Monday, March 17, 2008

Twenty. Four. Miles.

I just found out that, this past fall, Mohican State Park officially opened a new 24-mile long mountain bike trail. This new trail is within the state park and is different from the other Mohican area trails that have been there for several years.

This is probably old news for many of you diehards out there, but I figured I'd still share it for those (like me) who were ignorant of it.

Here is a link to the state park website about the trails, and here's a link to a trail map.

Word is that the new trail is pretty much all singletrack, is rolling, drains well, and will be included in both the 100 mile and 100K versions of the Mohican 100 race being held this May.

1 comment:

Rick said...

sounds like a road trip if it ever drys out...the last time I rode it was a couple of years ago after getting overserved the night before. Riding it hungover and on a VooDoo 'cross bike was quite the experience. It's a great trail and we should get a bunch together to do it (on mountain bikes).