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I’m sure by now everyone knows the joining land owner to the trails is logging his property. One of our trails, Bobs Brutal apparently was a little over the line so we are going to loose that segment. We are in the process of moving the new Bobs Brutal over on our side. This is […]

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Trails are open!!!

Due to an outstanding effort by the trail team All the trails are Open and ALL the bridges have been repaired less then 24 hours after they were pretty much destroyed   Trail Reopening Trails are reopened after a great cleanup and repair effort by our team today. Thanks to Bob Norris, Chuck Fraiser, Darrin […]

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Don’t short-cut trails!

Don’t short-cut trails. The trail team has noticed several “short cuts” created by riders. PLEASE DO NOT DO THIS! If you see a shortcut please either block it off with branches and debris as well as report it by writing it on the white board at the visitors center. When you create your own personal […]

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Mountain Bike Skills Clinic a great Success

The Mountain Laurel Trails SLOW SPEED Skills Clinic# 2 Sunday April 16th before the regular group ride was a huge success. The clinic primarily focusing on balance and bike handling. The clinic included obstacles, skinnys, cone weaving, balance, wheelies, bunny hops and any other cool stuff. The event was a great learning experience for both […]

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Beginner Mountain Bike Rides

We will be having a beginner mountain bike ride on Fridays @6:00pm. ,We will be riding the white loop, about 1 1/2 miles to help folks get started in the sport of Mountain Biking. Free advice and assistance in set up. Easy pace with stops as needed with free encouragement

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Ride For Awareness 2017

We are sharing this event from the Henry County Bike Club even thought Ride For Awareness!!! The ride will start promptly at 10:30 a.m. from Jack Dalton Park. Luckily the weather looks to be sunny and warm!! Be sure to spread the word to everyone you know about this great opportunity to ride like kings […]

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Sunday Open Group Ride

The Sunday group trail rides at Mountain Laurel Trails is still going strong after 2 years with anywhere from 10 to 20 riders of all skill levels blazing the trails. This is a no drop ride which means faster riders stop and wait for slower riders. Its a great time with Mountain Biking fell9wship call […]

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Bugged Out!

We its that time of year again and we are recommending that everyone use bug spray on your favorite trails including Mountain Laurel Trails. Always check yourself for ticks and other bug bites when hiking or riding. A common misconception is that if riding a bike ticks can jump high enough to attach themselves to […]

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