Bridge to Bridge Trail - Trail, White Springs, Florida

Bridge to Bridge Trail - Trail, White Springs, Florida

DESCRIPTION

About 7 to 8 miles of great, rolling singletrack, with assorted "ups and downs" along the way. Good speed area with tight turns!!

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 31, 2008]
Fredman
Cross Country Rider

Relatively flat, twisty, romp through a "tropical" forest. Fun and easy. Lots of exciting blind turns around thick forestation and pretty trek alongside the river. Singletrack is well marked with blue blazes until you come out onto the forest road. At this point you are on your own to determine where you are as there is no signage to let you know that the road (apparently) leads back to the trailhead. I turned it around and backtracked and got to enjoy the single track again.
Since i travel from Atlanta to Jacksonville about once a month, I'll become a frequent rider out here. Well maintained, thanks Suwannee Bike Assoc.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[May 06, 2007]
fibonacci
Cross Country Rider

Recent weather has not been kind to this trail. Several times I had to get off my bike to get around fallen trees in the path, and the lack of rain means there is little activity on the shoals that leand this area its name. Other than that, this is a great beginners trail. You could certainly bring the whole family for a ride through the woods without having to worry that they will face anything they can't handle. I happen to believe that we need trail like this, where beginners can hone there skills. Certainly there are trails in the area that offer greater chalenges, but for those who are looking for a nice ride in the woods, this is a great trail.

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For those looking for greater challenges, head south. San Felasco in Alachua has enough hills to offer a challenging workout. Santos in Ocala more than 60 miles of singletrack and the Vortex stunt area besides. For the truly adventurous, Razorback in Reddick has challenges to test the mettle of even the most accomplished riders.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
[Aug 04, 2000]
THE SWEET PICKLE

This is a great trail that will make you pay attention and you better be a true mountain biker. It takes some skill and good bike handling to ride this trail. It has allot of twists and turns and at a fast pace it will make you work. Enjoy the ride.

Customer Service

Head east out of white sprigs and when you get to the little church and a ball field in the back of it and a grave yard on your left, make a right turn there. Keep following the road till you see the KIOSK. your there!!!!!

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Gar Pond, Big Shoals, Twin Rivers, little Shoals

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
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[Mar 04, 2001]
Bud Elder

Good singletrack about 5 miles long semi-technical with elevation changes. Well buffed trail and can be very fast. Good portion of trail follows the Suwannee River.

Customer Service

Take 41 north out of lake city to white springs turn left on Adams Memorial rd. go to dirt continue until you see kiosk and trail starts there!

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Local trails are managed by Suwannee Bike Association, headquarters are in downtown White Springs.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Apr 15, 2001]
Brother Gene

All the trails in White Springs are good for Florida trails. Bridge to Bridge is one of their best! Good climbs, decents, and a little techy in some spots.

I would recommend this trail to all stable riders, if your good go fast, if not go slow and use caution.

If I lived closer I would ride these trails every day. They are worth the trip from JAX on Saturday! I give it four tires because it is some of the best Florida can offer.

Customer Service

Go to white springs join the SBA and they will give you a map of the trails. They good folks their at SBA do the maintence on these great FL trails. Give them your support if you ride more than once.

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The trail to the front door of SBA. You'll find some good people and good trails!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Apr 08, 2002]
CJ

Rode this trail while I was up camping at Stephen Foster campground. I must admit I was not overly impressed. The previous reviews led to a intermediate rider trail but I thought it was too easy for that. Not overly technical and you had to just lay on the speed to keep it interesting. Veiws were nice though. You get to see the river in a couple of spots... if you slow down to notice. After Belview and Reddick I would lable this trail a moderate beginners course. Nice views, fast with some small technical parts. Good trail to stop by if your in the area.

Customer Service

Pretty easy to find. Right in White Springs. behind the ball field

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Belview... definatly Reddick for a thrill.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
[Oct 27, 2002]
Bill H

All the trails in this area are pretty much the same. Nice views of the river, but not overtly technical at all. Even beginners will find this trail not too difficult. If you want some real fun, head south to razorback. Good for solitude, as I saw no one all day.

Customer Service

website

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Long Branch is better

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
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