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Published: Mon, 24 Apr 2017 21:53:23 PST


#1 - Trail Halo Trail (Keystone Canyon) - (Nevada)
Great single-track in the backyard of Reno. Some technical advanced riding, but 95% ridable for intermediate level.

Park at West Keystone Trailhead, and head west along the dirt road, up a sh

#2 - Trail Hill 394 - (Other)
The climb up from the hospital road feels like hell on wheels. But the view from the top is amazing. Descend the second fire road to the old naval magazine, an area that's off limits to civilians bu

#3 - Trail Carl Barton Jr. Park Trail - (Houston)
Heavily wooded singletrack begginer to intermediate. Very tight at times with quite a few switchbacks. Very slight elevation changes.

#4 - Trail Hollenbeck Canyon - (San Diego)
Hollenbeck Canyonh is a nice, San Diego backcountry ride. The trail is a combination of single track and older, slightly rutted fireroads.

Approximate length is 12-14 miles, and 1800 - 2

#5 - Trail Mission Trails - (San Diego)
Windy up and down and all around. Make your own trail. Bunches of legs that all run together.

#6 - Trail Hill 394 - (Other)
The climb up from the hospital road feels like hell on wheels. But the view from the top is amazing. Descend the second fire road to the old naval magazine, an area that's off limits to civilians bu

#7 - Trail Globe Road - (North Carolina)
THERE IS ONLY ONE ROAD TO MORTIMER - MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON IT WHEN YOU LEAVE BLOWING ROCK!!! This isn't a trail, it is a 12 mile long, exceptionally fast dirt road that drops 2600' from Blowing Rock a

#8 - Trail Nepaug - (Connecticut)
Very technical ride. Some places you have to walk.

#9 - Trail The Pines - (Ontario)
A pretty good trail system, with alot of pine forest singletrack. Nice berms, 2 sweet drop-offs, and a bunch of sandy singletrack. If you go on the pine forest trail with alot of whoops, turn back as

#10 - Trail Tower Mountain Downhill - (Utah)
This is one long section of sweet rolling downhill. I highly suggest that you have someone charter you up on a four wheeler unless you have a lot of time on your hands. The trail is very rocky and t

#11 - Trail Bakers Ridge (University Farms) - (West Virginia)
This trail is great fo all levels. Very nice loop and so great downhill rides with jumps and serious turns. This trail almost always muddy so bring lots of wet lube!! The climvbs in this trail are

#12 - Trail Hillman State Park - (Pennsylvania)
Miles of awesome trails, but you can only ride here on Sunday during hunting season.

There are trails here for all levels. You will experience some of the best riding in the area If you've

#13 - Trail Rancocas State Forest - Westampton - (New Jersey)
This side of the Rancocas State Forest is comprised of mostly singletrack. Slight elevation changes but nothing drastic. There are a number of trails when strung together can give you about a 6 mile r

#14 - Trail rancocas woods - (New Jersey)

#15 - Trail Mont Tremblant XC Ski trails - (Quebec)
Many different trails to choose from. All kinds of terrain, from rolling paved paths, to hilly technical singletrack full of babyhead rocks, roots and off camber turns. Watch out for families, hikers

#16 - Trail Ipswitch - (Virginia)
Ipswitch can be hard to get around without someone who knows a good "loop", there are as many loops as riders there. It is an excellent ride to hone those singletrack skills, or as we like to call it

#17 - Trail Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area - (Nebraska)
Trails are mountain-like in terrian; very rocky and hilly going through canyons and over large bluffs. Trails are very well maintained and fairly easy, yet very fun. Very cool place!

#18 - Trail Connect-A-Dot - (Florida)
Trail cuts thru palmetto and oak hammocks. No elevation change. A few palmetto roots here and there. Most difficult part is staying on the trail. It's fairly well marked, but it's not been riden enoug

#19 - Trail Tecolote Canyon - (San Diego)
Initially dirt access road, then some 50 - 80 foot hills. Many single tracks fork off from main road. I like going left along golf course then along river. Very enjoyable scenery and some well main

#20 - Trail Russian Ridge - (Bay Area)
(Taken from RUSSIAN RIDGE OPEN SPACE PRESERVE is a spectacular place to enjoy the changes in the seasons. In the spring, this 1,580-acre preserve explodes with color as the n

#21 - Trail The River Trail (Bonzai) - (Wisconsin)
Technical singletrack with little climbing. Lots of tricky sections to test your skills. Bonzai is a well known local area for jumping. Best thing in the city.

