Lake Bryan Trails

Bryan, Texas

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Though not the last chapter in the book, this was the last trail I rode while doing research. It was a long hard year—I got rained on half my days in the field, and it sucked a lot of times. I would try to hit two or three hard trails on some days, make notes and take photographs, and I was pretty tired by September. I came out here not really sure what to expect, and found one of the nicest areas of trail development anywhere. It is fairly easy for us tired old guys, but it is sufficiently tricky that you can’t not love it. And it appears to me to be fully sustainable. Somebody has been putting a ton of work into the dirt here and has created something to be proud of. Thank you. There are actually two networks of trails here, the “east loop” and the “west loop.” I rode on the east side because the west had been bulldozed, because the city is building something down there. I learned from the BVMBA website that they plan to get back in there and rebuild all the trails, and that the stuff on the west is the hardest.

Lake Bryan Trails Professional Review and Guide

"Though not the last chapter in the book, this was the last trail I rode while doing research. It was a long hard year—I got rained on half my days in the field, and it sucked a lot of times. I would try to hit two or three hard trails on some days, make notes and take photographs, and I was pretty tired by September. I came out here not really sure what to expect, and found one of the nicest areas of trail development anywhere.

It is fairly easy for us tired old guys, but it is sufficiently tricky that you can’t not love it. And it appears to me to be fully sustainable. Somebody has been putting a ton of work into the dirt here and has created something to be proud of. Thank you. There are actually two networks of trails here, the “east loop” and the “west loop.” I rode on the east side because the west had been bulldozed, because the city is building something down there. I learned from the BVMBA website that they plan to get back in there and rebuild all the trails, and that the stuff on the west is the hardest."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Bryan
Distance: 8
Elevation Gain: 50 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: Year-round, except after rain
Local Contacts: City of Bryan Parks
Driving Directions: Directions to Lake Bryan Trails

Recent Trail Reviews

3/15/2007
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It is a relativly easy ride but has some fun parts. The only real elevation change is when the trail goes up and down the large dike that was built around the lake. It has a few fun little creek bed crossings and downhills off of the dike but other than that kinda uninteresting technically. But if you are in the area and just want to get on the bike to get your fix, it does the trick.



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May 2018