September 28, 2016
I will start with the positives. If you live in West Bend, it is close. You can legally ride bikes here, so no trespassing worries or law enforcement worries. It has one good trail and one ok trail.
Now to the negatives. The biggest negative is the only good trail is the double track, as it is the only one where you can have decent flow and speed. There are some 20 plus other trails here and one is ok and can be fun, but is to short and poorly kept up. The others were made like you would make a hiking trail, not a mountain bike trail. They have no flow and not many areas where you can enjoy any real speed. If you are a trials rider that enjoys crawling along and getting over and around things very slowly, you could enjoy these trails, but if you want to enjoy a good ride with wind in your face, getting some air and speeding through turns, you won't find any of that here. Now to the worst part. This place has some amazing topography and such a gorgeous setting, but is wasted on a bunch of awful trails that technically should not be classified as biking trails. The best thing would be to eliminate the trails here and starting over with someone who knows how to build trails. The trails here are clearly built by people who are clueless. Also as a warning, 3 trails were built so badly, anyone with handlebars 700mm or wider can not pass between two trees in which the trail goes in between. This could seriously injure someone with wide bars.