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Published: Fri, 30 Sep 2016 05:10:43 PST

 



#1 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#2 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#3 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#4 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#5 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#6 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#7 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#8 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#9 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#10 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#11 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#12 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#13 - Trail Argentine Pass and Waldorf Mine - (Front Range)
Again, copied from above link... Begin by riding up the frontage road for 1/4 mile and look for the gravel road cutting up to the left. This is a former railroad grade, and it will have a steady 4% gr



#14 - Trail Assiniboine Park trails - (Manitoba)
All kinds of trails from flat narrow trails, to steep downhills by the bridge. Off some of the downhills you can ride on to drop offs that range from 2 feet to 5 feet. It is good for any kind of rid



#15 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#16 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#17 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#18 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#19 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#20 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#21 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#22 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#23 - Trail Spider Loop - (Japan)
well, can be technical. very technical. and fast. lots of short quad killer climbs and a couple long grinders.lots of coral in the middle of the trail. some singletracks that have drop offs into the j



#24 - Trail Glacial ridge - (New York)
very coll and most challenging trail on long island. Lots of off-camber riding and steep downhills with ;arge rocks and miscoullaneose obstacles to overcome.



#25 - Trail Shuteye Peak - (All Other Areas)
Start at the browns ditch central camp rd intersection on rd 274.Climb up central camp rd, past central camp and gaggs camp, about 14 miles. This is the easy part, 3% grade.make a right at the Shuteye



#26 - Trail Big Foot Mountain Cross - (Tennessee)
1/4 mile Mountain Cross/ATBMX trail with multiple jumps, whoop-de-dos, etc. There are other trails that are being built with many other jumps and obstacles, made of dirt and wood. There are also a few



#27 - Trail Ella Sharp Park - (Michigan)
All types, mostly intermediate



#28 - Trail Albion Hills - (Ontario)
Great place to take your mom mountain biking. On weekdays, the trails are practically all empty so you can go as fast as you want. There are plenty of downhills which are longer than 1 km, too. Nex



#29 - Trail Prom Night - (Arizona)
Fun AM/FR connector trail. Connects Upper Brookbank with Lower Brookbank but cuts out a climb. The trail ties into lower Brookbank with a HUGE log ride. Most of the trail is tight single track with sm



#30 - Trail apedale &springbank woods - (United Kingdom)
trails all through the woods , well muddy in winter. we're building trails & jumps all thru the woods



#31 - Trail Glacier Ridge Nature Perserve - (New York)
Open in summer of 2006, Glacier Ridge is one of the latest trails built by Hich, Wade & Rich of CLIMB (Concerned Long Island Mountain Bicyclists). 95% Tight twisting single track around a natural ridg



#32 - Trail Tyler State Park - (All Other Cities)
The trail is made up of four sections labeled A, B, C and D. The trail is mostly single track some a little amount of double track/pave road. The terrain is very rolling hills in a pine tree forest.






#34 - Trail Palmetto Trail, Enoree Passage - north from BrickHouse - (South Carolina)
Enoree Passage of the Palmetto Trail, Section 2 - Brick House Recreation Area to Ridge Road.



#35 - Trail Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail - (Ontario)
Four Loops 4,10,18,23 km. in length. Doubletrack with sweet downhill at the end!



#36 - Trail Caprock Canyons State Park - (All Other Cities)
The lower canyon trail, "main trail" (about 6.5 miles) is mostly a single track trail cutting through the bottom of the canyon. The course is circular and returns back to the parking lot from the Sout



#37 - Trail Windy Point - (Australia)
Very rocky to start, then gets onto a single track and crosses over a road two or three times, no cars use the road.



