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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +7/86 ft
Total: 153 riders
 

Mountain Biking West Delray Regional Park

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#170 of 281 mountain bike trails in Florida
#10345 in the world

This is a new trail. The final construction han not been completed.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
West on Atlantic Ave until it ends. Turn Right into the park.
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A: If you are talking about trail running, this trail is considered mountain bike specific.

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  • crazyrican513
    ****

    Awesome change of pace from Quiet Waters and Markham. Definitely way more technical than Quite Waters. I really like they have a lot of trail that goes through shade so you're not being baked by the sun. Bug spray is definitely a must we were covered in mosquitoes when we got turned around in the trails.

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  • typingfool
    ****

    Good trail for a change of pace. Shortish trail, but lots of variety and some challenges.

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  • NJtoFL
    ***

    Not bad. Rode here around 3 weeks ago and had some fun with my neighbor. Dont be intimidated by the the black diamond and advanced sections, theyre actually pretty fun and not terribly techy. Ive only been riding for a year now and found them only a little difficult on my XC bike. The rest of the trail system is just flat tech and and some man made hills that barely qualify as actual hills. If you like to go fast, this definetly isnt the trail system for you. Other than that, you definetly want to bring extra water, bug spray, and witch hazel. Theres mosquitoes and gnats everywhere and some itchy vegitation along the trail.

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  • surfmus
    **

    The trails are not that great. If you are in the area, let's say 10 minutes away and want to take the edge off, then you can ride them. Avoid weekends as they tend to be lots of weekend warriors. The logs/obstacles are not distributed properly. There are some sandy areas. When taking the bents/curves you are to be really careful not to slip and fall. For flat Palm Beach County it's an OK park though.

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  • STANL
    ****

    Had a great time here ! Riders from aged 10 to 50 in our group. Had something for all of us. A lot of different types of roots,rocks,logs, bmx track. Just bring bug spray

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  • Frank79r
    *****

    This is a fun trail. Lots of technical stuff, some nice berms and big mounds to climb. There's just enough canopy too so the sun is not cooking you all day. The only thing I wish the trail had was some more signage to where the exit is. I got "Blair Witched" and ended up doing two extra laps before I found my way out ;) I took a ton of video but all to big to upload. Looking forward to coming back

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  • Spartan117
    *****

    I rode this park over a long Thanksgiving weekend. I was very surprised! This place was so much fun. Lots of technical sections as well as some fast and flowy ones. The back section by the canal was rocky and off camber. The Narrows and Root of all evil are trails worth doing 3-4 times. FORCE does an amazing job!

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  • Florida Shredder
    ***

    No idea how it is after irma, but when i went i had fun. Not anything big, but enough little jumps and rolls to make it work the hour and a half. Short trail and they really did turn shellrock into a switchback masterpiece. Well done force club! a little overgrown and muddy in places, but really, are you a mountain biker if ya cant take some grass and dirt to the face?

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  • Nathinaj
    ***

    This trail has the potential to be awesome. I found it very overgrown and severely flooded in areas. Mosquitos were out of control! Had 26 bites on my back and another ten on my legs! I think I will wait to go back in the winter when it's dry. Fun gravel hills and banks as well as some shade through the canopy areas.

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  • jsoflo
    ****

    Not very long but was worth a drive from Broward county. This tends to be a very technical track. Can't get much speed up, but it does challenge your skills on roots, rocks, and a couple spots where a root drop lands you in sand on a turn. Was well maintained and pretty well marked. If you are looking in South Florida for something different to ride, and looking to challenge yourself, good spot. If you are afraid of getting bloody or interacting with trees that make you itch, stay away.

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  • William V. Ganis
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    These trails are progressively technical and make the most out of a small patch of land. Most fun are the micro-environments ranging from small hammocks, to open spaces with constructed berms, to a levee to rock-coral moonscapes. These trails are built more for honing skills than for speed. Though the system isn't long, it's definitely worth the trip.

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  • Lefty Frank
    ****

    The trail is mostly intermediate with several expert options. The entrance to the trail offers and optional advanced qualifier, don't be intimidated just keep your momentum and it will get you over. The trail has serval tight sections and lots of turns, rocks and roots. There are a couple of jump sections that were a lot of fun and the trail is definitely worth hitting. Most of it is covered so it is ok to hit later in the day.

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  • shallow thinker
    ***

    I live near this park and have ridden this trail 4-5x so far. I like that it's mostly shaded so it is an option even for a midday ride. Compared to the other parks, Delray is a more technical circuit. It is very tight with lots of roots/rocks and sharp turns. For me, it is a slower course. I think it takes me 40 minutes which includes the advanced section. One downside here is the overhanging branches which have twice given me a really bad allergic skin rash. Wear long sleeves if you have had issues with Brazilian Pepper and the local plants.

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  • T-RO
    ****

    Very nice trail. It is marked as intermediate with some black diamond obstacles. The black diamond stuff is more like "advanced" not "omg im gonna die". It's 4 miles if you don't do the advanced skills area (which i didn't). Very well marked and definatly worth checking out.

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  • ~Mountain Bike Addict~
    ***

    Really tight and twisty singletrack, not much chance for speed. Lots of roots and rocks in awkward places to keep you on your toes. About 4 miles long, could use some maintenance and better access to the trails. Not much for beginner riders, they will get frustrated quick. No bathroom or running water so bring your own.

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  • bblan113
    *****

    Excellent trail with some good small hills and drops, a decent amount of technical challenges, great tree cover, and good length (~3.5 miles). There's a few rough spots that could use some reworking, but awesome job by the group that built and maintains the trail! Beginners will have a hard time but intermediate and up should enjoy it. Definitely more technical than my home trail of Pinehurst.

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  • Chris Becker
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    Fun, technical trails. It rides pretty slow and its really tight in some places. You can get quite a workout in if you add the expert course along the canal into a lap. The parks only facilities are a port-a-pot so bring lots of water.

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  • projktnine
    ****

    A great but short loop at the end of Atlantic.fun little climbs with plenty of roots ,a large hill with a sweet set of jumps for those who crave big air .overall fast,techy

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  • flailmaster
    ***

    Really fun trail. Not a huge loop but if you add in the techy section along the canal and mix it up with some of the double diamond spurs, you can have a good ride. Doing a few laps on the loop at speed is a really good workout- the trail is full of twisty, fun turns and some obstacles that make you get out of the saddle a lot and manhandle your bike a bit. Do it fast and it's a lot of fun. Do it slow and the obstacles will kick your butt... Lots of butterflies!

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  • travt
    **

    Trails seem to be a work in progress but have potential. Fun technical trail along the canal (Ryan's Rock?)

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