Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Elevation: +0/ -10 ft
Total: 14 riders
Mountain Biking Premier Health Atrium Med. Center Bike Park
#65 of 114 mountain bike trails in Ohio
45-acre bike park with jump lines, pump track, skills features, and trails. Ribbon cutting on June 2, 2018.
First added by Jeff Barber on Jun 1, 2018. Last updated May 6, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: yes
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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A short but fun trail system. The mtb trails are a little over 1 mile long, so expect to do multiple rides over the same trail. The trails, except for a small section, are directional as well, so don't expect to add variety by riding them backwards. The trails utilize the slope of the land pretty well, with a reasonably long downhill and fast sections where you can maintain your momentum and keep of the brakes. There is a main, long loop with 2 or 3 offshoots. The offshoots are more for dirt jumper types, with lots and lots of single jumps and even a few double jumps.
Separately, there are 3 other bike features: a dirt jump area with 3 lines (biginner, int, expert) and two asphalt-paved pump tracks (small, large).Thank |
This was the first park I took my Trek Marlin 7 to and had some fun getting to know the bike. The website is pretty misleading as most of the pictures they feature are actually from other parks. I super stoked but I didn't catch the small fine print stating that so was a little disappointed when I arrived.
The trails weren't too bad however there isn't any variety yet as the park isnt finished. All the trails were pretty much short loops with some jumps, a couple berms, and a few wooden features. They weren't really challenging and are good for beginners however, I spent most of the ride climbing rather than getting any nice flow. It was a little hard to tell which way I was supposed to go as the trails weren't marked well and ended up getting stuck in what seemed like an endless loop. I didn't want to exit the trails going the wrong way but didn't really have a choice.
Honestly I wouldn't come here yet unless you lived close by and had some free time or were into riding pump tracks / dirt jump tracks. I have hope for this place as it seems like it is currently being worked on and expanding. There seems to be plenty of room for expansion. My only complaint is how misleading the site was otherwise it wouldn't have been such a let down.Thank |