Timmons Park Mountain Bike Trail

Greenville, South Carolina

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The Greenville Spinners built this trail with the intent of having a practice ground close to home for after-work and lunch-hour workouts. Most locals use the trail on weekdays, riding the loop three or four times to keep their technical skills honed for weekend adventures. The small space the park offers has been utilized to its full potential. You have to see this trail to believe it. Be prepared for tight turns, rocks, and roots, a series of switchbacks, and some whoop-dee-do’s. And with an elevation change of about 100 feet, the trail generates several short steeps and technical descents. Yes, all this in under 2 miles. Tread: Singletrack.

Timmons Park Mountain Bike Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The Greenville Spinners built this trail with the intent of having a practice ground close to home for after-work and lunch-hour workouts. Most locals use the trail on weekdays, riding the loop three or four times to keep their technical skills honed for weekend adventures.

The small space the park offers has been utilized to its full potential. You have to see this trail to believe it. Be prepared for tight turns, rocks, and roots, a series of switchbacks, and some whoop-dee-do’s. And with an elevation change of about 100 feet, the trail generates several short steeps and technical descents. Yes, all this in under 2 miles. Tread: Singletrack."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Greenville
Distance: 1.8
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Greenville Parks and Recreation; (864) 467-4350
Local Maps: USGS Greenville
Driving Directions: Directions to Timmons Park Mountain Bike Trail

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8/25/2007
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pure dissapointment. this "trail" is nothing but dead-ending segmnets. It has great single-track potential, but would require alot of trail-maint. don't bother unless you're going to play frisbee golf, which is great here.



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