School For The Deaf Bike Trail

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AVERAGE RATING
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2.72 out of 5
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Beginner
3
miles

Singletrack
120
elevation (ft)

Network
11
ridden
Trail Description
About this trail
Short, but fun to fly through it
added by pedrotylerBunny Hop December 12, 2009
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Recent Trail Check-ins     (5 total check-ins)
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  bink   on Aug 13, 2016
  bink   on Aug 7, 2016
  jaymat   on Jul 19, 2014
  far4cges   on Jun 2, 2013
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Reviews (17)
 

Bunny Hop

July 23, 2016
bink Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Rode this morning for the 1st time. Nice trail and was a good length for me. Go in woods to the right of the ropes course sign to enter the bike trail or ride down the hill beside the road and enter in one of the openings (I recommend going in and to the left of the opening with the big tree). Plan to return and ride some more since it is within 30 minutes of my house. Need more people riding to keep spider webs to a minimum.

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Granny Gear

June 28, 2016
EyeDocAJ Granny Gear  
 
Review: Trail has recently been maintained. It is Still a little short, but ok place to ride for a beginner.

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Gramcounter

December 13, 2015
 
Review: It's a beginner trail if you could actually see the trail. I rode this trail 1 years ago and it was in terrible shape. It's in even worse shape now. Two years ago I could follow the trail, but now I couldn't even determine exactly which way to go. If someone would show this trail some love, it could be really fast and fun. As it is, it's a complete waste of time.

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August 18, 2015
Guest   
 
Review: Recent maintenance has made the loops possible again. Use the connectors off the power line to vary your rides. Some of the obstacles should be avoided due to deterioration. Park across the street at the School for the Deaf. This is a good little trail for an after work workout.

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Granny Gear

August 9, 2015
 
Review: Good use of the small area but still a short trail. Not well maintained. Better used for jogging.

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Bunny Hop

June 11, 2015
ibriding Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Fun trail when its not infested with poison ivy. This trail is not maintained the best and trail and parking is sometimes gated off for no apparent reason.

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Granny Gear

August 18, 2014
Josh Bomba Granny Gear  
 
Review: Road the trail today for the first time, it is listed as beginner but thought it to be a nice challenge. The course is a bit hard to follow and I found myself completing only 2 or the advertised 3 miles. There are a few good obstacles, some coming out of no where, and a few narrow passes, but overall a nice right course. I did work to clear off all the spider webs throughout the trail... with my face. Should be clear for the next rider for at least a week. Seriously, like 400 webs with my face.

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Granny Gear

June 23, 2014
 
Review: Good little trail. I will be repairing and adding some technical challenges soon. If anyone is interested in pitching in let me know.

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Bunny Hop

April 3, 2014
morijinal Bunny Hop  
 
Review: The trail is across the street from the NC School for the Deaf. There is a dirt parking area at the trailhead right off highway 301. Be careful pulling in not to get rear-ended - there is a short drop off the highway which requires a severe slow down and other drivers aren't expecting you to turn in. The trail wraps around the wooded area, and I have found that counter-clockwise seems to be the intended direction. The parking area seems to be one of the highest points on the trail.

The biggest asset of this trail is that it's all there is in Wilson. It's good practice for me because it constantly changes gears and there isn't a lot of coasting that can be done.

To me, the overall appeal of the trail is it location and that it can be ridden in a short amount of time - perfect for an after-work ride.

The trail is maintained but with so many switchbacks it's easy to double back on yourself because for much of the ride you are only a few feet from another section of the trail. There are 5 or 6 obstacles (that I've seen) that range from narrow bridges to log piles. All can be avoided if desired.

When it rains it takes a while for the trail to completely dry out because there is a swampy area on the far side of the trail. The wet spots of the trail make up only 5%-10% of the trail, but seem to stay wet long after the rest of the trail is dry.

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Gramcounter

November 23, 2013
 
Review: The entrance is to the left of the parking area. I had to search a little before I found it. The trail needs some serious TLC. The trail is fairly flat for the most part. The hardest part is the fact that the trail is leaf covered and you can't see the roots so there's a lot of slipping around. Don't get off of the shingles that add traction to the bridges. The wood is really slick with a little moisture. It was a good ride while I was in the area.

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School For The Deaf Bike Trail MTB Trail 2.72 out of 5 based on 17 ratings. 17 user reviews.
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