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p.1 #1 · Biking with Canon DSLR?



Hello Guys..

not really sure where to put this inquiry. Do you guys know where's the best CAMPGROUNDS in TRI-STATE area ( and also in MAINE ) with scenic BIKING trails?... or a paved biking trails?

I want to do biking with my Canon DSLR then go back to my campsite after sunset.... anyone here did this?




Jul 22, 2012 at 09:54 PM
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I am not sure which "TRI-STATE" area you are referring to (that would help). There are many bike-specific organizations and bike trails you can find with simple searches on the web. If you want some more leisurely bike routes check out "rails to trails". These are typically railroad beds converted for biking or run alongside active railroad beds.

I've taken my Boy Scout troop on a few cycling trips in the last few years. Nothing overly strenuous (I'm in my 60's) and we have biked in and out of a few states in the northeast US. It all depends on what you want, in biking, camping and scenery.



Jul 24, 2012 at 12:52 AM
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by the way you can take a DSLR off path/road too.

http://www.railstotrails.org/ourWork/whereWeWork/northeast/index.html



Jul 24, 2012 at 02:13 PM
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p.1 #4 · Biking with Canon DSLR?


eaglescout wrote:
I am not sure which "TRI-STATE" area you are referring to (that would help). There are many bike-specific organizations and bike trails you can find with simple searches on the web. If you want some more leisurely bike routes check out "rails to trails". These are typically railroad beds converted for biking or run alongside active railroad beds.

I've taken my Boy Scout troop on a few cycling trips in the last few years. Nothing overly strenuous (I'm in my 60's) and we have biked in and out of a few states in the northeast US. It all depends on what
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I am in northeast.... NJ,NY & CT I meant.



Jul 29, 2012 at 12:28 PM





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