Turkey Mountain - TRAIL

Turkey Mountain - Trail, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Techical riding ranging from easy to hard.

User Reviews (54)

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ahunt2288   Cross Country Rider [Apr 20, 2015]

Great area in Tulsa to ride. Nice trails that make riding very enjoyable.

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5
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3
sportsaddict99   Cross Country Rider [Apr 24, 2014]

My favorite trail system in Oklahoma. This place has everything - smooth flowing trails, rock gardens, DH lines, long climbs, tight forests, roots, ponds and hidden trails. This is a huge system of trails with 4 clearly defined loops. I recommended riding a colored trail and piecing together lines around the mountain. Yellow trail is the most popular and for good reason - it is flowy in parts with a mile long climb and fun stuff thrown in. I won't go on about the other color trails but know that they are all fun. Be sure you know where you are so you don't get lost.

Customer Service

Pink trail from old parking lot

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5
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5
ruderider   Weekend Warrior [Jan 09, 2011]

This trail is a Blast. Recently moved down here from Michigan. It reminds me of some of the trails in the U.P. or the Eastern part of Michigan. Lots of trails to pick from. Needs to be a little more organized.

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4
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3
jeepmotomountian   Weekend Warrior [Apr 23, 2010]

Turkey mountain has dramaticly improved in the last year. Tulsa Parks has spent alot of money in making it a very nice and up keept place. As for the trails, the trails are in great condition. The main trails are so much fun. However there are over a hundred unmarked trails. Every time I go I find more pretty long trails that are not hardly used at all. And I have not seen a queer the two years I have been going thier, It is really perfect now.

Customer Service

all of them

Similar Products Used: Keystone
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5
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5
Stumpjumpercomp   Cross Country Rider [Dec 30, 2007]

The best oklahoma has to offer... A true mountian biking mecca for both cross-country riders and hardcore downhillers. miles and miles of trails...very very technical. cant wait to get back on it.(broke my leg in 3 places riding on it) :D Just be carefull not to back into the parking space and come dressed in your garb...queers are everywhere.

Customer Service

yellow trail is a good for begginers and those with more experence.

Similar Products Used: Hear keystone and greenleaf is good but only been in town a year and turkey has satisfied my biking needs enough for now.
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5
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4
James   Weekend Warrior [May 21, 2007]

This place ranges from novice to extremely technical. I saw a comment about the sewage plant at the north end of the trail. The author was right, it's hard to breath heavily in the presence of that thing. If Turkey Mountain has a blemish, that's definately it. The ridge trails are the best. They're long if with some fast sections, a couple tiny down dips and climbs and one 20 - 30 ft. hill climb at the northern end. There are a lot of rocks on the eastern side of the mountain, which at times gets a little tricky. The ridge trail on the top of the mountain has a long, but gradual hill climb that usually gets my legs burning by the summit.

The northwestern section of the course is poorly marked and doesn't seem to be ridden that often, so expect to get lost. The trails are smooth and easy though. There are also a few ramps and other things that BMX'ers have put up. I ride there several times per month and am starting to get tired of the trail; which really isn't a criticism of Turkey Mountain. I wish there were other decent trails in the Tulsa area. At any rate, you really can't go wrong with Turkey Mtn. Expect to take some spills because it's a fact of life at this place.

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5
VALUE
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4
Tri   Downhiller [Apr 20, 2007]

no matter what you ride or how you ride ther is trail for you from newbs to experts there is plenty of trail.

Customer Service

the whole east side of the mountian is a little crowded the hi-chie is hardest the ho-chie is intermediate and the low-chie is easy the best technical trail is a split off of the spider ( the northwest trail at the top of elwood) take your first right and enjoy

Similar Products Used: there is no trail that I would not recomend
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5
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5
geneo   Weekend Warrior [Feb 13, 2007]

howdy .turkey has its own views about riders if your aggressive you'll eat it and if your not aggresive youll still eat it . its always good to ride with a partner just in case you cant call 911 to get you out of there when you fly down the garden of the rocks about 40 mph.and you eat it.turkey has many trails that makes it pretty cool to ride. raced it plenty of times its the only place that gives me a reason to up grade parts .. or you can ride river side if you dont WANT TO EAT IT..

Customer Service

start from the snake then let the good roll.

Similar Products Used: keystone .. skull head ..
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5
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4
dauwalt   Weekend Warrior [Mar 26, 2005]

Great network of trails. Has something for almost everyone, except long climbs. The only part that stinks about the trail is the sewage treatment plant on the north end when the wind is not right. It really stinks.

Customer Service

Any.

Similar Products Used: Keystone
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5
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3
JC   Weekend Warrior [Feb 01, 2004]

I just started riding out there and have taken my fair share of beatings. The trails are technical and are really awesome if you are used to riding. If you go down by the pepsi plant (north end) there are some really extreme drops and ladders are being built. If you are looking for a great downhill park, this is not for you. Bring gears, suspension, and a spare tube or patches. Trails are not marked well along the path, but there is a topo map at the lower parking lot. This is the best trail in tulsa and surrounding areas. If you like to road ride, there is a very long asphalt trail.

Customer Service

From the bottom lot (elwood and 73rdish) GO NORTH AND UP TO THE CONCRETE SLAB AND GO RIGHT. From there it is up to you and your bike.

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5
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3
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