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Level: Beginner
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 4 riders
 

Mountain Biking Rob Wallace Park

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#256 of 534 mountain bike trails in North Carolina
#9623 in the world

2 separate trails. Flower Trail (.7 miles-Green): singletrack with not much elevation change. One berm, some switchbacks with small hills and dirt rollers that could be jumped with some speed.
Powder Magazine (.8 miles-Green/Blue): single track with punchy climbs and tight switchbacks. Has two optional wood log technical features.

An advanced and beginner skills area exists with berms, skinny, dirt rollers for pumping and a table top jump.

First added by jon.lechner on Apr 21, 2020. Last updated Apr 21, 2020. → add an update
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12900 Bethel School Rd Midland,NC
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  • gehill
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    Love this park. Come here when visiting in the area. One trail was closed for some reason. Will be back.

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  • Gary Hill
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    Here visiting friends so decided to ride here today. Second time riding here. Really like this park,very wide open and not so crowded. Got in 12.3 miles having to cover the trails several times. Will be back again.

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  • ztrivett
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    This was the first trail that I rode after renting a demo x-caliber from Trek in Charlotte. I really appreciated that it had skills areas to show me some of the things I would be expecting. I have not rode a bike in well over 15 years, but I like the idea of trail riding. The only thing I would like to see (since I am a beginner) is a larger beginner skills area. It seemed too compact for me and did not allow me to work on my speed.

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  • gehill
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    Really love this park. Trails are good compared to down east where I'm from. Managed to squeeze out 14.2 miles riding . Had to run routes over several times. Will definitely be back when in the area.

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