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    I only know of 2 trails down here. Anyone else know of some good trails in south florida?

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    Virginia Key in Key Biscayne
    Amelia in Hialeah
    Oleta in North Miami/Aventura
    Markham in Sunrise

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    I'll add Quiet Waters in Deerfield Beach also in Broward County to the list above.

    All parks are unique in their own right and are great to ride..
    Current ride(s) 2011 Santa Cruz Blur LT

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    Most of the time I hit Pinehurst because it is the closest one to me. Decent, short trail. Dyer is an alright park to hone you're skills as a beginner. Relatively easy, flat but has some tech parts to it. Probably would be a good place to introduce a friend to the sport. West Delray is also pretty nice. Again a short trail. A little further north you have Halpatoikee, Sand-pit Jonathan Dickinson,and Fort Peirce. I won't elaborate on those because you can read about all these trails in the link above.

    My personal favorite trail is Markham down here. Awesome trail system, constantly getting improvements. Just ask Oscar
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    I live close to a small trail in a park called Easterlin Park so thats where I normally go but it is such a short ride. I was gonna try Quiet Waters next weekend hopefully. Other than that I will try to go to Markham soon too. Thanks for the help.

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    Delray West is definitely worth the drive.

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    Maybe one day but I doubt ill have time to go that far anytime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfb12 View Post
    Maybe one day but I doubt ill have time to go that far anytime soon.
    West Delray is a short trip from Quiet Waters. It's just off 441.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bclagge View Post
    West Delray is a short trip from Quiet Waters. It's just off 441.
    Awesome, being new to this sport I didn't even know about West Delray! That's riding distance from my house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmtnt View Post
    Awesome, being new to this sport I didn't even know about West Delray! That's riding distance from my house!
    I rode it for the first time a couple of weeks ago.
    The crew have put a lot of effort/maintenance into the trail....something you will notice once you get into the "jungle". It's a slower trails with lot's of roots and other obstacles to keep it interesting.

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    I just watched a vid on W. Delray, looks like a nice alternative I'm going to check out.

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    I may check out west delray sometime. Ill have to figure out a way there though.

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    I strongly recommend West Delray as well. I probably spend equal time split between there and Quiet Waters, as I live in Boca and work in Delray.

    W. Delray is easy to get to, just take Atlantic Ave. due west until it dead ends in to the park. There's two entrances to the trail on the west side, the easier one to find is right behind the RC car track.

    The only down side to the trail is no hose/water/wash station or bathrooms (port a potties are present), so make sure you bring water with you, there's no place to fill up.

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    That's really far to even question riding ill have to find a truck to borrow. Yeah coming from sample and military that wouldn't be fun.

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