Yo kids ,
we just did our annual run to blind Indian today and the other fun stuff the area has to offer , conditions were purely awsome after the storms last night, the #211 trail needs some activity , doesn't look like shes getting used too much , we kicked a bunch of rocks off ,broke some nasty dead branches , etc , still passable , the 1st uphill with switch backs has been storm washed exposing aggregate but thats not suck a bad deal ( traction was pretty good ) , she needs to see more riders ...put this on your agenda, grab some like minded trail hoppers and lets keep this trail fresh
Hey everyone, I am moving back to PHX in 2 weeks from Flagstaff, AZ. for a new job I have landed. I am a registered/professional Geologist and am going back to work in the copper mines in the Globe?Superior area. Im looking to hook up with some guys to go trail riding in the Sycamore Creek, Wildcat and Mile Markers areas. I am a Vet A/B rider/racer. Been racing MX and off road my entire life. Just picked my new 2018 KTM 250 SX (set up for off road) a while back. All of my buddies in PHX have quit riding, so im looking for some new guys to ride with. Please PM me if your are interested in hooking up! Thank you!!
Does any body know of any spots to ride in southeast michigan? I usually ride trails up north in the kalkaska area, but i want to find a spot where i can get on the bike for an afternoon without traveling all that way.
I live around metro detroit, any places within an hour would be great.
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2. Nelson Hills
3. Knob Hill
5. Good Springs
6. Ute Road
7. North Apex
8. Logandale Trails
9. Hell's Half Acre (Alamo)
10. Dutchmans Pass
With the exception of the Alamo area all riding areas can be reached generally within an hours travel time depending what side of town you’re coming from.
You've heard my top ten...let's hear yours. Post them here.
This list was compiled in no particular order just depends on what terrain you want to ride and all areas have both single and double track (for you quad guys).
Some areas have BLM, Lake Mead Recreation Area, Private Land and other out of bound areas so beaware of where your at when riding.
And it wasn't nearly as bad as I've heard. I actually liked it a lot better than Carnegie because I enjoy trails better than climbing hills all day, although Frank Raines has some pretty knarly hills if you're into that. By 6:00 me and my buddies were literally the only people in the park, I had a blast.