Stonehenge - TRAIL

Stonehenge - Trail, Raleigh, Carolina

Lots of surprises..sharp turns, dips, logs and short climbs

User Reviews (8)

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trailmaster   [Oct 15, 2000]

Mr. S. Hanks has put together what would be best descibed as a Mt Bike Playground. It is constant twist, log, turn, rock, bump, dip, climb, drop, mound. Got to be 30 log and rock piles, with a bit of water& sand. Hard tight climbing turns. Lots of little climbs. Some perfect text book benches. And, nice fast decents. All in less than 10 acres behind his house. Smack in the middle of a housing development.

Similar Products Used: Tar River Trails
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Roach   [Dec 14, 2000]

This is a MB playground. Not long, but fun. You can go there a mess around, but not a "work out"

Great job!

Customer Service

See above and below reviews

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Ross   [Feb 16, 2001]

Many log piles, hills, and turns. Very fun, come and try it.

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Will   [May 14, 2001]

Really cool neighborhood trail if you only have a short time to ride. Lots of obstacles and challenging
technical moves. The variety of paths you can choose make this trail seem a lot longer than it is.

Customer Service

see above

Similar Products Used: New Light Trails, Hot Marmalade, Rocky Road
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5
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Kevin   [Jun 18, 2001]

This trail is great. It has a few really great stream crossings and a decent sky bridge. It does not have any climbs that require more then a brief effort. The trails have enough turns to occupy up to 1.5 to 2 hours, but it is not an all day affair by any means. It is the perfect afterwork trail for the usual weekend warriors.

Similar Products Used: Dunn Road
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J.Sealey   [Mar 30, 2002]

I live right beside this trail. It contains many log piles on various difficulty levels, steep hills, and various dips.

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French   [Apr 19, 2002]

Best described as a playground. Not a ton of trail, but great use of limited space. Great place to sharpen your skills or go for a quick ride. A little of everything from a skybridge, log jumps, sharp turns and quick ups and downs. Good for riders of both new and intermediate skill-levels.

Similar Products Used: Northern lights
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Wlad   [May 01, 2002]

I bumped in to S Hanks, the property owner and person who actually created the trails. He told me that it really has snowballed in visitors.. His request was that people are informed that this is private property and this trail is NOT open to the public.

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Similar Products Used: Honestly, I live 5 minutes from there and I was pretty exited to hear that Beaver Dam wasn't the closest trail. I went by after work just to check it out, and got the scoop. Honestly I respect the fact that it is his land. I'll stick to Beaver, and New Light opens May 15th!
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