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    Midland Trail

    Hey I just heard through the grapevine that a new trail system has been developed in Midland. Can anyone confirm this? And give some directions to it's location if such a trail exists.

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    I haven't heard anything and not sure where they would put one either. I recall Kingsnake saying something about a trail out around No Trees but that is a good drive from Midland.

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    I have heard it is closer to the Odessa area.

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    Hum...maybe their talking about the trail out near No Trees which isn't too far from Odessa. I'll ask a buddy who knows a guy who manages some ranch property out in that area if he knows anything about it.

    It would be cool if the guy over at Outback Adventures built a trail system just for mtbing. It' closer and actually has some hills.

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    yes there is, it's between midland and odessa. goto peyton's in midland and pay annual $25 membership to pbba, permian basin bicycle assocation, and you can rock the trails all you want. i spend quite a bit of time out there, and it there's trails to take care of pretty much and skill level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cousin View Post
    yes there is, it's between midland and odessa. goto peyton's in midland and pay annual $25 membership to pbba, permian basin bicycle assocation, and you can rock the trails all you want. i spend quite a bit of time out there, and it there's trails to take care of pretty much and skill level.
    Thanks for the info!

    It's really good to hear about there being a bicycle association which includes mtb in the Permian basin. We've recently moved to Dallas and I was more into off roading my Rator than mtb riding in Midland.


    PBBA Site:

    Permian Basin Cycling Association - Mountain Biking

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    Awesome thanks for the info!

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    Also, check out RCFP on FB- roughrider freeride it's mainly a gnarly downhill/free ride park, but there's some serious AM, stuff there too. It's out in El Paso, but well worth the trip if you can make it.

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