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    New rider in Huntsville, AL

    Hey guys, I just picked up a cheap Mountain Bike (Specialized Hardrock) and am looking to get back into some trail riding. I've been to Monte Sano a bunch but will probably ride there on the majority of my rides but I was just wondering if there was anything else in the area. I've heard of Wade Mountain and the Wheeler Wildlife refuge. Are those places any good?

    I have to make the drive to Chattanooga soon, I've heard there are some good rides over there.

    Anyway, I am sorry if this has been asked before. I'm sure I could search for it but I've opted for real discussion so please help me out!
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    Wade Mnt is OK, not nearly as many miles of single track as you will find at Monte Sano, but it's still a fun place to ride.

    Wheeler is mostly a big fire-road style loop of about 12 miles or so.

    In Hunstville, there is also Blevins Gap. It's on the south side of town. I have never ridden there yet, it's still on my list of trails to try.

    Oak Mountain in Birmingham is a good destination, too. About an 18 mile loop, very fast and flowy.
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    +1 for Oak Mtn ... they have added 3 miles to the trail so its now a 20 mile loop
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    Blevins Gap sounds intriguing. I live on the south side of town so anything close is good. I am hoping to hit Oak Mountain this coming weekend since that's not too much of a drive. Thanks for the heads up on Wade Mountain.
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    Monte Sano is the obvious choice (you know that... just because it's close). Don't forget about the Land Trust trails just off Bankhead Pwky about 1/2 way up. Wade mountain is very rocky and technical, but a good trail nonetheless.

    Wheeler is pretty much flat. I'd go to Bankhead National Forest... specifically Pine Torch and Brushy Loop. Share those with horses, but definitely good trails.

    There is Hurricane Creek between HSV and B-ham in the Cullman area.

    I'd definitely plan a trip to Chattanoga to Racoon and also a bit further west in the Cleveland/Ocoee area... the Tanasi and Chilhowee Trail Systema. Lots to do other than just biking there. Camping, Swimming, Biking, Hiking, Rafting or Kayaking.

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    Thanks for the input waterdogs. I sort of forgot about the landtrust. I have done some hiking there, mostly on the "bluff trail" name? If I can bike on that trail it may be my before/after work get away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdreher55
    Thanks for the input waterdogs. I sort of forgot about the landtrust. I have done some hiking there, mostly on the "bluff trail" name? If I can bike on that trail it may be my before/after work get away.
    You can bike all the Landtrust trails. Blevins Gap is Landtrust property as well as Wade Mtn.

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    I hit the bluff line trail this morning. They were calling for rain all night/morning but I didn't see any, the trail was dry! I have to say though, I miss the trails up in Northern Michigan. I am not used to all the rocks.
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    Are you following me? Michigan to Alabama?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterdogs
    Are you following me? Michigan to Alabama?
    I must be, lol. Now move to Colorado so I can go there.
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    Hey, sounds good to me. That's one of the places the wife and I have been talking about, either that (or somewhere out west) or NC, SC or VA. Just need to find work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterdogs
    Hey, sounds good to me. That's one of the places the wife and I have been talking about, either that (or somewhere out west) or NC, SC or VA. Just need to find work.
    The wife and I considered NC for a while but settled on CO. Every time I go out there I do everything I can to extend my stay. As soon as she finishes school we are on the way.
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    Sounds like I will be following you this time.

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    Yeah I can't wait to go out there. For now I just have to find some decent riding trails in the area. I have convinced the wife to let me to go to Oak Mountain this weekend (hopefully there isn't a race going on). I am contemplating the drive to Chattanooga instead though. I haven't been to either so i'm not sure which would be better. I like fast flowing single track. We had a lot of that up in the Traverse City area. These rocks slow me down a lot here!
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    There you go again... following us (must be on the same mindset). We are going to Oak on Sat. Be there about 11ish or so.

