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Level: Beginner
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Lariat
Elevation: +71/ -171 ft
Total: 24 riders

Mountain Biking Stinchcomb East

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#37 of 64 mountain bike trails in Oklahoma
#6,025 in the world

Once on the road immediately to the right there is a trail. Take it or leave it. There are many other trails along the way. One is marked with an American flag and I would recommend it. You just have to explore to find trails.

First added by dwilliam on Jul 7, 2006. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: yes
  • Fee required: yes
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Getting there
From I-40, take Council Road exit North to 50th Street. Turn West and follow to the dead end. The Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge parking area is just to your NW. Park there, and ride North through the pipe gate.
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Rider questions

Q: Is it good for someone that has never riden before ever?
A: No. not much there but a dirt road.

Q: Where is this road/guard rail?
A: You dont need the guardrail. Just explore, its fun!

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  • Thebardgamingyt

    Very fun, but the man does a bad job explaining. There are many trails. You have to explore and find them yourself.

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  • Casey Shepherd

    Unfortunately this area as been completely let go. There used to be some decent singletrack here but it's totally overgrown now. The few places I did get off the road were so packed with overgrowth and thorny vines that my legs were being shredded. The road isn't in very good shape either. Very bumpy from all the run off and even totally washed out in one spot.

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  • tjeffries2000

    This place isn't worth talking about little lone riding..

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  • GregInSticks

    Completly overgrown. Could not ride it all as had difficulty keeping track of the trail. Full of fallen trees and branches as well. Took me considerable time to even find the trail, let alone try to ride it. Needs some serious maintenance or at least someone riding it regularly.

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  • abovehonor

    Could not find the actual trail. The road down the tractor road about 2.5 miles and off the left of it was some short overgrown single tracks. Was super unenjoyable got swarmed by mosquitos my fault for not bringing spray, but the place is also infested with horseflies that ruined the enjoyment of it all together.

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  • MTBCrash29   ✓ supporter

    Tucked away on the West side of OKC. A little out of the way for this trail, would rather go to Bluff Creek, since B.C. is a more popular and well visited public park. This location is a little shady and when I arrived a guy had just been strong armed robbed. Not that the trails rideability has anything to do with that, but I would rather take family and kids to another location for a trail ride. Bluff Creek or Sutton Wilderness in Norman, OK.

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  • Bubblehead10MM   ✓ supporter

    I didn't find the trails described in the listing. I think that must be out to the end of the tracktor road. Good excuse to come back I guess. What I road was dirt acsess and some very short shunts of single track, if you keep your eyes pealed you'll see them disappear to the W. very over grown no maint' but fun to drop in and try to climb back out to road. The second was more likely for bicycle. Pretty place. Avoid entirely after slightest rain.

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  • jessepuckett

    This is a trail with a lot of potential, however it does not get enough traffic yet. I have been out there frequently hiking, but this is my first with my bike and I enjoyed it, but it is mainly a flat tractor road. I did attempt a few areas where I had hiked before and they were great descents, but at the bottom of the ten foot drops they were too sandy or overgrown to mess with. I would like to ride it more, and will but just the tracto road. The trail of the tractor road starts just about a quarter mile in on the left. It is REAL hard to spot in the summer.

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