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    MI google map of all the trails

    So - I made a map of all the trails in MI.
    http://goo.gl/maps/FBdP
    Enjoy

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    Thanks!

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    This is great! Thanks!

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    Sheesh, nice job. Nice resource for the public.

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    This post is in 3B, three beers and it looks good eh!

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    Cool. Thanks for putting this together. I'm looking forward to hitting some local trails in the area this summer and this will help!

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    Good Job !!!!!

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    very nice thank you

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    No offense, but it's been done before.

    http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...96626d7e7fe810

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    why doesn't this get put onto the mmba.org trail page?

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    What you guys really need to do is start uploading to GeoLadders . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by batorok
    why doesn't this get put onto the mmba.org trail page?
    I posted it there as well.

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    Great work

    Dauber76- most of the links don't work on that any more so the "new" one is a little better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zgjp82
    Great work

    Dauber76- most of the links don't work on that any more so the "new" one is a little better.
    Trail heads should still be in the correct location, unfortunately the MMBA trail guide updates broke my links.

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    Nice work!
    Last edited by storminn0rm; 06-19-2011 at 06:05 PM.

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    Just got back to Ann Arbor after 4 years in DC, I was hoping this existed - THANKS!

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    I wrote MTBR a couple times on this four or five years ago. They said, twice, they were going to implement a master map, which it seems to me they could do somewhat easily from all their data. In PA alone there are hundreds of trails but no way to figure out if you're near any of them!

    Locally we started a Philly Area Map that been expanded a bit: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=...2493,10.931396

    I'm in London, UK for the summer. MTB is huge here but there is no riding in central London. With 300+ UK locations in MTBRs trail reviews there's got to be some close. But again, if I don't know the name of a small area or village I won't be finding them.

    UPDATE! I just found this site http://www.mtbroutefinder.co.uk/

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    Just to add to these, there are also some quite tough single track trails in Greenland, MI.I think about 7 to 8 miles worth, maybe more now. East of the Porkies and South of Houghton/Hancock. About a mile from where I live. They do the Miner's Revenge bike race through them. Believe they added a small downhill course this year as well, maybe about a 2 minute descent?

    If anyone is interested, you can get onto them from the Adventure Mining Co. Like I said though, they aren't your average bike trails and are quite tough.

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    Great work! Very cool!

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    Cool I just started riding and I'm getting bored with the bike trail by my house, Now I have some other places..

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    I was/am stoked to have found this! Awesome! I just gotta find someone to ride with.

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    great

    thanks

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    Thanks! Im moving to Dearborn Mi in January and this will be a huge help!

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    There is one trail you may want to know about that isn't on that list, LOHS, Lake Orion High School its just above Pontiac, Mi., its been open for racing in the winter, and broomed so you can ride in the winter, Rays Indoor in Cleveland is another option. Happy Trails
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    This is gonna be a huge piece to my summer! Thank you for this

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    Awesome. I'm fairly new to the scene so I'm not familiar with a lot of the trails. This should make finding them a billion times easier.

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