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Level: Beginner
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Surface: Doubletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +12/52 ft
Total: 22 riders

Mountain Biking Leopold's Preserve

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#79 of 291 mountain bike trails in Virginia
#2,747 in the world

Beginner Double Track surrounds subdivision "The Villages of Piedmont"

First added by alvin.santoy on May 28, 2015. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Just South of 66 on Highway 15 turn right onto thoroughfare and follow the road until you find a parking lot. This parking lot has access to the trails
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  • LeopoldsPreserve

    This is actually not a Mountain Bike Trail. In fact, we would prefer that bikes are kept to a minimum as they erode the natural surface paths. This trail is also not open at night as the listing indicates. This park is open dawn until dusk. There is no night riding. Public access is only through the parking area located on the gravel Thoroughfare Road. Access from the interior of the community (unless you reside there) is prohibited.

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  • MNewt20

    Located the parking lot and entry point this afternoon...only a few miles from my home in the Town of Haymarket. Hope to take a ride on this trail in the next day or so. I'm a rookie so I'll take it easy on the trail.

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  • nlamb

    Good track for beginners and if you live close by. I have only ridden it at night and it has nice turns but nothing too technical. Fun and well kept

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  • Scott_Primrose

    This is actually a really nice little trail system. It is basically a big doubletrack loop around a subdivision. It is not technical at all, but does have some hills and curves near the railroad tracks. It's a pretty enjoyable ride. There are trail markers with nature and history info and a map.

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  • fizzypine

    I have lived in the Villages of Piedmont since soon after it opened, around 6 years ago. When they started expanding the trails I was very happy to have a mice relaxing place to bike very close to my home. I take my mountain bike out at least once a week. These trails are lots of fun for beginners, or riders who like a nice scenic trail. There is parking access to the trails, off of thoroughfare. This allows people from outside of the neighborhood come and enjoy theses trails. I would love to see more people use these trails to become accustomed to mtn biking, or even for hiking. There are some places where there are tricky slopes, but overall it is a great place to come have a nice relaxing evening ride. Some days I am even out until 9 or 10 at night. I myself am a beginner mtn biker, I havent done anything more challenging than this trail, however I still enjoy myself. There are many signs throughout the trail that one can stop at and read about local wildlife. There are several bridges that provide a nice place to gain momentum or relax and view the scenery. Overall I enjoy these trail, however there are quite a few spider webs and sometimes this makes me feel like I am the only person that uses them. I would love to see people come out for a relaxing ride, or to become accustomed to biking. I give it a 4 star rating because some parts are overgrown and in need of some work. Although there are spider webs and overgrown bushes I enjoy this trail, I would love to see more people use this trail over the fall this year and during the summer of 2016. Thank you for taking the time to read my review, and have a nice day!

    Edit - The best way to access this trail is through the parking lot on thoroughfare road. Going down 15 from 66 turn right onto thoroughfare and drive until you see a parking lot. There is a parking lot on both sides of the road. I have found this to be the best access for people who do not live in the VOP

    Or you could turn right on 55(John marshall) when heading the same direction. Then you would turn left onto thoroughfare, this way is faster.

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