Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +370/362 ft
Total: 48 riders
 

Mountain Biking Flow

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#39 of 196 mountain bike trails in Tennessee
#2378 in the world

Flow leaves from the parking lot's far corner (you drive straight toward the Flow entrance when entering the parking area). It can be ridden either way and is lots of fun both ways. It is very flowy and has recently been updated. It includes small berms and fast flowing singletrack and is lots of fun to ride. This trail is not rideable after rain.

First added by minkeyman on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
From I-40 take exit 388A toward James White Parkway, then continue to follow signs toward James White Parkway/TN-71 South. After crossing the river on James White, take ramp right to Hillwood Avenue/Sevier Avenue. From the off ramp, turn left onto Anita Dr. SE and continue straight (turns to Hillwood Avenue) until you reach a stop sign. Turn right at the stop sign onto Island Home Avenue then make an immediate left to continue onto Island Home. You can either park at Ijams Nature center and ride the greenway to the trails or drive past Ijams maybe .5 miles and park in the lot on the right marked by large rocks in the gated entrance (2-sided entrance) and a hump in the road where railroad tracks are.
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  • minkeyman
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    Fast and flowy singletrack is what this trail epitomizes. Fun ups and downs along with nicely groomed berms make this trail lots of fun to ride as long as it is dry. Recommended as a good way to get farther into the Dirty South Trail System.

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