kiwanis trails - Trail, griffin, Georgia

kiwanis trails - Trail, griffin, Georgia

DESCRIPTION

Winding,narrow, all in wooded area, lots of obstacles-downed trees,ditches, stumps,roots. This is a new trail, as of 5-6-05 we still need help cutting the trail wider. We have a lot of fast growing plants.Long pants and eye protection are good.

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 23, 2009]
jdunaway
Downhiller

These trials we're made by a 58 year old man who rides them every day at 4 in the morning. there very technical, and they dont become fun after your second or third time doing them.

Customer Service

its a long, painful loop.

Similar Products Used:

camp thunder.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Dec 29, 2006]
madgooselover
Cross Country Rider

Well i think cry babies like el retardo under my comment shouldnt review a trail theyv riden once and say something bad if they dont know how to ride a bike, is that why a baby cries, because he can not walk who knows, however i will let the creator know he is thought to be a teenager, he will love that..i beleive in this town it is amazing such a trail was put together and how amazingly long it is, and if you really want a workout ride it backwards and forwards without putting a foot on the ground and you will sleep good that night. flat tires havent really been a problem for the past few years, however your bike will take a good beating and problem need some attention afterwards...i would suggest to beginners to go behind roses but land craving bassfishers have destroyed them, unless you know your way across the pipline to "snakesbend" which is off gloria street. sooo basically the kiwanis trails are not easy, but not killer hard, check your brakes and be able to jump a log a two.

Similar Products Used:

dausette is pretty wicked, camp thunder and the conoe base is a work out,fort benning in columbus is ok,fort yargo in winder-barrow is awesome,

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Dec 25, 2006]
jsvarner
Cross Country Rider

I have been mountain biking for six years now and have ridden trails all over this state. I can honestly say that this is the worst trail I have ever ridden. There is no flow to the trail and the turns are all way to tight. I got the impression that this trail was built by a couple of teenagers who never actually rode it to see if it worked. It doesn't. The trail basically goes from one obstacle to the next and never allows the rider to build any type of rhythm. Even though its been here for about a year now it is still hard to follow and somewhat overgrown in places, probably because very few people that ride it ever come back. I only live twenty minutes away and will drive twice as far to get to daussett. To top it off I double flatted from thorns.

Customer Service

Don't bother. Skip this trail and keep driving to Dausett.

Similar Products Used:

Dausett trails in Jackson.

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Sep 30, 2006]
trailRider07
Cross Country Rider

I just rode this trail for the first time earlier today...awesomeness. It is quite the technical course but a lot of fun. The narrowness of the trail and its sudden turns with the occasional steep drop prove to be a fair challenge. I look forward to riding here on a much more frequent basis. Definately check this trail out.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
0
[Mar 29, 2006]
mcraindog87
Cross Country Rider

I live in griffin and ride this trail a couple of times a week. This is a very technical trail that contains many tight turns and a few tricky sections. There are a couple of steep drops along with some tricky root spots. All in all this a good trail to ride on an everyday basis. Riding trials like these will make you faster on more open trails. We are very thankful to have somewhere to ride here in griffin. This trail in fairly worn so it is pretty easy to tell where the trail goes.

Customer Service

Start at the armory and hang a right after the fence.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Oct 01, 2005]
bikerman122
Racer

awesome awesome trail, very technica, awesome workout for racers, great training and overall aawesome trail be sure to look at map before riding trail so you dont get lost on the trail some parts are confusing. worth the driver deinfaltely recomend it.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 16, 2005]
Drodd8
Weekend Warrior

This trail is very new and thus hard to tell how it will turn out. As it is now it is very difficult for a beginner/intermediate rider (such as myself). The trail is poorly marked in places and easy to get off of. It is very, very tight. This makes it hard to keep up any kind of speed, which then makes negotiating the many obstacles overly difficult. The ground is very soft and loose in dry conditions, which leads me to believe it will be unridable when at all wet. I spent most of the ride picking the spider webs, that seem to be everywhere across the trail, out of my eyes and helmet. If you live in the area please check it out and help break it in, but if you have to drive far I wouldn't bother. I would list this trail as advanced, at least for now because it is so tight and technical. It could turn into something nice, once broken in well.

Customer Service

There is only the one loop.

Similar Products Used:

Dauset Trails, Jackson, GA.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
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