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    What island has the best riding?

    I was just wondering which island had the best riding?
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    why type of riding? XC, DH, jump? Singletrack crazy or view oriented?

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    The view is not that important but single track flowy trails would be best
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    For ease of accessing them, I think Maui and Oahu can't be beat.

    Although the photos from Molokai Ranch does seem tempting.

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    What island has the best riding?

    There are trails on Molokai??

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    Yes, Molokai Ranch used to have a pretty good trail system/bike rental program during the late 90s. You can still bring your bike there and from what I heard there are a few epic trails/skill area.

    Again, access to the island is not as simple as a drives away, and there are not too many other things to do there.

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    What island has the best riding?

    How many miles of trails?

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    Not sure. But enough to keep you entertain for half a day to whole day depending on what you are looking for. Call Molokai Ranch to get info. Is been a while.

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    I heard there is like a hundred miles of trail on Molokai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsguy View Post
    I heard there is like a hundred miles of trail on Molokai.
    Mostly covered with kiawe thorns, so bring lots of tubes and patches. Molokai Ranch no longer advertises biking as an activity, so it's iffy if you'd have full access to the trails on the ranch.

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    This is probably the closest thing we have to a flowy singletrack trail here on the Big Island. This was the second time riding this place for me when I took this vid at the end of last year.

    Of course viewing it in HD 1080p would be the best.

    I like to hug trees at FULL SPEED!

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