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Mountain Biking Mo-Flo

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#24 of 394 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#470 in the world

1,500' of fun. Rollers, tabletops and jumps galore.

First added by Thom Cerny on Aug 16, 2015. Last updated Apr 23, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: yes
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From the main trail head, ride Rusty Bucket to the paved service road. Turn right up the hill. Mo-Flow is at the top of the hill on the left.
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(on Jan 1, 1970)
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  • belzey
    *****

    Awesome slopestyle trail. It has lots of huge berms and small tabletops, step ups and gaps. There is nothing like this trail anywhere around. Great trail to build up your skills for Knuckle Sandwich and Medusa.

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  • flyingturkey
    *****

    Great slopestyle flow trail. The more aggressive you ride this trail, the more speed and air you can get on the jumps. A cant miss trail for anyone who likes flowy jump trails. I wish there were more trails like this in area but unfortunately they don't exist outside of ACP.

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  • mableflower
    *****

    Extremely fun downhill flow trail. Similar to Quelle Holler but much bigger and better. Lots of big berms and jumps. Easily the top downhill flow trail in the state.

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  • G.W.
    ****

    Fun and floaty little trail, once you climb what seems like a hill that never ends. I believe anyone can ride this trail if you mind your speed. I suggest riding it slower your first time down and build speed once you begin to gain some confidence on subsequent descents, although, that's really going to depend on how many times you want to conquer the hill to the top.

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  • ridingRandy
    *****

    I rode the "new and improved" Mo-Flo today and I loved it ! Old Mo was fun but so short that it almost wasn't worth the climb to ride it but New Mo was twice worthy. So thankful to those who redesigned this trail ! It's like the amusement park ride you don't want to end.....but it does,.... so you go ride Mason's Bluff and Bridge,... and then get back in line for the fun ride again. Randy likey.

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  • khicks51
    ****

    awesome addition to allatoona. thanks to the folks who've put in the work to bring it too life! everything is roll-able but also opportunities for air-time if put the pedal down. great flow

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  • endobiker
    ****

    It's still new and a bit rough in areas but has a lot of potential. The jumps can be big if you hit them hard enough but nothing requires hang time and, aside from some rough patches, it isn't overly technical. Overall it's a great addition to Allatoona Creek.

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  • ridingRandy
    *****

    I am completely unqualified to rate "expert" tracks but I thoroughly enjoyed this short but very fast and technically challenging ride ! Bumps, jumps and camel humps along with fast, high banked curve make for an exhilarating 2 minutes ! Trail head is at the top of the steep street hill as you exit Rusty bucket/ Mason's beginning trail to cross over to Mason's connector.

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