A prominent corporate executive with more than 30 years of leadership experience, William Deyesso serves as chief executive officer of Royal Administration Services, a Massachusetts-based company that manages several automotive service plans. Outside his professional pursuits, William Deyesso supports local businesses and is a member of the board of directors at Hobbs Tavern and Brewing Company.
Situated in an idyllic 1885 barn at the base of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Hobbs Tavern and Brewing Company offers classic comfort food, handcrafted beers, and live entertainment to friends, family, and the local community. Hobbs Tavern and Brewing Company hosts monthly events that include Paint Night with Doodlin’ Di.
Paint Night with Doodlin’ Di is facilitated by local artist Di Spaulding, and has been a successful recurring event at the tavern. Local customers enjoy an evening of delicious food, wine, beer, and cocktails while embracing their creative sides in a two-hour painting session. The event is held on the second floor of Hobbs Tavern accommodates 25 participants, with a ticket price of $30 each.
Outside of work, William Deyesso enjoys staying active through a range of physical activities. William Deyesso remains especially passionate about mountain biking. The Boston metropolitan area is home to a number of excellent trails for mountain bikers. While far from exhaustive, the following list highlights some of the area’s best places for mountain biking.
1. Catamount Ski Area: Riders who want a thrilling downhill experience need not look any further than the Catamount Ski Area, which has tracks of varying difficulty that will keep both intermediate and expert riders engaged. All of the trails are single track and littered with both natural and manmade obstacles, such as launches, bridges, step-ups, and ride-overs.
2. Callahan State Park: Featuring single- and double-track gravel and dirt terrain, Callahan State Park is kept fairly challenging through natural roots and rocky sections. While the trail is mostly great for intermediate riders, some sections become very technical, so riders should exercise caution.
3. Blue Hills: Blue Hills Reservation encompasses 7,000 acres of land with an overwhelming number of routes. Riders have access to single-track trails and fire roads. Rocky and sandy sections add some difficulty to the ride, but trails are largely customizable. For that reason, Blue Hills is great for a short jaunt through the woods or an extended, challenging ride.
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