Singletracks has partnered with Georgia State Parks to offer a new badge in the Singletracks Trail Challenge to mountain bikers who ride in at least six of the twelve GA State Parks that offer mountain bike trails and paths.

Some GA State Parks, like Panola Mountain, offer easy paved, mostly-flat trails, while others–like Fort Mountain–feature steep, challenging singletrack best left to advanced riders. Popular qualifying trails include Fort Yargo, Unicoi, and Mistletoe State Parks. And be sure to check out one of the newest GA State Parks with bike trails at Hard Labor Creek, which Greg and I rode for the first time back in December.

Check in at mountain bike trails this spring and summer to earn badges in the Singletracks Trail Challenge using the Singletracks app or through the Tracker online service. Happy trails!

# Comments

    • jrsharp70

      I did too. But I’m an adult who understands that people’s time and effort cost money, so my feelings aren’t hurt.

    • Greg Heil

      +1 here. Also, if you live near a state park with good trails, or if you plan to visit a lot of state parks, you can pick up an annual pass for $50. At $5-8 per visit, you can make it pay off pretty quickly! http://gastateparks.org/ParkPass

  • C-Lo

    Can’t wait to get back state side so I can finish this.

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