Outdoor Recreation Center

3.00 out of 5
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These trails are somewhat maintained and have an information sign at the trail head directing intermeadiate and advanced riders to appropriate trails. The day I rode these trails the trails were very choppy due to the trees that fell during Hurricane Floyd. Regardless, I would have to call these trails the most technical I've ridden in recent memory. There are countless steep ascents and descents and the trail snakes around the small patch of woods and doubles back beside itself. If you ask me, someone tried to make these trails in too small an area. There are also a couple of dropoffs that I would love to see someone ride because I sure as hell wasn't gonna ride em. Maybe these trails are good when there aren't alot of trees down but they just seem way too artificial to me.
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  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Granny Gear

January 13, 2009
UNCEric Granny Gear  
Review: Not sure this trail actually exists anymore. There is a sign below the tennis courts across from the pond that says "Start", but its likely this is from one of the many changed starting points for the disc golf course.
I found a trail about 50 feet into the woods, but again it disappeared so I am unsure if it was for biking or the disc golf course

* Review edited 1/13/2009

July 25, 2003
Review: The trails are a little rough because there are a lot of fallen trees in the way; some of them are intentional I think, and jumpable, but most aren't. It's a relatively short ride, but it can be very fun. I'm just starting out, so i'm still walking on several points on this trail, but it's a good trail to start on if you intend to take trail riding seriously at some point in the future. Lots of steep hills with trunks at the bottom (make sure you have great brakes), and lots of quick switchbacks. If your just starting out, be cautious. If they maintained these trails better they'd be great. I'm looking for someone to ride with, so feel free to email me if your interested.

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