May 25, 2015
This is a decent X-country trail. There are few uphill climbs aside from the occasional 20 foot embankment and opposite side. The actual paved track affords some speed in the downhill (short) portions. Most of the trails are double track, although there are some single track, mostly closed to bikes. Which is odd, considering most exits say the trail is closed to bikes. Hard to tell where you are throughout the trails, i bring a GPS but rarely get a good signal and its not accurate enough to gauge where I really am. Spent about 12 hours total on the east tracks last week. They were in good condition, some pooling water at the bottom of some of the declines, but nothing you cant negotiate your way around. Good for beginners, nothing difficult about this side at all. Ill report on the west side of Quentin rd later in the week when it drys up.