So Im moving from sunny San Diego to Cincinnati at the end of this month, what are the trails like in the area? Lots of bikers? How are things in this area? Just curious, thanks in advance!
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Welcome to the area! We've got quite a few trails around...
http://joinomba.org/ and http://spokejunkies.com/v3/ for local trail listings and conditions!
See you out there sometime I'm sure!
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Trails aren't too shabby. I'm a northern kentucky resident myself, but make it to most of the trails in the area at some point during the year.
Ohio trails in the general area...
East Fork State Park
Ceasar Creek State Park
Mitchell Memorial (Brand new, haven't been here yet.)
AJ Jolly Park (in the works)
Devou Park (also in the works)
My favorites in the area are Idlewild and East Fork. Both are very fast trails with great flow. For weekend trips, there are a lot of great options within a 1-3 hour drive. Brown County State Park in Indiana is about 2.5 hours away, and some of the best trails in Kentucky are in the Mammoth Caves area and in the Cave Run/Morehead area. 2.5 hours and 1.5 hours respectively.
Biking in the area is certainly on the rise. New trails seem to be in the works on both sides of the river, and the local shops seem to be doing pretty good.(My favorite is moving into a new location that is twice as big as his current location.)
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Thanks for the info, Im originally from Ohio, just not near Cincy, itll be nice to be so close to family. Hope to see you guys on the trails!
East Fork is nice!
Welcome to the Mid-East, bcyeti!
hey how are you welcome back to Ohio. I'm a So Cal native of Orange county and have lots of family in San Diego. Where in Cinci are you?
Originally Posted by backcountryeti
Where in Cinci are you?
I found a place in Mariemont. Havent had too much time to ride, did make it to Tower Park though, very nice, confusing though. Next up, East Fork.