December 18, 2006
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Reviewed by: stprider
The pine forest is full of trails for every level of riding ability, apart from elite, there are fire roads, single track, and even some light dh stuff. There are drops and jumps that will entertain any one.
most of the single track can be riden by any one, it is wide open, rough and flowing. The firetrail is similar but wider and with waterbars. The riding possibilities are alomost endless i have personaly spent entire days at the place and i still manage to find new trails.
give it a go.
go across the river and head up hill, the top of the hill is where the action is, if u have a look you will find a ttrail goin down in aalmost aany direction. But the best goes down the hill to the south, it is a dh track though the hill isnt very steep ther is still some awsome action to be found on your way tho the bottom.
Other recommended trails in the same area:
the 4X track in town, from the poast office head north, down the hill to a round about, turn right, at the next round about turn left on to marsh street. go accross the bridge and up the hill, continue up marsh street untill you reach the trafic lights, here you should turn left on to earskin st. go up to the top of the hill where there is a round about, turn left again, you are now going down the hill, and straighty ahead i the 4X track.
November 18, 1999
4 of 5
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4.50 of 5,
This is one of the easiest MTB destinations around here as far as experience level goes. However, because of the smooth wide dirt roads and extensive drainage ditch mounds right in the middle of these roads you can ge some of the best air-time action around. I love this place because it is so close to my home and during weekdays you would be very unlucky to come across another person on trail. So you nearly always have the whole place to yourself.
Take the middle trail north across the river for a greatthe downhill run.