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    A.J. Hudacs rides over exposed roots on the Northern Loop trail at Bradbury Mountain State Park. He enjoys the convenience of the trail and will often ride after work. But he wonders about the future of the trails. “The trails were a great initiative by the original creator,” Hudacs said. “I hope there are continued efforts to maintain existing trails.”

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    Ryan Kane, left, of Scarborough and Jake Barrett of South Portland ride on Knight Woods Trail, on their way to O Trail, one of the more challenging and heavily rooted trails at Bradbury Mountain State Park.

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    Lanzo Trail is considered an intermediate level mountain biking trail at Bradbury Mountain State Park, but has some tricky spots where there are roots and rocks to get over or around.

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    Ryan Kane of Scarborough grabs his gear from his truck before heading out to go mountain biking at Bradbury Mountain State Park.

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    Mountain bikers ride along Link Trail on the east side at Bradbury Mountain State Park.

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    A group of mountain bikers head out Link Trail on the east side at Bradbury Mountain State Park.

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    The O Trail at Bradbury Mountain State Park is one of the more challenging single-track trails with many roots and sharp turns.

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