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UT Tyler

Average Rating:    (4 of 5)

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Approximately 5 miles of mostly singletrack trail located on the southwest corner of the UT Tyler campus. The trailhead is on Lake Drive, just off University Blvd. This trail was designed and built by three local mountain bikers in cooperation with the UTT staff in an effort to increase riding options in Tyler. The trail is generally ridden in one direction, with blue blazes on the right side of trail, and some white wooden signs with arrows are also along the trail. The mtb trail does incorporate short sections of the disk golf course throughout. Trail is fast yet twisty and maintains great flow. Several obstacles are located along the trail including jumps, launches, a teeter-totter, balance beam, bridges, and pump sections. Elevation change is moderate, especially for the area, and includes several sets of switchbacks. Hats off to the guys who made this trail, and to UTT for allowing their property to be used in such a beneficial way.
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Review Date
November 21, 2011

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 2 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Goat Rider ,  Cross Country Rider

Ride this trail 2-3 times a week. Glad to see that it finally made it on the review page. This is a very fun trail that most can ride. Ride it hard and fast or slow with the family. There is more elevation than first appears (enough to get you breathing), but not bad. Fun obstacles (jumps, rollers, teeter totter) and a great flow for such a small area. Made by several local mountain bikers with no budget. Just goes to show you what good old American hard work can do.

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