May 27, 2014
I have been riding at Stinky somewhat regularly for a year or 2. These trails are built and maintained by volunteers, and they do a great job. I've never been to 1 of their work days, though I have jumped off my bike to move fallen limbs or clean up debris a bunch of times. Trails are still somewhat of a work in progress. Riders always ask about signage and maps, but I don't expect too many signs to be installed out there. I think the "founders" like it that way, and consider it a sort of right of passage to learn your way around out there. I used to get really turned around on the trails, but after riding there a handful of times you learn your way around, though I still seem to find something new every time I ride out there.
These are fun trails through some very nice scenery. There's plenty of variety from fast flow to steep and technical if you know where to find it. All in all a cool place that's very convenient if you live on the southside.