    We have been told by those that have been here for a number of years, if you can ride Monte Sano you can ride anywhere. If you don't like rock gardens, I'd stay away from all the Land Trust trails including Wade Mtn and Devil's racetrack as well as off of Bankhead. We clipped at Wade for our first time ever clipping and were both miserable... have gotten used to it now.

    Never biked in Traverse, been there once. Loved the area, especially Petosky and on up to the fingers, then back down through Sleeping Bear, etc. We vacactioned ALOT in Ludington, Mainstee, down to Holland area. Lived just west of the Detroit airport for ten years. Still have a house up there too.

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    I will be headed to Oak mtn on Saturday probably. My fear is that it's going to be very busy there, same with Raccoon Mtn. I just hope the weather is tolerable (less than 105).

    I found this morning the Land Trust is just full of rock gardens which I'm not too fond of. I'll be sticking with Monte Sano locally.
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    Neither Oak Mnt or Raccoon get so busy that it causes problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike Poor
    Neither Oak Mnt or Raccoon get so busy that it causes problems.
    great! I am glad to hear that.
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    Hey Riders,

    I will be in the Huntsville Area this weekend and was looking to get a ride in early morning on Monday. I plan on riding Monte Sano as I have never brought a bike to this area.

    Anyone willing to post up for a ride? I was thinking ~8:00. Ususal place to meet? I would be looking for a decent ride of 20 - 30 miles. I ride a strong intermediate pace but will just be out to be out.
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    I am off and will probably be riding somewhere, just not sure where. Not sure about the wife, think she has to work.

    Coming into the park, stay straight. You will come to a fork in the road. At the fork on the right is the hiking trailhead. Stay right at the fork and go a couple hundred more feet. Go past the house on the left and just past that house is a road on the left with a sign for cabins 1 to 5. Turn left. Your immediate right is the biking trailhead.

    Family trail is a good fast warm up. My favs are Logan and Keith trails, but you'll have to go down the north side of the mountain a bit to get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extrmtao
    Hey Riders,

    I will be in the Huntsville Area this weekend and was looking to get a ride in early morning on Monday. I plan on riding Monte Sano as I have never brought a bike to this area.

    Anyone willing to post up for a ride? I was thinking ~8:00. Ususal place to meet? I would be looking for a decent ride of 20 - 30 miles. I ride a strong intermediate pace but will just be out to be out.
    I have been hitting Monte Sano at 8 the last few days. Monday I would believe most people have off so I'm sure there will be some riders there. For me, 20-30 miles on Monte Sano... ouch. I can usually do 10-15 but I just started riding after a 4 year hiatus.
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    Thanks for the info waterdog and jd.

    If anyone wants to ride, just post up.

    One quick question, My wife will be coming later in the day to hike and have a picnic. Anywhere in particular for a moderate (1 1/2 hour hike) that you would suggest that has a picnic area as well?

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    You will find both of those in Monte Sano State park. You'll see the picnic area as you drive in on the right. Many hikes can be done on the same trails, there is a decent starting near the picnic area.
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    What he said.

    The two picnicing areas are the first two rights as you come into the park, before you get to the fork in the road. The trails connect to every part of the park. There is no map at the picnic areas (I don't think).... There is a map at the park office and the hkining trailhead. It might be busy on a holiday (and it in turn might not), trails are marked pretty well with whom can do what and where.

    I'll let you guys know where we are riding on Monday. My wife just told me that she got the day off. That might mean that we might travel a bit to ride, ie. Racoon Mtn. Not sure yet.

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    By the way, hitting Monte Sano at 8 in the morning is not good for someone with Arachnophobia. If you are the first one of the day to hit the trail you'll be clearing the way for everyone else. I usually run through a web every 15 feet and wipe off a few spiders along the way if I get out there early.
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    LOL! yep! So true. Last time I did that it looked like my bike had been in a attic for 10 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extrmtao
    Anywhere in particular for a moderate (1 1/2 hour hike) that you would suggest that has a picnic area as well?

