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Level: Intermediate
Length: 13 mi (20.9 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +227/213 ft
Total: 100 riders
 

Mountain Biking Cypress Creek

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#153 of 272 mountain bike trails in Texas
#8381 in the world

Singletrack, flat wide sections, technical sections, and some speed areas. good fun ride. Theres is a paved trail that is close and intercects with, that can be ridden also. Not sure of the miles (maybe 15) of the paved path.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
From Houston, TX take 290 North exit Jones rd. (Outside Beltway 8) turn right on Jones Rd. Stay on Jone Rd. past 1960 and take a left at Grant rd., right on mLakewood Forest Dr. Park on the right at Moore Elementary School. Mount up and ride to the south of the school building and there is a fence, and bayou/ditch. Fallow the fence line and thats where they start.
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Dusty (on Apr 28, 2020)
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  • lynch3017
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    The first address is wrong, go to Moore elementary and ride along the back fence. Take a left and a steep drop over the river and your on the track. Trail was good, a little overrun at times.

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  • Bo Hearin
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    Conditions were perfect for a quick 8mi this morning. We came across a copperhead at one of the trail heads so keep your eyes open. If you would have stopped to wait on a rider and put a for down you would have likely been bit. It that time of year they're on the move. Besides that the trails were in perfect condition. We don't mind the roots and sand just makes it more technical.

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  • berrytr
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    Whatever address this is is wrong. It leafs to a neighborhood.

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  • anthonynguyenn
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    Great places to explore on the trail, also some nice hills for experienced riders. Very hot right now so its real sandy

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  • htxfiveo
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    Good trail lots of options just gotta ride and explore . Lots of hills and obstacles for the experienced riders . Can catch the trails by the ymca off 249

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  • houstonz3@yahoo.com
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    1:00 pm / 95 F/ I have been here before. I think this trail is also called MNNKO 3. I want to thank those for work done on the trails and some new area that have been marked with ribbons. Some muddy spots today but can be ridden around. Good trails for a nice work out. The wife likes the tails in the area also. See you on the trails J.J.

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