I don't think I have ridden any of those. If I have, it was probably on my gravel bike. I believe a friend of mine rides there fairly often (he lives pedaling distance) with his teenage son. Pretty sure all green level trails.oakmont
Very little "tech". Lots of flow trails. There are options for jumps and such you can take to make it more interesting if needed. I would recommend, and for all skill levels.Hulda crooks
Max. Ascent Climbing Day! - Joshua T.'s 30.7 mi mountain bike ride
Coach said climb. 200'/mile if you don't count the road riding to/from the dirt.
Crafton is all green/blue. Depending on your fitness level it may be a quick ride, or a full ride (I am an endurance type person).Crafton hills
Exploring Crafton - Joshua T.'s 18.0 mi mountain bike ride
First ride here. Did a short hike once.
I wasn't aware of this one. So nobody I know is riding there.Alder creek
This is HuldaSouth hills preserve
Bit of everything. Though the trail network is very confusing without some local knowledge or a guide. It is where I call home and I can spend 5 hours out there (I did last Thursday) and not be bored.Sycamore canyon
Armistice ride - Joshua T.'s 34.4 mi mountain bike ride
Maybe, just maybe I enjoyed a free burger today 🤪 Jumping puddles from '98-'08.
I just rode a small bit of SART (Loch Leven and Post Office Loop) this weekend and it was stunningly beautiful. Unless the weather suddenly shifts, it will be fine.min late November is the SART/alder creek type stuff heading up the mountains good to ride or already snowy/icy?
This past weekend: