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Local Riding

Local Road Route Maps

Salisbury City Park

Dircetions from SU:

At intersection of Rt. 13 & College Ave, make right; take College Ave until N.Park Dr., make left; stay left until you see pavillion.

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Trail Description:

There are close to 10 miles of interconnected trails that go thru the park area. There is a 4 mile lap course that is used for a yearly bike race. Course starts at the Kiwanis Pavillion. Park at the pavillion and go upstream of the river. The course crosses the gravel path on three locations. You can get on the trail anywhere along here. If interested in riding the entire course as it has been set contact the SU Cycling Club or either of the local shops, BikeSport or Salisbury Cycles, located on Rt.13 near the College. There is map of the trails being put together. This is a very good single track trail system. There is a NORBA sanctioned race held each May. This trail can be bad as you like or you can ride around most of the obstacles. There are quite a few of multiple log piles, two creek crossings, and actually a few long up hills and down hills for flatland. This trail is alot of fun and can test even the best riders.

Naylor Mill Park

Dircetions from SU:

Take Rt. 13 North; pass the mall; make left onto Naylor Mill Rd; follow until Parker Athletic Complex; make right; trails on left of parking lot.

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Trail Description:

AT least 5 miles (but always growing) of twisting, winding singletrack. Relatively flat but the trails are made as technical as possible by the locals. The system ultilizes one ridge for as much climbing/decsending and off-camber as is possible. They keep adding more and more fun trail systems. Really fun place to ride. Hands down best place to ride on the eastern shore of Maryland. Great for beginners (every technical section has a beginner option so beginners don't have to walk the course.) For more information about these trails please contact SU Cycling Club or either of the local shops, BikeSport or Salisbury Cycles.