    Thanks again.
    I would definitely recommend hiking out to Stone Cuts. It is not very far, but there are obviously a few good elevation changes. It is really neat once you get to the rocks. A lot of cool features and "cave" type areas.

    I would carry a MSSP trail map along.
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    Anyone that wants to ride Monday, post up!

    A couple of us are going to ride at 8:00 am Monday. Meet at the bikers parking lot (as described above by waterdogs). To reiterate, after you drive into the state park, when you come to the fork, bear right. You will see the hikers lot on your right. Keep driving, and when you see the sign for cabins 1 - 5, turn left there and you will see the bikers parking lot.

    I will be there (green Ford F-150 with a black Transition Covert)

    Creeper will be there (white Toyota 4-runner with a turquoise/white Yeti 575)

    Josh, you want to ride Monday moring?
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    Did my wife and I run into you guys on Mountain Mist a few weeks back? (we were on Treks). It was REALLY muddy and you guys dumped out on old Bankhead from MMist. I was just behind you. I seem to remember one of the two guys had a Yeti,

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    Yeah, that was us. Where did you go that day? About half way up, we relaized you were not there....
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    That was pretty much the end of our ride. We had already done Sinks, Keith, and Logan. Not to mention we were covered in mud. We parked down at the switchback at the bottom of old Bankhead.

    What's the story with your avatar? We've got too Golden Retreiver's, hence the user name. They aren't much of runners, but we can't keep them out of the water.

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    Oh, OK. I guess we assumed you guys were coming up to the top.

    The doggie is my lab, Fletch. He is an anomaly, as he is probably the only lab ever that HATES water!

    When he was about 6 months, I took him to a lake. I assumed he would charge into the water. Not. I picked him up and threw him in. He came charging out and gave me the dirtiest look, like "WTF did you do that for?". Since then I tried two more times to get him to play in water. He just hates it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker
    Anyone that wants to ride Monday, post up!

    A couple of us are going to ride at 8:00 am Monday. Meet at the bikers parking lot (as described above by waterdogs). To reiterate, after you drive into the state park, when you come to the fork, bear right. You will see the hikers lot on your right. Keep driving, and when you see the sign for cabins 1 - 5, turn left there and you will see the bikers parking lot.

    I will be there (green Ford F-150 with a black Transition Covert)

    Creeper will be there (white Toyota 4-runner with a turquoise/white Yeti 575)

    Josh, you want to ride Monday moring?
    Sure thing. I'll be there @ 8:00.
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    We/re not sure what we'll be doing, but if we show we'll be in a Silver Honda Element. We typically get to MS at about 0700 (I a like going early... I am a sweating fool). If we go, maybe we'll bump into you all.

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    Sounds fantastic, thanks for posting up. I will see you folks at 8:00 Monday morning.

    Late Edit: I forgot description protocol. I will be on a Black Karate Monkey wearing some ridiculous swim trunks pretending like I know how to ride a bike.
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    What route are you guys planning on doing? Interested in doing the big loop around the Mtn.? I'll probably be there.

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    Can you post up what the "big loop" around the mountain is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdreher55
    Can you post up what the "big loop" around the mountain is?
    I think it's best done starting at the Burritt trailhead, from there cross the street and hit Bluffline - Landtrust parking lot - Flat Rock - Powerlines - Bandit - Arrowhead - Arrowhead extension.

    From the bikers lot, Observatory, Cold Springs, Toll Gate, High Trial, Bluffline, Burritt trailhead, Arrowhead extension, Arrowhead, Bandit, Powerlines, Flat Rock, up at the water tank, closed road back to the parking lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzthepug
    I think it's best done starting at the Burritt trailhead, from there cross the street and hit Bluffline - Landtrust parking lot - Flat Rock - Powerlines - Bandit - Arrowhead - Arrowhead extension.

    From the bikers lot, Observatory, Cold Springs, Toll Gate, High Trial, Bluffline, Burritt trailhead, Arrowhead extension, Arrowhead, Bandit, Powerlines, Flat Rock, up at the water tank, closed road back to the parking lot.

