May 15, 2015
this is not a MTB trail.
That said, it's a really fun, wide, somewhat loose gravel, multi-use trail that you can blast around. Obvs, you'll want to go at non-peak use times since there are a ton of walkers/hikers/etc. and there are a lot of signs posted "cyclists: control your speed" but I'm assuming they're for little kids who run into people. if you're in the area, looking for some fast cardio, or are looking to ride with someone who isn't ready for real singletrack, this is a great pre-beginner trail. it's not singletrack, there are no obstacles or technical sections (unless you count the other trail users) to speak of. still, it's a fun ride and a cool park with loads of other activities to do. There is a "fitness circuit" that is designed for runners, where you run from station to station and you have an exercise you perform at each one (pull-ups, balance beam, gymnastics rings, jump boxes, etc,) that I imagine you could turn your bike ride into some HIIT.