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    ... and if we just ... Dorba trail @ NorthShore (Grapevine)

    Very nice trail I like it a lot. People say that is the most technical thing around??? I don't know haven't been here for long.
    The trail is around 9 miles back and forth from Little Pete to the West (more technical) and around 10 miles back and forth from Little Pete to Rockledge Park (less technical but equally fun)
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    Northshore's great, but check out Johnson's Branch, Cleburne, and Cameron Park for some more technical challenges.

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    do you think JB is more technical??

    I rode it and I didn't think that it was more technical than NS, the west part of course
    Haven't heard of Cleburne or Cameron Park, I'm going to check it out

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    I don't think it's more techincal. I just think the red section is fun. Cameron Park is down in Waco.
    Last edited by Oregon; 10-28-2006 at 11:59 AM.

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    Check out Dino Valley in Glenrose or another one I like is Boulder. Two of my favorite trails right now.

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    theres a brand new technical trail at Sansom Pk in west Ft Worth that over looks Lake Worth and is very challenging. check this site ride Ft Worth

    for a really epic ride at North Shore, start out at the dam and ride all the way to the end then follow the secondary roads around the inlet and you'll find a road that dead ends into the lake. The lake is twelve ft below normal right now so you can ride along the lake shore for a mile or so and then pick up the east end to Knob hills (five miles of pristine single track) (way better trail then NS) and ride it out to HWY 377. Out and back would be about 36 miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBW
    I rode it and I didn't think that it was more technical than NS, the west part of course
    Haven't heard of Cleburne or Cameron Park, I'm going to check it out
    I've never really considered Cleburne that technical. Maybe it's because that was the first trail I ever rode. I learned everything at that place.

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