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    MoJo Cardinal zander's Avatar
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    Dana Peak - Update

    Got out there recently and did the out and back from DP to the next park. Such an awesome ride! The new cuts of trail from the lost and found all the way to the next park are so nice!

    Just putting this out there to thank whoever has done this. After living in Salado and riding these trails religiously for over 3 years from 2006 - 2009 I'm blown away by how much better they are now. I got almost 18 miles in and skipped a few side trails, so it would be easy to get over 20 miles of singletrack out there with tons of flow and all kinds of terrain changes.

    Thanks again for keeping this place going. I'm close to Austin now and after seeing what all is out there I'm still going to come back and ride more often. It's that good... seriously, this place may be one of the best kept secrets around.

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    AFAIK Chad of Tri-City Bikes in Belton and local riders have done much of the work. I agree it adds to the flavor of the trails now. Now it is easy to get rides as short as 3 or 4 miles and all the way up to 20 or more. There are many, many possibilities to connect the trail to get a ride length just right.


    Quote Originally Posted by zander View Post
    Got out there recently and did the out and back from DP to the next park. Such an awesome ride! The new cuts of trail from the lost and found all the way to the next park are so nice!

    Just putting this out there to thank whoever has done this. After living in Salado and riding these trails religiously for over 3 years from 2006 - 2009 I'm blown away by how much better they are now. I got almost 18 miles in and skipped a few side trails, so it would be easy to get over 20 miles of singletrack out there with tons of flow and all kinds of terrain changes.

    Thanks again for keeping this place going. I'm close to Austin now and after seeing what all is out there I'm still going to come back and ride more often. It's that good... seriously, this place may be one of the best kept secrets around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmySlowRdr View Post
    AFAIK Chad of Tri-City Bikes in Belton and local riders have done much of the work. I agree it adds to the flavor of the trails now. Now it is easy to get rides as short as 3 or 4 miles and all the way up to 20 or more. There are many, many possibilities to connect the trail to get a ride length just right.
    DITTO! Both of you! I love love love this whole trail and since I've been back in town, I've ridden it several times a week and just did the ride to the next park and back again on Saturday and it was fantastic.

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