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Flint Hills Gravel & Two Track Ride

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

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Long or short great hilly riding through the vast Kansas Flint Hills
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Trail Directions
I-70 west of Topeka,ks about 25 miles. park at Stuckeys and ride south-southwest.
Trail Length
10 to 50+ mile loops
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads

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Review Date
February 11, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Nick Harris , from Topeka

The Stuckeys ride is fun with good hills and awesome views. Can make it as long as you want. The Alma ride is much better with a little of everything. From rocky downhills, to thigh busting uphills, to some of the best scenery of Kansas you'll ever see. And if for some reason you get bored, you can cross a fence and ride on cow pasture land with big drop offs. In some parts there are creek crossings you can ride right through if the waters not too high. There is a trail we have nicknamed Farmdog that everyone should try. Its awesome. I'd say its about 26 miles long. Depends how you take it. You could spend all day out here. I'm trying to get my friend who mapped out these trails to post his review. He knows them better than anyone. But if you are trully interested in riding them e-mail me and I can send you a neat map my friend gave me of this area with markings of where to go, including the Stuckeys ride. E-mail at trekridr187@aol.com. Maybe we can ride together. My friends usually meet on Sundays to ride here.

Recommended Route:
The closest town to Stuckeys is actually Paxico, KS not Alma.
I recommend parking in Alma in front of the museum and riding south on gravel roads. VERY FUN STUFF!!

mtbjosh (12/27/2007)
Where have you found singletrack out there? I grew up there and would sure like to ride some. Email me if you know. mtbjosh@gmail.com
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