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Re: 12 in '12
« Reply #15 on: December 22, 2012, 06:32:04 AM »
     Valley Branch
     Fort Harrison
     Mohican (110k)
     Sheltowee (narrows loop ect...)
 North Carolina
     Pisgah (pmbar  ect...)
     Pinhoti 1,2 and 3
     Tahoe rim trail / Flume trail
   Park City
     Flying Dog
     Mid Mountain trails
     Guardsmans pass (Wastach Crest stuff)
     Ammsa Back
     Slick Rock ( annual night ride with P. Floyd)
     Mag Seven
     Whole Enchilada


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Re: 12 in '12
« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2012, 06:36:26 PM »
Town Run
Fort Harrison
France Park
Brown County SP
Versailles SP
O'Bannon Woods SP
Ben Hawes
Harmonie SP
Mitchell Memorial
Pinhoti Trail (GA)
Bull Mountain (GA)
Aska Trail System (GA)
Jack Rabbit (NC)
Dale Ball (NM)

Just barely got my 12.  Need to ride more next year

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Re: 12 in '12
« Reply #17 on: December 31, 2012, 07:25:04 AM »
     Lafayette (all 4)
     Imagination Glen
     Bluhm County
     Rum Village
     France Park
Kickapoo, Illinois
Arrowhead Trails, New River Gorge, WV
Salamander and Iceberg, The Fred Shed, MD
Michaux (found some new trails this year!)
Turrialba, Costa Rica (featured in switchback magazine issue 07)
     Florencia Loop
     CATIE Loop
     Turrialba Volcano Climb and Descent
San Pablo Etla, Oaxaca, Mexico (featured in switchback magazine issue 08)
     Mid Ridge
     Piedra Descent
Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia (featured in switchback magazine issue 08)
     Kus Tba area/local trails


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Re: 12 in '12
« Reply #18 on: January 03, 2013, 02:34:09 PM »
Has anyone ridden in Springfield, Ohio?

I have ridden both of those trails. John Bryant is the flatest trail you could ever ride and I am not a big fan of MOMBA not good flow IMO. but if you are there and you want to ride you may as well get a taste of these two places.

Yeah, JB is flat.  I wouldn't call it a destination trail, but when I'm in the area, I like to ride there because I built a lot of the first mile of trail there and kept the project alive until more people got involved and ran with it.

I have not ridden MOMBA, but I do know that the "new" trail vaguely referenced in the link (http://ecosportscorridor.com/trails/mountain-biking.html) fell through.  I keep in touch with a few locals there and they had some trail built and then the landowners changed their mind about the trails.

My tally for the year doesn't approach 12 destinations, but I plan on improving for the next year.

Nacogdoches, TX - SFA Rec Trails
Lufkin, TX             - Lost Arrow Trail
Tyler, TX               - Tyler State Park
Indianapolis, IN    - Ft. Harrison


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Re: 12 in '12
« Reply #19 on: January 05, 2013, 06:11:39 PM »
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