#22 - Trail Flintridge Trail - (Houston)
Tight, twisty 3.5 mile long singletrack with very moderate elevation changes. A perfect place for beginners to work on their bike skills. The park has both an inner bike trail and an outer 1.2 mile mu

#23 - Trail Big Rock Ridge - (Bay Area)
Steep, rolling fire road along the spine of Big Rock Ridge.

#24 - Trail ALta Vista Trail - (Arizona)
Up-up-up-up and mre up. Extremely technical, very loose, very steep, with some bitchin switch backs. 1400 foot elevation change in about 2-2.5 miles. Several water falls (dry of course) to maneuver

#25 - Trail Horse Shoe Trail - (Pennsylvania)
technical, steep desents,and hard climbs. takes some balls. Anyone thats riden the trail e-mail me.

#26 - Trail Amargosa - (Nevada)
Trail head @ Shaded Canyon Dr. and Horizon Ridge. Singletrack with enough switchbacks to lose count of, built by the City for hikers, bikers, dog walkers. Not the best flow, but a good cardio workout!

#27 - Trail South Shore of Hickory - (North Carolina)
Started out as XC trail. About 4 miles of total XC if you loop the many trails together. The South Shore is hidden, but if you can follow tire tracks off the end of the parking lot, you'll see it on

#28 - Trail Blythe Island Reg. Park - (Georgia)
Tight technical, low elevation singletrack. Two main trails. 4 mile loop with small berms/climbs and very tight switchbacks. Second Part is currently (have yet to complete second loop) an out and back

#29 - Trail Contrabando - (All Other Cities)
15 miles one way Single Track and rugged abandonned jeep trails running past mines, ruins, and immense vistas. No motorized traffic allowed.

TH located either east of Lajitas at Warnick Ce

#30 - Trail Kentucky Camp Trail - (Arizona)
This trail was the 2000 IMBA epic in Southern Arizona. It is a great advernture ride. Bring a good map, campus, detailed directions, a bike odometer, extra food and water and CB's if you have them.

#31 - Trail Oleta River State Park - (Florida)
The most technical trail in South Florida ! Plenty of roots, rocks, and trees. A great place to ride! check out the NORBA state race there 11-22-98.

#32 - Trail Millers Pond - (Connecticut)
Technical singletrak, fire roads, smooth singletrack. Loads of trails. Steep, rocky decents, technical uphill climbs. (again, not sure of length or system, since I rode it only a few times a while

#33 - Trail Millers Pond - (Connecticut)
Technical singletrak, fire roads, smooth singletrack. Loads of trails. Steep, rocky decents, technical uphill climbs. (again, not sure of length or system, since I rode it only a few times a while

#34 - Trail Carlmont Hills (Water Dog Lake) - (Bay Area)
very fun some technical areas and an insane downhill course at the end if you dare.After you cross the paved road at the top of the steep hill there is a big jump that is like a bowl,make a left righ

#35 - Trail Potter''s Pasture - (Nebraska)
TONS of trails all over. Trees, valleys for shade, some nice gradual climbs, but then some nasty cow made climbs that force to keep the bike strait. Very fun and as challenging as you want to make it.

#36 - Trail Green Lane - (Pennsylvania)
The parking lot is big and it can be hard to find the trailhead. The trail is mainly for horses, so look for the markings with a picture of a horse.

The trail is made up of loose rocks and

#37 - Trail Harbison State Forest - (South Carolina)
Hardpack, not very technical. A few good climbs along the gravel road and the "Midlands" trail. Gets very muddy in the winter and may be closed during those times.

