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Keene and Killington Area MTB Trail Maps


Being an off-road bike focused shop means we care a lot about our communities' mountain bike trails, bike paths and rail trails. Helping maintain them, offering advice on how to get to and ride on them and providing knowledgeable advice to our customers on which is best suited to their interests and skill levels.

We are also fully committed to improving our communities' health through cycling, a life-sport that helps people, of all ages, get out into the environment (year around!) to stay active and fit.

In addition, we are actively working towards creating MTB destinations in our communities with the RideKeene initiative well on its way.

These destinations have proven, across the country, to improve the quality of life, attract new businesses and employees and grow the local economies





Keene Area Trail Maps

With over 8 miles of rail trails and 40+ miles of single track within the city of Keene, it's not too much of a stretch to imagine it becoming a Northeast MTB destination with the potential to create economic growth for the city. The first step to make this happen is to name the trail system. To this end, we initiated a community program to create a name for the combined mountain biking available within the city of Keene.

The program involved local business and land owners, the local chapter of the New England Mountain Biking Association (NEMBA-BK), Keene Parks and Recreation, Pathways for Keene, Monadnock Region Rail Trail Collaborative and Greater Monadnock Collaborative.

The name was chosen to be RideKeene and Keene Parks Recreation has completed an economic development study that will help us reach the full potential these beautiful trails offer our community.


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