So Long Island may not be the most mountainous of regions but that doesn't mean there's not some fantastic mountain biking available. Whether you're already into biking or are looking for a new way to exercise outside, read on for the best places to ride in our area.
Just last year I played Atlantic Golf Club, Gardiner’s Bay Country Club, and Noyac Golf Club. Both this year and last year I had to pass on a chance to play Sebonack (I couldn’t quite swing the price tag on that one), and I’ve played the Maidstone Club on multiple occasions. Who am I that I get to play Long Island’s premier courses on a yearly basis? The short answer … nobody special.
Longtime East End surfer (and NextStop contributor) Gary Joyce calls Ditch Plains Long Island's version of Hawaii, and it's considered one of the east coast's premier surfing spots along with Cape Hatteras, N.C. Elite surfers in the area and from all over come out to Ditch. What makes it so special?