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I am new to mountain biking and need some advice on good places to ride. I've tried the trails at West Point Dam and they were pretty good. Any suggestions on trails or paved would be greatly appreciated as well as any newbie advice!!
I'm not sure where that spot is but in Oxford there's a few trails non paved however. They are called the coldwater mountain bike trails they're on YouTube the beginner loop is a little over a mile the next shortest is 4 miles then 6 and then 10 after that they are making a 30 mile trail. Can't really give any advice.
If you are in or near Auburn the Wetumpka Trail of Legends is really fun, and technical enough to be challenging. I really love them.
Plus, they have multiple distances to choose from.
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Back in the day, late 80's early 90's we used to ride the Tuskegee National Forest. It was a multi use trail. Awesome fun!
Not sure how far you are willing to travel, but Oak Mtn state park in Pelham has a huge trail system maintained by BUMP( google the website). Most of it is good for a newbee, if in doubt, walk the tough stuff. My favorite is the Tsali trail system near Bryson City, N.C. Fast and smooth. Combo trip with some Nantahala river action and some nice luxury cabins in the area and you have a nice adventure vacation.
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