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    What features would draw you to travel to a new East TX trail?

    The city of Center, TX is interested in building new mountain bike trails. I'm not talking about a new technical 30-mile loop or anything out of this world, but the new trails could be different and fun.

    With that said, what features would tempt you to travel to a new trail in East Texas? I'd like to compose a list of appealing features that would draw you here and submit it to my City Manager and Council as I talk outline the type of riding we could offer.

    Would you travel for a pump track? A flowy jump track? Are you more interested in tight singletrack or a challenging climb? Maybe you'd like several wooden features to hone your skills upon.

    Please reply with your ideas. These small wooden and open areas are a blank canvas as far as trails are concerned. Help me help you as I rally my city to build something unique to our half of the state. I've been talking with different trail builders this week. So, the sooner I have your ideas, the better!

    Thanks!

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    10 miles or more, flowy, fun and other stuff to do in the area. Oh and it's in Arkansas... j/k
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    fast, long, flowy, lots of exposure but in another state.

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