Central Park - Trail, Cumming, Georgia

Central Park - Trail, Cumming, Georgia

DESCRIPTION

Great trail system including options for all levels of riders from beginner to advanced. The trail system is all singletrack and loops around the park for over 5 miles of riding. A freeride park is also located in the back corner with some jumps and north shore style technical trail features. check out www.rambo-mtb.org for more info

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 25, 2014]
Over50rider
Cross Country Rider

This trail has really changed over the last few months. Rambo has added a great climb using the dirt area from the water treatment plant construction. The trail is directional depending on the day of the week. I ride it at least 2 days a week after working night shift which gives me a good workout. It has some technical areas along with tight turns. If you live in the area you need to try it out.

Customer Service

Directional trail each direction gives a different ride.

Similar Products Used:

Chicopee, Charleston Park, Jakes Mountain trails and University Of North Ga trail in Oakwood

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Dec 22, 2010]
Vertical Earth
Weekend Warrior

This trail is much improved in the recent months. While the construction around the park and the water treatment plant forced a change, RAMBO has done a great job of re-routing it and adding some additional interest. If you have not ridden in awhile, it is more difficult than the shortened version of the summer, but still a good beginner track.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 16, 2010]
Mope Head
Weekend Warrior

The back section (upper hill area) is currently closed and bulldozed. Bummer. It was the most aerobic part of the trail. Don't know what's happening or if it will include any biking. I ride this trail weekly. It's an easy workout and it's on my way home from work so what's not to like?

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[May 01, 2010]
Weekend Warrior
Weekend Warrior

This trail has a few mild short climbs,technical small hills,small creek crossing,and bridge crossing.The trail is mostly smooth with some roots.Wooded area and Open with overlook of park,baseball fields,Golf frisbee,walking/running trail,and wooded area.

This trail has change alot in last five years. Examples: Rerouted trails,Pretty good jump park and Teeter Tot section, but is now gone since summer of 2009 and,The orginal trail is 3.5 miles long (28 min for intermediate riders), and now is 2.4 miles long (17 min for intermediat riders) which is due to temp construction job of water dept expansion; I've ran up on the guys who maintain this trail, and said, "that this section should open back up", but on the other side of this trail there constuction of a building going up; so that section maybe permantly closed I don't know for sure,and open area riding is mostly rutted out.Overall this trail ok; especially if you live near by looking for quick ride,and ok for little ones ,but not worth driving too far to; it just used to be alot better.(RAMBO & Forsyth Couty need to get together to improve it or make like it used to be.

Customer Service

Follow the days of the week.

Similar Products Used:

Big creek, Blankets Creek, and Chicopee Woods.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Nov 23, 2007]
Biker119
Weekend Warrior

This trail is about 3.5 miles long good for begginer riders and not a rooty trail pretty smooth surface single track not a lot of scenery more of a open space but a few wooded parts and a couple of short steep hill climbs and an optional jump park half way threw the trail.

Customer Service

follow the signs during seperate days of the week

Similar Products Used:

Big creek,Blankets creek

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
[Aug 27, 2006]
david
Weekend Warrior

Ratings for degree of difficulty are certainly subjective, but I would have a hard time rating this trail anything but beginner. This would be a great spot to take a kid or a novice rider to get comfortable with mountain biking. Mush of the trail system is cut through open fields, and much of what is in the trees is gererously wide, so the fear of tree-smack should not be much of a factor for the beginner. It seems to be a fine place for a cardio workout as well. The trail is directional and alternates daily. There is good signage on the trail.

Worth mentioning is the freeride course. Being a XC rider, I don't often get my wheels too far off the ground. This course provides a place for me and my earthboud buddies to get a little flight training.

Central Park has a large Frisbee golf course that is intertwined with the bike trail in spots.

Similar Products Used:

Blankets Creek

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Nov 15, 2005]
-G-
Cross Country Rider

supposedly right at 3.7 miles mixes some forest riding, some path through grassy areas, some powerline switchbacks overall, a beginner trail that is good for cardio workouts note, park and trail are open until 11 p.m. (as of 11/2005) and this is a great nightride spot. You don't need an HID for this trail, any 10w system should do. please note that the trail alternates directions, and that it is a figure 8 if you add in the back hill. there are blind corners, so if you're going the wrong way, you could screw up one of us who bomb it hard going the right direction (yep, speaking from experience). trail is maintained by RAMBO chapter of Sorba.

Customer Service

either way -- depends on day for alternating directions

Similar Products Used:

Bull Mtn., Chicopee, Big Creek.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Sep 20, 2005]
kegsbu
Weekend Warrior

Trail is about 3 mi. I use it as part of my weekly cardio workout. Trail alternates direction based on days. It's a good trail to introduce someone to Mt. biking likes friends, wife, or kids.

Customer Service

400 north to Keith Bridge rd. left Central Park on you left. Trail at the back of park

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Feb 24, 2005]
dvnt
Downhiller

XC trail including Freeride area opens March 26th 2005.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
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