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    Awesome!!! A lot of reviewers comment about these trails being fast and flowey and rollercoastery, and this IS a fact! I loved every minute of it… and my S-Works loved it too! The last trails I did today were Skinny and Brown Wave and averaged 12mph… Now that’s what I call fun!!!!!

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    I had an amazing time. Skinny was my route of choice for the day. This thrill ride had me exhausted at just mile two. This loop it’s about seven miles. It’s best when is dry, the rain made the terrain too slippery. I had a blast.

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    Trails have great substance. Smooth and wide track, flows well, and great for beginner’s to intermediate. Full suspension is mostly unneeded but on a few on the trails. Deep step and Tower/Big Rock loops are shorter but with more challenges. My favorite is Great Wall trail clockwise. Most trails clockwise (for some unknown reason) seem to flow better than counter-clock wise. Be prepared for MANY riders who: do not wear helmets, ride wal-mart specials, and ESPECIALLY do not know riding etiquette. There are over 30+ miles of trail, but anyone should be able to knock out 16+ in a good hour or two without wasting your camel back. There are no long climbs…Best place in the CSRA to ride, otherwise go to Pisgah national forest in NC for a challenge.

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    bike trail

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