    Thank you! I've been hitting the sinks trail and on to the goat trail and back up towards the family trail but I'd like to hit more trail.
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    Did you make to Oak Mtn today? We only did 6 miles. Wife and both had accidents.... my dang wrist is never gonna heal.

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    Extrmtao mentioned his wife may come up to the park later...maybe we should meet up at the bikers lot in the park.

    How about Cold Springs down to Logan/Keith. Then take the connector down to Flat Rock? Then Flat Rock - Powerlines - Renegade - Arrowhead - cross to Bluffline - High Trail - Tollgate -Cold Springs - then either paved road up or maybe Mountain Mist up?
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    I made it to Oak Mountain, I destroyed one of my platform pedals. good thing I have some clipless coming from Jenson this coming week. I hit Blevins gap this evening. Well I actually only got about 5 mins into it and a big rattle snake was sitting in the trail! Is that common here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker
    Extrmtao mentioned his wife may come up to the park later...maybe we should meet up at the bikers lot in the park.

    How about Cold Springs down to Logan/Keith. Then take the connector down to Flat Rock? Then Flat Rock - Powerlines - Renegade - Arrowhead - cross to Bluffline - High Trail - Tollgate -Cold Springs - then either paved road up or maybe Mountain Mist up?
    That's sounds like a great ride. I'm in for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdreher55
    I made it to Oak Mountain, I destroyed one of my platform pedals. good thing I have some clipless coming from Jenson this coming week. I hit Blevins gap this evening. Well I actually only got about 5 mins into it and a big rattle snake was sitting in the trail! Is that common here?
    I see rattlesnakes maybe once a year while out on the trails, so it's not a big suprise that you ran into one.

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    All of the trails at Monte Sano are in really good shape right now.

    Tomorrow should be a great ride.
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    All in all a good ride yesterday.

    Three endos, two resulting in blood.

    Steve and Johnathon got out front, and soon after we started off on Arrowhead, Jim had his endo and banged up his elbow pretty good. The rest of us hung out with Jim and helped him doctor up his elbow. He decided to bail out after that and took the connector up to Goat Trail.

    Gary was pretty wiped by the time we got to the parking area near Burritt, so he bailed and took the road up to the parking lot.

    Jerry and I finished off the planned route. We were both out of water heading off to Bluffline, but I had stashed a couple of jugs near Cold Springs, so that worked out OK.

    One low point for me, I cut a rear tire and had to throw a tube in to finish off the ride.
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    Sounds like you guys had a lot of fun. I will have to try that route soon, I wanted to yesterday but I had to be a bread winner for a few hours in the morning. I hit the Devils Racetrack over the weekend and that was pretty decent, not nearly as technical as monte sano in some places so it was sort of refreshing to pick up some speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker
    All in all a good ride yesterday.

    Three endos, two resulting in blood.

    Steve and Johnathon got out front, and soon after we started off on Arrowhead, Jim had his endo and banged up his elbow pretty good. The rest of us hung out with Jim and helped him doctor up his elbow. He decided to bail out after that and took the connector up to Goat Trail.

    Gary was pretty wiped by the time we got to the parking area near Burritt, so he bailed and took the road up to the parking lot.

    Jerry and I finished off the planned route. We were both out of water heading off to Bluffline, but I had stashed a couple of jugs near Cold Springs, so that worked out OK.

    One low point for me, I cut a rear tire and had to throw a tube in to finish off the ride.
    I enjoyed the McKay Hollow journey on Saturday. Any idea what the loop will be on Wednesday?
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    If there is a ride Wednesday could I tag along? Depending on when it is and if anyone has patience for a guy who has only been riding a week after a 5 year absence.
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    JD - be at the bikers parking lot around 5:00 pm. I'm still wiped from yesterday's ride, so I would love an "easy pace" ride for Wednesday.

    Josh - how about Cold Springs down to Mountain Mist. then take Logan to Keith around to three benchs. From there maybe Goat back up and ride up the switchbacks?
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