime...

Other recommended trails in the same area:
There is some hidden stuff like behind the Magic's football feild on Shannon road.......go exploring!

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