#38 - Trail The Slaughter Pen Hollow Trail System - (Arkansas)
The Slaughter Pen Hollow Mountain Bike Trail System is scheduled to open April 21, 2007. The trail has become a reality thanks to Tom Walton and the Arkansas Trail Blazers. They hired The Grey Barn, L

#39 - Trail Back 40 - (Arkansas)
One of the area's newest trails. I was able to get down there for the IMBA festival/convention this November and had a blast. This trail seems to have it all. Lots of up and downs mixed with flowy sec

#40 - Trail Gunn Park Trail - (Kansas)
Single track down through woods to Gunn Park. All flat with no rocks or roots. Not very many know about this trail that has been here for the past 10 years, so I am sharing its secret location. The

#41 - Trail Bicential - (Missouri)
Wooded, lots of steep hills, rocks and tree roots. Steep hills and deep hollows. Multi use trail both equestrian and mt. bikes.

#42 - Trail Claremont Wilderness Trails - (L.A. Area)
There are two main trails from the bottom - Burbank or Cobal. Both are intermediate fireroad climbs. Once you reach the top, you can drop down into Marshall Canyon (see Marshall canyon write up) or

#43 - Trail Cave Hollow - (Missouri)
short ups and downs; challenging due to lack of maintenance, but still a fun quickie; some guru has been contriving some new digs on the north side that have lots of potential

#44 - Trail Santa Ana River Trail (variation) - (All Other Areas)
The trail is predominantly sinle-track, and some fine single-track at that. After dropping in from the first sign, you will ride down about a mile and come to a clearing with another 2E03 sign. Enjoy

#45 - Trail Myakahatchee Creek Trails (ladyslipper parking area) - (Florida)
The trail runs in both directions on both sides of the creek. From the parking area facing the creek the more challenging trails head out to the left. The trail to the right heads to the "Environmenta

#46 - Trail Big Eau Plaine - (Wisconsin)
Very early stages of what shoould be a great trail system. Construction started last year. Trail starts at Trail Head accross from Ranger station. Not a lot of elevation but should be nice alternative

#47 - Trail Colorow Trail - (Western Slope)
There are two trailheads used to access the Colorow Trail. Directions for each trailhead are described below.

VIX Ranch Park Trailhead: From the 4 way stop in New Castle, take Castle Valley B

#48 - Trail Dead Horse Ranch State Park - (Arizona)

Despite its distinctive name, Dead Horse Ranch is situated amidst an abundance of life along the Verde River. A six-mile reach of the river is known as the Verde River Greenway. Its unique ecosyst

#49 - Trail Cochran Mill - (Georgia)
Horse trails. Level and flat near the creeks. Rocky and slightly steeper on the hill sides. Some mud after rains (duh) but your tire marks may be the only ones out there. The trails have been used

#50 - Trail Santos Trail - (Florida)
Mostly single track with trails of all skill levels. You'll find winding flats, rocky technicals, good short climbs and lots of variety. Make sure you check out the trails across the road on the bac

#51 - Trail Alafia River State Park - (Florida)
The Alafia River State Park is a collection of scary drops, off-camber hillside ledges, high speed banked turns and intimidating ridge top trails. This single-track is built on the rugged terrain o

#52 - Trail Balm-Boyette - (Florida)
There are 12 miles of single track and 8 miles of two track both on the East side of the road. Trails have been reconfigured into a Northern Loop of berm trails, and a Southern Loop of wooded singl

#53 - Trail Goat Trails and Indian Trails - (All Other Areas)
Continue climbing on sweet single track variations, that all climb up, rejoining 2 track briefly to a T junction at a saddle. Left is fun dh back to Cathedral City, continue right up short steep hill

#54 - Trail Clayton - (Oklahoma)
Rocks, creeks, hills, hills, hills, & more hills. This place is insane. I would say this is by far the best place 2 ride in Oklahoma. If you think Turkey Mt. is good then this will BLOW YOUR MIND! Y

#55 - Trail Castle Rock - (Nova Scotia)
Granite outcropping above elevated lanscape Panoramic view including ocean.

