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      The Rayburn Trail Network in Millbury, Massachusetts, is a masterclass in New England style forest trails! With close to 20 miles of tight, twisting and moderately technical trails packed into a surprisingly small area, Rayburn is one of the best kept secrets in the Blackstone Valley. Challenging but not over the top, the emphasis is on fun, surprise and anticipation. The compact trails make outstanding use of the abundant natural features of the land and relatively large elevation changes are brilliantly designed to make it feel surprisingly easy. Nothing on these trails are exceptionally hard, but taken together Rayburn is a solid and enjoyable workout.

      The best part of the Rayburn story, however, is master trail builder, Scott Nelson, who has designed, built and maintained the trails since 1992. If you encounter him on the trails, stop and give him a high five,

      The ethos of Rayburn is respect for the trails, other riders, hikers, trail runners and seasonal hunters. If you enjoy the trails, contact Scott and offer to give a hand. And in hunting season, please respect the hunters' rights. This is a shared use area and our access is dependent on our conduct as a mountain biking community.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      eBikes Allowed: No
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      Access Info:
      While there are numerous access points to the trails, the most popular is from under the power lines at 12 Rayburn Street, Millbury. If you go up the Access Trail under the power lines, 80% of the trails are to the right and 20 % to the left of the trail. About 100 yards up the trail there is an obvious crossing from where you can access the trails ( named for the Three Stooges and related themes) on both the right and the left. Trail signage is skimpy but look for small brown signs about 10 feet up in trees 10 to 15 feet into the different trails.
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      Caution on Aug 19, 2018


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