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GK on 11/27/2021 8:36:45 PM:
How much of the buffalo to Albany ride is gravel and can a road bike do the ride

 
Bop from Rochester on 11/28/2021 10:28:37 AM:
I've ridden my Trek 2014 domane 4.3 for thousands of miles on the canal since I got it. 25mm tires, two flats in all that time. Between Medina and Palmyra my riding area, it's mainly crushed limestone. Asphalt between Greece and Pittsford.

 
Ray (webmaster) on 11/28/2021 12:19:26 PM:
Here's a map from NY State showing which parts of the trail are on-road, off-road paved, or off-road gravel: https://empiretrail.ny.gov/map You'll need to zoom in a bit to differentiate between off-road paved vs gravel. Happy trails!