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Big South Fork/All 5 Ride

Length: 
33
Units: 
m

Lionel Hampton-Beecher Pumptrack Design

Project Number: 
TBFP12_06

Trail building funds being used to design a pumptrack in a public park in Atlanta, GA.

Value: 
< $10K
Dates: 
Tuesday, August 14, 2012 - Monday, December 31, 2012
Region: 
SORBA
Project Type: 
Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Urban
Trail Type: 
Bike Park
Location: 

Altanta, GA US
33.741328, -84.468277

Kerr Scott Trails

Length: 
30
Units: 
m

2011 Uwharrie Construction Preparation Visit

Project Number: 
SRBA11_01

Assisted the Southern Off-Road Bicycling Association with the creation of a construction bid package so that they could effectively administer their Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant.

Value: 
< $10K
Dates: 
Saturday, January 1, 2011 - Thursday, September 1, 2011
Region: 
SORBA
Project Type: 
Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Ride Center | Singletrack
Location: 

Troy, NC US
35.361756, -79.894981

NOC Mountain Bicycle Trails Master Plan

Project Number: 
NOCR11_01

Created mountain bicycle trails master plan with a focus on providing varied trail experiences with minimal impacts on the landscape.

Value: 
< $10K
Dates: 
Tuesday, March 15, 2011 - Thursday, June 30, 2011
Region: 
SORBA
Project Type: 
Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Singletrack
Location: 

Nantahala, NC US
35.289243, -83.666596

Coldwater Mountain Trail Development

Project Number: 
SRBA10_01

Planes, trains, and bikeways: they all lead to Anniston, Alabama.  And in the coming years, they’ll lead to a 50+ mile trail system.

During a November 2010 visit to Northeastern Alabama, the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew was on hand to help build a foundation of knowledge for the new trail network at Coldwater Mountain.  The project, in its initial stages, will be very exciting for both mountain bikers and the greater Anniston community. 

Value: 
$100K - $199K
Dates: 
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - Thursday, September 15, 2011
Region: 
SORBA
Project Type: 
Featured | Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Urban
Trail Type: 
Singletrack
Location: 
Coldwater Mountain
Anniston, AL US
33.628056, -85.874634

Oak Mountain

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Length: 
25
Units: 
m

Tsali Trails Epic: Left and Right Loops

Bryson City, NC

In the early 1800s a Cherokee Indian named Tsali escaped into North Carolina's Great Smoky Mountains, fleeing the US Army's attempt at a forced relocation. He bargained with his life so that his people could remain in the region.

Today, one of the Nantahala National Forest's greatest recreation areas is named after the brave man. Mountain bikers have been tested on Tsali's Left and Right loops for years - even if their situations are seldom as perilous as that of the defiant Cherokee's.

Length: 
23
Units: 
m

The Womble Epic

Hot Springs, Arkansas

Consider a 39-mile singletrack that rolls east-west along an Arkansas mountain ridge, following the course of the Ouachita River. The trail begins at one lake (North Fork) and ends at another (Ouachita). It passes through the thick hardwoods and dark pines of the Ouachita National Forest, opening occasionally to spectacular bluffs above the river. This is rolling terrain - ranging between 1,000 and 1,600 feet in elevation - but it all adds up. How do six hours of riding and 6,000 feet of climbing sound?

Length: 
33
Units: 
m

Tanasi Trails

Ocoee, Tennessee

Near the Cherokee National Forest, the Tanasi Trail system offers 30 miles of fast, flowing singletrack that riders of all levels will savor. The ride begins on Old Copper Road and climbs to Brush Creek. It is a steep climb but fairly easy. For those of you who desire a more challenging ascent, you can take the advanced version of the climb, which is super technical and steep. Old Copper Road cruises along upper stretches of the Ocoee and dumps you onto Brush Creek, which is chock full of fun singletrack. Traveling at a slower pace? No problem.

Length: 
30
Units: 
m
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