#38 - Trail Trail off Kasson Rd. - (New York)
Quarry, single track, dirt bike trails



#39 - Trail Singletrack in Orleans - (Ontario)
Pretty long, fast section (faster when coming out) muddy section, technical parts and small bridges (northshore style but crappy). Up and downhill section with some creeks. This is one of few good tra



#40 - Trail Summerset State Park - (Iowa)
This place is an old strip mine so very nice fun factor. Consists of three main trails (Coal Miner's Daughter, Corner Pocket and Riverside) There are two that basically connect to Coal Miner which are



#41 - Trail Decorah Trails - (Iowa)
Trails wind along Upper Iowa River and climb the surrounding bluffs. The vast majority or trails are singletrack with some serious climbs. The bluffs provide outstanding views of the town and surrou



#42 - Trail Earl's Trails - (Massachusetts)
There are four main sections of trails in this general area where Amherst, Hadley, Granby and South Hadley meet:
1.Batchelor Street (B street) trails on the east side of Route 116
2.Lithia Spr



#43 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#44 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#45 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#46 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#47 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#48 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#49 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#50 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#51 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#52 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#53 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#54 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#55 - Trail Kingdom Trails - (Vermont)
Kingdom Trail Association has mapped, signed, and over 100 miles of maintained multiple-use/non-motorized recreational trails that are open to mountain bikes! The trails range from easy cart roads to



#56 - Trail Ford County Lake - (Kansas)
Faily technical cross country with many obstacles; logs, roots, climbs, descents, and trees.



#57 - Trail Willard Brook State Forest - contains Pearl Hill State Park - (Massachusetts)
Trails are mixed: fast fire roads (with some sweet downhills), twisty/rocky/rooty doubletrack (aka XC skiing trails), and a network of rocky/narrow hiking trails. The terrain is hilly, but nothing to



#58 - Trail Pearl Hill - (Massachusetts)
Some really slick trails here - Something here for all skill levels of riders, a hidden gem! There are main fire roads which have many miles of tight single track... Planty of rocks/granite ledges to



#59 - Trail Dr Lawless Park - (Michigan)
Mostly tight and narrow trails ranging in all difficulties. Winding trails up and down. Quick hike out if you bust a chain. About 5 minutes from anywhere on the trail (if you know which way to go)



#60 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#61 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#62 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#63 - Trail Thing Valley/La Posta Rd. - (San Diego)
Can do this as a loop or an out-n-back. The loop is described in Greenstadt''s "San Diego Mt. Bike Guide". Ride up Kitchen Creek Rd. to Sunrise Hwy then down Thing Valley Rd. The out-n-back is, in par



#64 - Trail NO BRAINS - Delamere Woods - (United Kingdom)
Steep hills, berms, jumps, drop offs, single track,



#65 - Trail Gull Rock - (Alaska)
First part fast, Riding along ocean. Then you reach the HARD singletrack. Big rooted sections.



#66 - Trail Pine Hill Park - (Vermont)
Multiple Loops and conectors of varying difficulty levels. Mostly double or single track. Some smooth some technical. Approach is steep and technical. Easier approach from Rocky Pond Access Rd in the



#67 - Trail Shadow Mountain - (Wyoming)
Follow the dirt road up Shadow Mtn. for about 3 miles. This is a mellow but steady climb. Once you appear to be on top of Shadow Mtn., look for a single track off to the left. This trail splits a coup



#68 - Trail Lakawanna State Park - (Pennsylvania)
Many choices for almost all levels. Everything from crazy, tight singletrack to cruising. Trails are all over the park, and it would be best to find a ranger and get a map. The trails posted on the ma



#69 - Trail Grand Ridge - (Washington)
The county has 3,000 acres of park land north of the highway. They are building a new trail from the RR grede to Duthie Hill Park. About 5 miles are done. Trail is open to hikers, bikers and horses






#71 - Trail Browns Camp - (Oregon)
This trail is one of the best trail I have ridden in oregon. It has no bad side. It is 98% technical singletrack loop that rolls and dips. There are some spots that get really technical and are great



#72 - Trail Daniels Road Trail - (New York)
There are several single track loops off the main double track loop.



#73 - Trail LaCamas Lake Trail - (Washington)
Many different paths to choose. From a beginner flat path through the woods to a extreme roller coaster. Beautiful scenery all around with lakes, trees, and waterfalls.



#74 - Trail Buffalo Creek Mountain Bike Area - (Front Range)
There are literally dozens of trail combinations in the buffalo creek area, my favorite is proceeding up buck gulch from Pine Valley Ranch, it is a climb of around a thousand feet over a distance of a



#75 - Trail 18 Mile Creek Park - (New York)
Mostly singletrack all along the upper bank of the creek. Watch out for some killer steep side trails that take you down to the water. Lots of potential for blood donors. ATV's, horses, joggers all en