LJCC Linda & Jack McDuffee Mountain Biking & Fitness Trail

Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +470/421 ft
Total: 24 riders
 

Mountain Biking LJCC Linda & Jack McDuffee Mountain Biking & Fitness Trail

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#42 of 96 mountain bike trails in Alabama
#9395 in the world

The trail is for LJCC members only.

Nestled in the hillside behind the LJCC is the Linda & Jack McDuffee Mountain Biking & Fitness Trail. The trail was designed by Linda & Jack McDuffee, who are avid bikers, and built by them and a group of passionate volunteers. The 5 mile trail traverses the mountain in a beautiful natural setting.

First added by stephenhaze on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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The Levite Jewish Community Center is located at 3960 Montclair Road, adjacent to the Trinity Medical Center
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  • Bucky Wood
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    What a great asset for those of us who must remain in town! I run this trail every couple of weeks and it always satisfies!

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  • caleslie
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    Great little trail for a quick ride...or longer if you want to do laps...it is pretty tight and technical at times, but nothing sketchy. I enjoy grabbing a quick ride here often.

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  • Autocrat9
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    trees down everywhere.....extremely tight turns, would be good for a hiking trail if not for the down trees.

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  • wolf1972
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    Rode a time trial here yesterday and it was my first time on the trail. It was a steady climb on TIGHT switchbacks to the top of the ridge and then a slightly shorter decent that was made up of the sametype of TIGHT switchbacks. The trail is narrow singletrack with rocks or roots every few feet it seems like. While the trail is fairly technical as a whole, there are a few really tricky technical sections. It was fun if you like to suffer! It's only 5 miles long, but it feels longer because of the constant change in direction.

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