149th and Anderson - Trail, south east Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

149th and Anderson - Trail, south east Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

DESCRIPTION

Semi-technical single track with nice dropins. Great trail riding for experienced and novice riders.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 08, 2009]
cigar_fiend
Weekend Warrior

I am really wanting to try this trail. I haven't seen a review that is recent. So that is why I am wondering if the trail still exists.

Thanks in advance for the help!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
1
[Oct 20, 2005]
sarah25
Weekend Warrior

Went out to find this trail today, but the lady at the corner convenience store said they closed the trail a few months ago, because too many people were getting hurt. If anyone finds anything different, let us know!

OVERALL
RATING
0
VALUE
RATING
0
[Apr 09, 2005]
MNRbike
Cross Country Rider

Road on Saturday the 9th of April. Had a total blast. The trail is in really good shape and there is much less sand than I remember there being a few years back. If you ride Nudraper alot, you'll find a much better workout at anderson. There's quite a few nice drop-ins and some decent downhill sections. There's a few climbs with a nice batch of sand at the top to really burn the quads. Met a guy on the trail who was backpacking a shovel on his bike and scooping the sand out. He said he was one of the guys who built the trail and invited us to ride anytime because the more people ride it the better it will get. If you ride in the summer recommend you take a full load of water with you.

Customer Service

Single loop was 9.1 miles.

Similar Products Used:

Nudraper

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Nov 12, 2003]
out18law18
Cross Country Rider

Probably my favorite track for training. Someone recently did some maintainence and scraped some of the sand away. It has a good mix of drops, uphill, and bumpy downhill. Did i mention uphill?

Customer Service

Trail head is just west of the intersection of 149th and Anderson road. Look for a section of camoflage fence.

Similar Products Used:

Nudraper(great maintainence by OEF), Bluff Creek, Clear Bay

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Mar 11, 2000]
Andy

this trail has a good mix of climbs and fun stuff. there are a couple of places with semi-big drops and a couple of climbs that seem to never end. really good for around here

Similar Products Used:

nudraper, hefner, bluff creek

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Mar 23, 2000]
RILEY

I LIKE THIS TRAIL BECAUSE IT OFFERS HARD UP HILLS ALONG WITH ALOT OF TECHNICAL STUFF GREAT TRAINING TRAIL

Similar Products Used:

HEFNER, DRAPPER, THUNDERBIRD(AKA DIRTYBIRD), ADA

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 07, 2000]
Russell

I LOVE this trail. It is an excellent training ride with many good climbs combined with technical, tight stuff. The only problem is with trail maintenance. It is probably only done once or twice a year and therefore is very grown up in the summer. But sometimes is even worth fighting the brush to ride!
Check it out! The first fork in the trail : left is to finish and right takes you just as far as you've already come. I recommend this trail to Intermediate to advance riders. Thanks.

Customer Service

From Norman I take 12th ave. which turn into Sooner Rd. all the way out to 149th. Take a Right(west) at 149th until you come over a hill and see a total. This is about a mile after two stop signs. The trailhead is behind a camo fence on the Left before the stopsign.

Similar Products Used:

Thunderbird and Post rd.(new Draper)

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jul 24, 2000]
Chad

This trail has sandy, hard, and muddy terrain and is an overall fun trail. Ignore the keep out signs. It's private land and the owner doesn't want to be liable for your actions... I think

Customer Service

Out and around the loop.

Similar Products Used:

Draper

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Feb 07, 2001]
Jeremy

Good trail!!! Several good drops and a lot of ground to cover. Many hills gradually climb giving a great workout and the mixed in sand bed every so often can make it tough. Not alot of traffic on the trail most of the time, and it sometimes gets a little over grown during the summer. Not a real technical trail, but a fun ride. Doesn't compare with New Draper or Thunderbird in my opinion. Average.

Customer Service

I-35 and Robinson East to Sooner(12th) North to 149th East to parking lot just west of Anderson Road and 149th intersection. Trail branches off to the northeast of the parking area.

Similar Products Used:

Clear Bay and New Draper

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
[Nov 04, 2001]
Matt Fulks

The trail is pretty overgrown. I got scratched up pretty good by thorns and branches that are sticking out over the trail. This place would rock if it weren't so overgrown. There are some sand pits, but nothing serious. Lots of dips in and out of a creek.

Customer Service

Don't follow the directions above. Why get off at Sooner? Go down a few more miles and get off at Douglass Blvd. Once off the highway, go back to the north about a quarter mile and turn right at the stoplight (74th st). Go one mile and turn south on Post Rd. It will turn into Stanley Draper drive and the road will snake around Lake Draper for a few miles. After a mile or two, you will see Westminister Rd. Don't turn there. Keep going until you see Westminister that goes south. Turn left onto Westminister, go south a mile or two to 149th st and turn left. Go one mile and the parking is on your left right before Anderson Rd.

Similar Products Used:

Draper (Post Road), Bluff Creek (Eagle Bluff on MTBR), Clear Bay.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
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