This is a long lost post. We were just getting moving, for real this time. We had no internet or cell reception for a hot spot at Greenwood Furnace Campground. Then my PC went out. So it got lost in the shuffle. But with this years TRANS-SYLVANIA MOUNTAIN BIKE EPIC looming I thought I would drop it.
Even though ROCK is in the name, I thought North Jersey has the rockiest trails that I have ridden so far. I reached out to a local, cause the guy at the shop hurt his back last fall after hitting it too hard on his brand new fat bike. Wider Q factor and chasing around youngsters, he said.
So I show up a little early and and get a warm up in with the president of the local club. I guess Tuesday is the day regardless if the official shop ride is on or not. Most thing are up from the Tussey trail head. Ironically there was enough cell signal for my wife to work a the trailhead while I rode.
I headed back to the trailhead for the arranged time. I was happy to see four single speeds coming off of cars.
Plenty of climbing, be it on fireroad or single track, most of which could be considered a rock garden. Kinda like Wawayanda on the New Jersey's north border with New York, just with more up! The landscape has some spectacular groups of rock outcroppings to navigate