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Level: Intermediate
Length: 9 mi (14.5 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +42/42 ft
Total: 24 riders

Mountain Biking Austell Threadmill MTB Park

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#241 of 395 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#10,704 in the world

1st loop is Station, 2nd loop is Mill. Trashvile trail is an out and back to the Berm trail. NS Pony loop is a small loop off the Berm. Following the Berm trail takes you over to PC Ridge, PC Ridge Eagle, NS Stallion loop, Big Dig and Pine Maze.

First added by danhanson on Jul 6, 2014. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • 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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Getting there
Parking across from the garret middle school at the beginning of the power lines.
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Austell, Georgia

Intermediate | 9 mi

Rider questions

Q: Is this still open?
A: Yes, these trails are open. There are a lot of trees down as of 7/30/17.

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  • abbotthall

    This trail is closed. I drove there this morning with my bike in tow. There is a large new development being constructed there. No biking allowed

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  • BillBB   ✓ supporter

    Sounds like we need to take her of the listing
    Unless West Georgia SORBA has an initiative underway....Anyone know??
    Was about to head out there....Singletracks saved me a big frustration

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  • Louis Harris

    Really too bad these trails closed given it's proximity to the Silver Comet trail. I tried to ride out here one time and I could not locate the trail; this was several years ago. It sounded like this had some promise but just not enough people rode out here.

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  • coot271

    Yeah, I drove by there tonight (I work for Cobb PD) and saw the signs on the kiosk...trails closed permanently! Wow! didn't get a chance to try them out.

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  • Th3Tall0n3

    This was my first ever mountain bike ride and first time visiting these trails. With nothing to reference I have no major complaints about these trails. I started at the gravel parking lot and did 5 miles but only getting as far as half way up the berm(turning around at Mathis DR SW). The singletrack trails were fun and each trail had its own challenges. I learned several important things about riding, my bike and what MTB fun is all about. I was a little confused about what direction to take on each trail and where I was headed but that made the adventure more exciting.

    I did this visit after work with a coworker so I wasn't able to spend as much time as I wanted or check everything out. I will be back and plan to make weekly visits since it's only a 10ish minute drive from work when traffic isn't bad.

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  • doug on a bike

    Rode this for the first time last weekend. There are a lot of trails for a small amount of space. Because of this most of the trails are slow and twisty. It would be nice if a few straighter, faster trails could be incorporated. Others have said this is good for beginners, which I agree with. Not really the trail system for me.

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  • Dickwoody

    Thanks for checking out these trails. This should be a great place for new mountain bikers. No intimidation from other riders just trails to ride, no mountains to climb.

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  • Dickwoody

    Thank you for riding the trails and giving your review. Just recently updated the trail maps and descriptions. Cobb County has plans to update Old Clarkdale Park with new facilities. Clarkdale Park is across the street from Pine Maze has water by the Adult Center.

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  • jashyde

    For the most part the trails are in good shape, there were a few spots that were grown up(May 2018). The beginning is well marked but, I was unsure of the direction in a few areas. After Pine Maze I had no idea which way took me back. I wasn't sure if there was a loop or if I was supposed to backtrack. I feel like some of the S-Turns/switchbacks could be eliminated for more flow but overall, a decent ride.

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  • Dickwoody

    Rode all the trails today. Did PC Ridge twice same direction, did Trashville out and back, the rest in one direction only and did a little over 9 miles. They are in great shape.

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  • Dickwoody

    Thank you for riding and commenting on the trails. It sounds like you rode Station, Mill and Trashville trails. Trashville is the newest and still needs to be worked in at a couple spots. I like to think of Trashville as an out & back trail. Takes you out to the Berm, PC Ridge, Big Dig, Pine Maze, NS & NS Pony loop, then back to Mill.

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  • Brayken81

    I thought it was a perfect mix of rough terrain and a fun ride. There was a long stretch that was a straight ride with a flat surface which provided a nice view and a, mostly tough, loop system that gave a good workout. Bring plenty of fluids and eat your Weaties!!

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  • davidaholcomb

    The Station and Mill loops, aka Austell Threadmill, are well maintained. Scott is keeping the trails up and he is adding new sections. the last time I was there I did the Mill and Station Loops, the Berm, PC Ridge, Big Dig, Pine Maze, Northfork Southern, Power Lines, Pony and back to the Trailhead. According to Strava the distance was 8.3 miles. The trails are beginner/intermediate. I have been around ten times now and not seen one other biker yet. Scott will make more additions if people will come out. These are good trails. Bikers, runners, hikers need to come out and enjoy this local gold mine.

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  • Dickwoody

    Thanks for the review, hope you come back and ride them again. North & South loop are cleaned along with the Norfolk Southern Pony loop off of the Berm trail. 11/13/17

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  • Dickwoody

    Austell Threadmill loops, Berm trail and Pine Maze have been cleaned up as of 9/22/17. Just one large tree down. Trail arrows have been added to help guide riders around the loops.

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  • Dickwoody

    Thanks for the review of the trail. Hope you explore this rest of the trails in the area.

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  • Dickwoody

    I rode all the trails shown in the maps 8/13/17 starting at Austell Powder Springs road parking lot. Threadmill North & South loops, Norfolk Southern Pony loop, Berm trail and Pine Maze loop for a total of 6 miles. Please come ride these unused trails and we will work on opening the others in the area.

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