Thought I'd share this exerpt from my blog over here.(the whole blog is linked at the bottom in my sig.) This place is great, thanks to anyone who has ever done trail maintenance here.
Mohican State Park - Loudonville, OH
This is quickly becoming one of my favorite trails in the country. A 24 mile loop that is 23.5 miles of incredibly well maintained singletrack. For every climb you are rewarded with a smooth, swooping downhill. I have now completed the loop twice and cut it in half once, this place is going to be a regular stop. The pictures are from last year when I rode it the first time and the video is from this past trip. When I went to bed at the trailhead the night before everything was covered in a light blanket of snow, when I woke it was a great Spring day.
One of my favorite signs in the world.
I must apologize for turning the camera off early in this video. A minute after I stopped the camera my handlebars caught a tree and sent me flying over the bars, it was a classic wreck and the way I landed would have looked great on film. It was around the 22 mile mark and I was feeling it, my brain saw the tree and said "you aren't gonna make it between those trees", my tired body responded with "that is why you are the brain smart guy" and then did nothing to avoid it.
MOHICAN VIDEO 1
This is a great downhill section that is alot of fun, the uphill section really caught me off gaurd at the end and I was more concerned with preserving the battery on the camera than dropping gears to climb. I really can make this climb.
No, I can pedal this, I can.
MOHICAN VIDEO 2
I really can make that climb.
MOHICAN VIDEO 3
Results 1 to 8 of 8
Thread: Mohican State Park
Check out the hottest mountain bike products from these brands!
See All Interbike Coverage - Click Here »