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Level: Intermediate
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Lariat
Elevation: +31/31 ft
Total: 4 riders

Mountain Biking 5 Eighty Trails

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#29 of 64 mountain bike trails in Oklahoma
#4,578 in the world

Built by Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship and the city of Enid. Trails for all skill levels. Opened in 2019.

First added by Jeff Barber on Apr 22, 2019. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
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  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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  • Jayjay601

    Enid trail is amazing! I just lo e all the wooden skinny features that are throughout the trail. There are some cool jumps with real nice flow! The trail is super clear and easy to follow in my opinion. There are some great drops(which I like cuz it gives it a challenging feel then other Oklahoma trails). Enid has a good 5 mile loop with 400 feet gain and descend. You can tell the guys building it put a lot of blood,sweat, and maybe tears into it. Definitely will be my home trail!!

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  • Jesse Pierce

    Great trail for beginners and experienced riders. It has something for everyone. The trail is only a year old, but a ton of work has been put into it in that time. One of the best maintained trails in Oklahoma.
    It has quite a few man made features with more in the works!
    It is unique in the fact that alot of it goes through tall grass. The grass was a problem early on but has been tamed thanks to a brush hog.
    Lots of wildlife in the grass areas. Deer, quail, turkeys, rabbits, coyotes, hawks, and many others. Great place to get lost in the wilderness.
    It also has some decent wooded areas,
    Definately worth a trip to ride it!

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  • JesseTU

    The main thing this trail needs is more riders and it could be a 4*. In that sections were nearly unrideable because they were so overgrown, I feel like 3* is fair.

    ___Strava showed 6 miles and 405 feet, but with so many twists I take that with a grain of salt. No water or bathrooms. There are really 4 sections of trail here, I rode it once so hopefully it isn't usually as overgrown. The sections:

    ___1) A newer section that is very short,the "Kitty Trail" maybe? Okay warm up loop, maybe half a mile.

    ___2) Established trail through tall prairie grasses, enough elevation changes and turns to keep it interesting. The grass is tall (6' ) and thick enough you cannot see other sections of trail (which is nice), but there is 12" of dirt and the grass is trimmed back for a ~3 ' wide path. A few berms. Good riding, probably 4 miles of this in total.

    ____3) Forest section. It largely seemed like a "skills course" to me, with lots of wood work meant to be a challenge. I have no problem with a wood bridge or berm, but I don't like narrow woodwork, turns on wood with a drop to the side, or unnecessary drops (more of an XC rider I guess). If you want woodwork in Western Oklahoma, this is probably your best bet. But it wasn't my cup of tea, so lots of hike a bike. Probably < a 1 mile in the woods.

    ___4) Jungle. A section to complete the loops between the woods and back to the parking lot was the most overgrown section I've ever seen marked as a trial. They had a very wet spring then lots of sun, the result is apparently grass over my head on the trail. One could (usually) see where the trail was supposed to be because the grass was thinner, and surprisingly one can power through it in a climbing gear. We lost the trail a few times in the jungle, and a couple times in clearings/roads where signs had fallen down. Seemed longer, but maybe only a mile before the trail cleared back up and it was again a nice ride back to the parking lot. (not posting pictures because maybe it is usually clear and I hit it at a bad time, I don't want to be unfair)

    ___I would ride again, but only after I check to see if it was cleared before I went back (and I'd find a way to cutout the woodwork).

    ___* did not rate difficulty because the sections varied so much.

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