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So this may become an 8 part video. I did not record some of the journey so I will describe the ride through my writing.
This video is the beginning of the trail riding. Now let me start this story from the top.
We began by camping on the Saco river in the beautiful North Conway, New Hampshire. This lovely town is settled in the White Mountains. Known for crazy rocky and rooty terrain.
Our plan was to ride our Electric pedal assisted mountain bikes to the mountain biking trail head in the Green Hill forest preserve. The trail head is 2.3 miles away from our campsite.
We began our trip right from the camp site, riding with traffic on a main road into the town of North Conway. We rode our bikes in round abouts, we merged into left lanes and in my mind it was a little sketchy but also kind of fun to see the town from a different perspective other than a car.
We finally get to the trailhead after the 2.3 miles. I’m winded and hot, take my jacket off and chill for a minuet, set up the go pro and we see a man running by. He stops and asks us where we are and if we know where a certain trail was. Unfortunately we don’t know much about the trail so we told him we weren’t so sure and wished him luck. He came from Mount Cranmore. That was our first destination goal. We never saw the jogger again, assuming he made it out okay.
We kind of came up with our destination goals along the way. The whole trip was planned last minute and along the way.
This part one video is about 6 miles of our whole 23 mile ride.
So again. The first 2.3 miles was on the road, which is not in the video. This video features the first 4 miles of trail riding. Stay tuned for more adventures and stories from this crazy adventure!