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    Flat Rock Ranch

    Went out to flatrock ranch for the first time yesterday. The place is amazing. Loads of beautiful, well thought out trails. I will be going back soon. Did not take many pics, i was having way too much fun on my bike too get off.

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    Good trail for sure. IMO it's the closest you can get in TX to west coast style trails.

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    Worth a trip even with hardtail or fully rigid?

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    Hardtail for sure.
    Fully rigid? If you enjoy other trails on a fully rigid i dont see why this one would be different..

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    Hill Country Challenge was just there, my favorite race of the season!
    Pedal through it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B Gillespie View Post
    Good trail for sure. IMO it's the closest you can get in TX to west coast style trails.
    I would have to agree with this statement.

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    I'm planning on stopping by for a half day on my way back from Junction in about 3 wks. I can't wait!

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    This one is on my list of trails to hit before I move out of TX. Can't wait to ride it.

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    Thanks for the photo stoke! It's been on my list for several years, and have made a few trips south to try Reveille Peak Ranch / Rocky Hill Ranch...Also want to check out Tapatio Springs / Reimers Ranch and Govt. Canyon State Park to name a few.

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    Poop on Government Canyons

    "Thanks for the photo stoke! It's been on my list for several years, and have made a few trips south to try Reveille Peak Ranch / Rocky Hill Ranch...Also want to check out Tapatio Springs / Reimers Ranch and Govt. Canyon State Park to name a few."

    Skip Govt. Canyon, just go to Flat Rock. If your dream trail is big bouldery crap that beats the tar out of your bike and body, then maybe Govt. Canyon is your place. Flat Rock is a good mix of fun smooth dirt and quick rock challenges, there are a few really rocky and miserable sections but they end, Govt. Canyon is a constant rocky challenge.

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