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stripes   on Mar 4, 2007
created a My Trails
 
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stripes   on Jul 12, 2004
added Mount Waterman
 
Take the left down, and then follow the trail according to the trail map. You end up going down to...
stripes   on Jul 7, 2004
added Russian Ridge
 
Lots of fireroads and some easy climbs. A good place for beginners or a quick after work ride. There are...
stripes   on May 18, 2004
added Montana De Oro
 
There are very few trails where you can beat the views. The Central Coast is a slice of heaven, and...
stripes   on May 18, 2004
added 2 photos.
 
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stripes   on May 17, 2004
added Skyline Ridge
 
There is a mile long trail along Horseshoe lake for anyone you're just introducing to moutain biking. You can ride...
stripes   on May 17, 2004
added Cheeseboro / Palo Comado Canyon
 
This is my favorite trail in Southern California because of the variety it offers. It is a mix of doubletrack...
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stripes   on May 17, 2004
added Arroyo Seco
 
This is considered a "beginning" mountain bike trail in the San Gabriels, where most everything is just up or down....
stripes   on May 17, 2004
added 2 photos.
 
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stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Hamilton Creek
 
This trail is deteriorating fast!! The land "donated" to us was shallow at best. The top soil depth in this...
+ 34 others
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Lincoln Parish Park
 
HELMETS ARE MANDATORY NOW. PLEASE FOLLOW THIS RULE TO RIDE HERE. Lincoln Parish Park boasts several miles of well maintained...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Twin Fork Recreational Area
 
Makes a full loop and comes back out near parking lot. The other easier trail...one may ride as long as...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Buffalo Mountain
 
For the Mud Hollow (Pronounced "Holler" in these parts) From the back of the parking lot, take a small foot...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Arkabutla Lake Dam
 
Single track and double track. Very flat, sandy at times. Aproximately 5 mile loop. Well maintained. The trail is fairly...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added St. Marks Trail
 
This paved path runs 16 miles to the coast; about one mile or less from the start is a sand...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Bridge to Bridge
 
Go downhill past cemetery to entrance road of tract, follow the blue markers. This short (5 miles) but challenging single...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Camp Branch
 
A visit to this small 6 mile, but beautiful, tract is highlighted by a trip through several different forest types...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Fred Bear
 
There are several entrances to the trail, look for sand paths. Great for trials stuff, about a mile, not much...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Anderson Springs
 
The riverside track follows the Suwannee River for two miles, including a stretch of limestone outcrops and some shoals. Some...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Holton Creek
 
Bike or hike through old growth forest 16 miiles in an area dubbed, "Land of a Thousand Sinks." Woodland roads...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Carter Camp
 
In a huge tract of land west of the developed state park, this 6 mile trail traverses an area of...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Emerson City Trail
 
Ride down trail that parallels the train-tracks. (Trail length unknown - I haven't tried this one yet.)
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added K-Mart Trail
 
The trail to the west is mostly flat with lots of roots and sharp turns. Go north, and you can...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Mattair Spring
 
Seven miles of riverside jeep trail and Mattair Spring are the highlights of this area. The river is quite scenic...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Gar Pond Track
 
Visit this scenic 6 mile tract with lakes and sinks and a surprising variety of landscapes. The marked route is...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added White Springs Tract
 
Same trailhead as Bridge-To-Bridge Trail. Explore the wilds just south of town. Travel through a variety of forest types on...
 
These trails are very twisty. There are a few technical spots. You can make a five mile loop without crossing...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Morris Bridge Park
 
The bike tail begins behind the rest rooms, follow the footbridge under the road, then follow the two-track south. The...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Rotary Park
 
The main loop (Red Cedar Loop) begins and ends at Pavilion I located at the park's entrance. It is approximately...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Cave-run Lake
 
They have excellent trails, much like the ideal trail you would see in an outdoor mag. There are quite a...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Hooper Road
 
It used to be a motorcycle trail until it deteriorated too badly, then they handed it down to the mountain...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Wild Azalea Trail
 
Once on 28, you will see a sign for the Kisatchie National Forest, then for Kincaid and Valentine Recreation areas....
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Clear Springs Rec. Area
 
This area is typically referred to as Homochitto in the region (not really referred to as Clear Springs) as it...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Environmental Center
 
Approximately five miles of single-track for intermediate to expert riders. On the other side of the street next to the...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Tunica Hills WLMA
 
The Tunica Hills are geologic formations left behind by the southern edge of the ice cap from the last ice...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Quiet Waters Park
 
Approximately 5 miles of a combination of singletrack, fire trails, and technical switchbacks, rocks, some sand and roots. Great Trail...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Hogtown Creek Greenway
 
This is a short trail, usually very sandy unless it's rained. The "bowl" has little drop offs that are pretty...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Hard Rock
 
Open Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays 9am to 5pm during its season. Entry fee is $5, season (12 week) pass is...
 
This is a nice ride. The terrain is not ultra-technical and can be ridden by beginner and expert alike. The...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Acadiana Park
 
There are around six to ten trails to ride on. They are single track and fairly narrow. There are some...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added The Powerlines
 
Once on the trail, go straight. You will reach an open meadow that makes for a screaming downhill - perfect...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Land Between the Lakes
 
I did not really care for Energy Lake, which is gravel roads mostly. Jenny Ridge is a lot of fun....
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Allen Mill Pond
 
The route follows old jeep roads to the southern boundary of the Tract and north to the spring. Round trip...
stripes   on Jan 1, 2003
added Little Shoals
 
A grassy, pine bordered jeep 2.5 mile trail visits Little Shoals of the Suwannee River, historically used by Indians and...
stripes   on Dec 31, 2002
added Markham Park
 
There's approximately 10 miles if you follow all the trails available. Conditions vary depending on which portion of the trail...
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stripes   on Dec 31, 2002
added Loyce E. Harpe Park
 
The trail consists of approximately 11 miles of varied terrain including technical single track. Most of the trail winds through...
stripes   on Dec 31, 2002
added Games Loop
 
These trails were created by the motocross group and are bumpy, narrow, curvy, and sometimes sandy in places (best after...
This trail is approximately 14 miles of unadulterated fun! Withalacoochee is a wonderful place for all levels of riders. This...
stripes   on Jan 1, 1970
added a review of Guana River State Park
 

Coastal trial ideal for beginners. Around five miles of jeep roads in this State Seashore. Contact: a.lmilton@worldnet.att.net
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