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Mountain Biking North Carolina
by Timm Muth (Falcon Guides)
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Most fun I've had MB'ing. This is a trail that feels 'fair'. For every uphill there was a payoff. And the payoffs were great!. It's like driving a car on a winding road in the mountains. You can ride it in either direction and it's still a blast to ride. I consider myself about an intermediate rider. Technically this trail is about a 3/5 with some Tech 4-5 logs. There are a few stream crossings that provide an option to take as Tech 2 up to Tech 4 depending which side you decide to take. The hills are not too steep and the entire 4.5 mile run winds all over the hillside using all available real estate.This course can be as difficult or as easy as you want depending on the speed you ride
Overall a good trail for beginners. For the most part nothing too aerobically taxing, although there are a few decent climbs. No major descents and not too technical. A few log jumps although tame and some roots to break up the mostly packed dirt.
Definiely a trail for a more skilled rider. The uphills can be tricky if you aren't confident in your abilities. Country park is a good place to ride if you livr in the area and just want a quick 45 minute workout, The trail takes on different qualites when done in different directions.
This is literally a maze of trails and it will take you a couple of rides to get comfortable. But with lots of varying terrain it can be guite a fun ride.
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