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    MTB rental in Carrollton, TX

    Any recommendations on places to rent mid-upper end MTBs in May?

    Thanks!

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    1305 S Broadway St, Carrollton, TX

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    Ha! Where is there to ride in Carrollton? My gf family is from there and when we're up there, I'd love to go do some riding that is actually worth paying to rent a bike for! Ofcourse, I'll be on my own rig though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xterrain
    Ha! Where is there to ride in Carrollton? My gf family is from there and when we're up there, I'd love to go do some riding that is actually worth paying to rent a bike for! Ofcourse, I'll be on my own rig though.
    This should answer your question
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    Quote Originally Posted by xterrain
    Ha! Where is there to ride in Carrollton? My gf family is from there and when we're up there, I'd love to go do some riding that is actually worth paying to rent a bike for! Ofcourse, I'll be on my own rig though.
    Well, the bike is more of a bridge between training sessions. We are coming in from South Korea for my brother in law's wedding. We will be there over two weekends and want to spin the legs a bit. I'll just be coming off the Tour of Korea and the legs will be a bit wombly. A low pressure few days on a bike will be just what the Dr. ordered.
    All the rest of the time we will be eating your BBQ and drinking your beer and I do intend to drain the state dry.

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    I'm sorry, I'm FR/DH, so I immediately forget that XC exists all over the state. Cool, Korea ia fun country. I used to live in Deagu...back when it was Teagu, LOL. Good luck draining the state dry; down here in San Marcos I doubt I'll even feel the dent you make while I drink the local stouts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xterrain
    Ha! Where is there to ride in Carrollton? My gf family is from there and when we're up there, I'd love to go do some riding that is actually worth paying to rent a bike for! Ofcourse, I'll be on my own rig though.
    FR/DH+DFW = Does Not Compute

    plenty of fun trails, but not much of that kind of stuff in the DFW metro.

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    Is there FR/DH in San Marcos?

    I've been riding the Grapevine North Shore, and that is a badass trail. That's something to be proud of I would say. Depending on the lines you pick, you could actually justify a 6 inch AM bike. I've been riding my Enduro and really enjoy it.

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    I ride a 160mm Norco hardtail...most of us in San Marcos ride long travel hardtails here. The campus has a full on urban downhill line we ride pretty much nightly, and the surrounding hills have some small lesser known bits of singletrack with some nice 4-10 foot drops cleverly thrown in. We're also waiting on clearance from the SMGA to start work on the San Marcos North Shore...shouldn't be more than another week or two before we start construction.

    I've heard the Grapevine NS is pretty dope; I'll have to make it up there this next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sooner518
    FR/DH+DFW = Does Not Compute

    plenty of fun trails, but not much of that kind of stuff in the DFW metro.
    Not much, but there is something...a.k.a. Big Cedar Wilderness Trails
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