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Spinner

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1/11/2012 4:50 PM

I'm looking for some good riding down around southern Oklahoma or north Texas.
Anyone know any good trails to recommend?
Just ready to go somewhere different than northwest Arkansas.

eastexasmtb

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8/26/2012 3:26 PM

if you ever make your way to east texas(Tyler,TX) we've got a ton of singletrack.

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8/27/2012 9:49 AM

Ever used Trails.com? Pretty good resource. I've also started to use Strava purely to discover new trails. When on their site, it's under the 'discover' tab I think. The number of times a trail has been ridden is usually a good indicator about it's popularity.

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Spinner

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8/27/2012 2:24 PM
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Thanks. I've looked at Trails.com before.
I thought asking here might be better. Get more honest opinions etc etc.

eastexasmtb

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8/28/2012 5:09 PM

bturman wrote:

Ever used Trails.com? Pretty good resource. I've also started to use Strava purely to discover new trails. When on their site, it's under the 'discover' tab I think. The number of times a trail has been ridden is usually a good indicator about it's popularity.

strava is pretty good, i use it for finding trails and timing.

BloodyRoots

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8/29/2012 6:09 PM

Northshore in dallas, big cedar in grand prairie.... stroll down to cameron park in waco for a gnarly shred.

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