While this may not be the best trail in Texas, it is a good ride. The trail is a great spot for beginners that are ready to get off road and those who are looking for a new place to ride. If you live nearby its nice to just go here for a couple of quick workout loops.
This trail has a wide variety of difficulty and technical challenges. It is unique in several ways. First of all, it is not a sanctioned trail by any cycling organization or parks bureau. As such, it is not typically a destination trail, most riders here are locals, and maintain the thru paths themselves. Another unique quality is the diversity in challenges the trail offers. There are several large drops & climbs, a few jumps, some nice, smooth singletrack and a nice flow trail with some very technical turns. The trail sits on a variety of publicly and privately owned lands, so be careful where you tread, there are no trespassing signs in MOST places. A good rule of thumb is if you see a fence, don't cross it, even if it's been knocked down. The most challenging parts are pretty challenging, but it's a little bit of everything, including some paved trail and crushed granite. Lots of sand in some places. More than 12 mi if you catch the trails in the right order.
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