#56 - Trail Bobcat Ridge Natural Area - (Front Range)
Many options here. You can do the easier Valley Loop for a quick 4 mile loop that isn't that difficult. Or you can take the powerline road to Mahoney Park and ride the wicked downhill that is the Ginn

#57 - Trail Big Whiteshell trail - (Manitoba)
rocks, hard pack mud, sand, gravel and swamp, a little of everything

#58 - Trail Gem Loop - (Utah)
This trail can be done as a shuttle or out and back trail. If you're lazy do the shuttle and it's about 6 miles or so all down hill, but if you want 12-13 miles of desert singletrack, do the out and b

#59 - Trail Hurricane Canal Rim Trail - (Utah)
Nice trail, singletrack, climbs and downhills combination, but not bad either way. Great views of the mesas and Virgin River. This is a nice addition to the trail network that is beginning to develo

#60 - Trail Henson Creek Trail - (Maryland)
12 foot wide paved trail Temple to Brinkley is good for beginners, 1 mile if that. Brinkley to Bock is a bit long 3.5 miles and turn a beginner aganinst riding. Bock to Tucker is nothing just a

#61 - Trail Camp Casey/Hovey Trail - (Other)
Fun singletrack easily accessible from Camp Casey. Go out the Golsandong Village gate (by 210 FIRES) and follow the paved road up. It's kinda steep but you'll be at the top in just a couple minutes. S

#62 - Trail Washington Valley Park Resivoir - (New Jersey)
3 or 4 good technical loops with some decent trails in between. Rocky and fun. Some fast and twisty singletrack too. Good trail maintenance. Small but really fun!

#63 - Trail Don Valley - (Ontario)
A variety of paved bike routes and single track trails. To the east (Taylor Creek) there is a route under the hydro towers. Heading south from Don Mills Rd is a paved route on the east side of the Don

#64 - Trail Tsali - (North Carolina)
Left Loop is an awesome trail. Beautifull scenery. The terra firma is sometimes, and other times rocky or loose. At the 8 mile mark the trail narrows to a "true" singletrack of approx. 8", if a snake

#65 - Trail Palo Duro Canyon - (All Other Cities)
This trail is mainly hardpack with some loose caliche. Lots of semi-arid vegitation (ie. cacti and mesquite) that can put a serious hurt on tubes. Slime tubes are highly recommended. Note: summer te

#66 - Trail corral creek - (Idaho)
out and back total 7.5 miles easy climbs great dh. like butter. through the trees as well open meadows

#67 - Trail NuDraper - (Oklahoma)
Fast, flowing single track set in dense trees. Features 3 loops, Green (6 mile beginner course), Yellow (4.5 mile intermediate course), and Expert (2.5 mile expert course).

Lots of tight tr

#69 - Trail Haliburton Forest - (Ontario)
Every kind of riding you could ask for, rocky, sandy, gravel, bare earth, mud etc. Tight single track and open fire roads.

#70 - Trail Kolopore Ski Area (near Collingwood) - (Ontario)
A well-marked series of expert XC ski trails used by MTB May-Nov. Trail maintenance days are posted; show up and help maintain this free area.

#71 - Trail Lippman Park - (New York)
A new trail system with something for everyone. Just last year we started work with the local town officials to develop a network of single track in Lippman Park. To date we have about 14 miles with m

#72 - Trail Ruby Campground - (Michigan)
This is a privately owned campground, which charges about $2 per biker to ride the trails. All singletrack of moderate difficulty with 2 water crossings of about 20 ft. in length. The water is only

#73 - Trail Eddie B. Jones (A.K.A. The Monkey Trail) - (Louisiana)
James Ramsaur from Lincoln Parish Park (Ruston) made a 10-mile trail in 2001 on some very hilly ground. If you like Ruston and Bodcau at all, youll love this trail. Lots of climbing and twisty turnys

#74 - Trail Mill Ridge Loop - (North Carolina)
Drive to where Hwy 25 passes under the Appalachain Trail overpass and take the gravel road to a designated gravel parking area located one mile from Hwy 25.

The ride begins north out the park

#75 - Trail Panther Creek - (Tennessee)
Par on teh edge of Cherokee Lake and provides numerous recreational opportunities, incluking Mtn biking, hiking, volleyball, softball, swimming, camping, and picnic areas, boating, and fishing. Trail