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Level: Intermediate
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +95/99 ft
Total: 26 riders
 

Mountain Biking Bringle Lake Mountain Bike Trail System

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#30 of 274 mountain bike trails in Texas
#1,390 in the world

The trail navigates beside Bringle Lake and the sandy soil provides great riding in all weather conditions. Beginner Green Loop (2.25 miles) complete. Intermediate Red Loop (5.25) miles. Advanced Black Loop not started. Will be 10-12 miles when complete with lots of natural and man-made features.

First added by Ryan.choate on Oct 23, 2015. Last updated Apr 23, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: yes
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From I-30, Richmond Road north 4 miles. Turn right onto University Ave. In 1.5 miles turn left for Bringle East Park. Trail head is north of the restrooms.
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  • Bruce on the Loose
    *****

    Great little trail in Texarkana. I rode both the green (basic) and red (intermediate)trails today. Trail is well marked although a couple signs are weather damaged. Pedestrians take counter clockwise and are told to yield to bikes who travel clockwise. Super flowy, a little rooty, and enough uphills for a good workout. The ride stays in the tree line at all times but does border the lake in multiple places. Of 2 Strava laps the average lap length for both sections together was about 6.8 miles. Someone has put some very cute little fae doors and signs in a few places. Kudos to the folks who built and maintain this one!

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  • Ben Stolinski
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    Fun mildly scenic route with some moderate flow sections. The overgrowth and downed trees is why I rated this a 3 instead of 4 or 5 star trail. The weeds, low hanging tree limbs, and downed trees really encroached on the flow and joy this trail could offer. It has a lot of potential and maybe we just caught it at a bad time, but in current conditions it's a three star trail. If you're in the area, go check it out, but I wouldn't go out of my way to ride here.The end of the trail has some nice views of the lake and a spillway.

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  • tdlneal   ✓ supporter
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    Nice trail. Flowy. Some roots, few rocks. A few trees down and a little trimming would be nice. Bring skeeter spray for sure. Area had had a lot of rain but trail was barely damp.

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  • Jefmtbkr50
    *****

    Awesome fast singletrack! Fun trail, great workout. Wife rode the green loop. I rode the red and green. One of my all time favorites. Great job to the trail builders!

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  • Bubblehead10MM   ✓ supporter
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    Bringle is a really nice ride. very cross country and a good amount of trail. I'd like to come back when the advanced trail opens. I couldn't tell much difference between green and red, except for length and a few modest climbs/descents. Over all a nice ride in the woods. the start heads fairly directly to the far end and then gets to the curvy and climby parts. Much resent clearing of dead fall, and general upkeep. Bring bug repellent.

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  • jeffry
    *****

    Spent another terrific morning working the trail yesterday. The upper red sections are the most technical and are really a lot of fun! 7.50 miles now with 438ft of elevation per lap as clocked by a pro grade GPS mapper.

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  • jeffry
    *****

    Trail is currently 4.25 miles and still being developed. I really like the 3-loop design from beginner to intermediate to advanced. Now Texarkana truly has a mountain bike trail for all skill levels. Lots of natural and man-made features. And great lake views too!

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  • Ryan.choate
    *****

    Great trail for all ages. Multiple trails and difficulty. Beautiful scenery.

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