Length: 1 mi (1.6 km)
Elevation: +21/ -21 ft
Total: 14 riders
Mountain Biking Michigan Sugar Trails
#78 of 317 mountain bike trails in Michigan
The Michigan Sugar Trails system only has about 1.25 miles of singletrack at the present time. These trails have been developed in the last couple years, and more singletrack is planned for the near future. The entire loop runs through mainly level, wooded terrain in close proximity to the West Channel of the Saginaw River. The majority of the loop is classified as easy, but a short portion along the southern edge of the property is classified as intermediate.
First added by Spencer Lindenberg on Sep 25, 2015. Last updated Apr 23, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: yes
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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From the intersection of Salzburg Avenue and Euclid Avenue on the southwest side of Bay City, take Salzburg Avenue east to the Lafayette Bridge. After crossing the first of the two spans that comprise the Lafayette Bridge, turn right (south) on Evergreen Drive (the only right turn you can make between the two bridge spans). Drive about 1/4 mile south on Evergreen Drive, and the trailhead will be on the right.
Fun little trail, in good condition, but it is only a mile long.Thank |
The trail is incredibly short and very overgrow. If this trail were longer it would be a great ride, it flows nice and is packed in hard. The trails intersect with some poor markings so it can be hard to navigate properly. The trail has great potential, just needs to be longerThank |
This system of singletrack has the potential to be better once more trail is constructed. As of now, it's so short (just over one mile) that lapping the trail can get boring pretty quickly. More singletrack is being planned (woohoo!), and some interesting features (concrete pipe rollover, nice downhill-sloping bermed turn, and others) were added earlier this summer. Again, length is really the only thing holding this trail back from seeing more use. The parcel on which the trail is located is quite flat, so there's nothing very technical, but the flow is good.Thank |