Justin P. Brindley MB Trail (Sugar Land Memorial) - Trail, Sugar Land, Texas

Justin P. Brindley MB Trail (Sugar Land Memorial) - Trail, Sugar Land, Texas

DESCRIPTION

A short 1.25 mile long pump track is the perfect place for new mountain bikers or BMX'ers to develop their skills or for more advanced riders to challenge themselves on the multiple TTF's (technical trail features). An easy ride that's made fun with a few drop-offs, banked curves, and lots of shade. A nice, flowing trail.

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 28, 2013]
Ginger*Ninja
Weekend Warrior

Here is a brief video that will give you an idea of what this trail is like: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6982bhzSJk

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Jun 30, 2012]
Roll n Ride
Cross Country Rider

The trail sits at the back of Sugarland Memorial Park (I think that is the name) off University drive. Park is nice with RR facilities, etc.

The trail is short and not very challenging, however they did a great job designing it and it is maintained well. My kids ride it too. There is an option on the back side to exit and take a clime up the drainage embankment maybe 80 vertical or so, but gradual climbing. We mix this in for interval training and ride the trail fast. It is fun and close. They have much more land to work with and I can't wait for them to add another 4-6 miles of trails.

Customer Service

Only one really. Drop in at the back side of the gravel jogging trail past the dog park and past the pavilion and RR facilities. It is a one way loop.

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Nothing within 10 miles. Ant Hills is closet and it is a great trail too.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Apr 19, 2010]
bluemirage188
Weekend Warrior

Awesome little track, great for beginners/advanced rides alike. The trail features are very well built, and the trail is as well. It can get a little rutted/bumpy after a rain when people ride it.

Overall very nice, a few drops, skinnies, up and overs, and a logride or two. can make a good trip with some buddies to race around and have fun.

Check it out on a dry day and you wont be dissapointed.

Customer Service

Trail is one way, but finding it as a first timer is kinda tricky. once you pull into the main entrance for sugarland memorial park, you come to a roundabout, you want to make a left (but have to go around the traffic circle) towards the dog park. Go down the gravel road and park in the parking lot, get geared up, ride the gravel walking path toward the right and go around the field to the opposite side away from the parking lot to find the entrance. Trail flow is to the right. I recommend riding the loop once before hitting anything as the landings have varied from time to time as i have been there.

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Memorial park(crowded with offroad roadies in spandex), and definitely jack brooks. rode there this past weekend and it was awesome. some serious stuff built out there, including a floating bridge and multiple high rise wooden rollers.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Mar 23, 2010]
rm
Racer

this trail is the best singletrack in the houston area, hands down.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Oct 15, 2009]
Ray M.
Weekend Warrior

Partially rode this trail today (on the dry areas). Due to recent rains and the resulting mud, I did not want to contribute to erosion. From what I rode and saw, this trail is short and smooth . Well worth it. This is where you go to work on speed and endurance (since you just keep looping, you'll get a great workout). Nice turns. It lacks the annoying wet tree roots the hills and Memorial Park have. In addition, it is a one-way trail. Hopefully, folks will adhere to this. Watch for hikers as they apparently do not have enough hiking space with the 5+ miles of HIKING trails at they have available to them at Sugar Land Memorial Park.

I am a resident of Sugar Land. This is just a great addition to the community. It was built with love and in recognition of a MTB and outdoor enthusiast, thus I ask we do what we can to maintain them in top order.

Have a great ride.

Customer Service

One direction. Single track

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Aug 15, 2009]
soccerdude
Weekend Warrior

I read about this new trail the other day and decided to give it a try. It's very short with no real uphills or downhills to climb. It's more of a pump track than a cross country trail but that's what makes it fun. There are about 15 TTF's along the trail that you can try or you can chicken out and go around them. All are built very solid and are fun to go over. A couple have nice drop-offs at the end. Be carefull as one is located next to the bank of the Brazos River and if you fall off it's a long way down. The only other park I know of in the Houston area with these features is Jack Brooks. It's worth a trip if you're tired of Memorial, Cypresswood, or the Anthills.

Customer Service

Take I-59 South to University Drive. Turn south on University. The road dead-ends at Commonwealth. Turn right on Commonwealth to enter the park. Turn left onto the gravel road and park at the end. The trailhead is located in the woods to the south.

Similar Products Used:

Jack Brooks, Memorial Park

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
1
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