Michigan Mountain Biking Association
sklevorn wrote:+1 on the outerloop.
If you do get turned around a bit and wind up on the inner trails they are a blast. Just take extra water and a powerbar and you'll be good to go.
Outer loop has a lot of winter fall (aka derailleur and spoke eating branches) according to the report from my bro last night.
rideondirt wrote:Anyone ride from M-20 yet? It looks like the weather may decent this weekend and I could use a little NCT in my life right now.
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Park at North parking lot off M55
South on NCT past the outer loop at the north end of the system.
Continue south on NCT till we hit the Outer Loop at south end (about 4 miles)
Left (north east) on Outer Loop till the Fire Tower trail
Left on Fire tower (great down hill to Jurassic Park)
Left on Jurassic Park
Right on Oh Me (This side of Oh Me is not as hard as the name implies)
Keep right on all the trail and intersections till you find yourself at the very south end of Catamount
Take the very short connector trail from catamount to Outer Loop
East on Outer Loop around to the parking lot at the south east side of park
From parking lot take Lumberjack north to Camp 24
Camp 24 to the West side if Big Wheel for that killer down hill
Then that hard to find cut over in the pines over to Antelope
For a guy like me that can?t climb hills for hours at a time this is a great way to see the best the Big M has to offer and still have enough energy to do some more riding or play tennis with the family when I get home. It is a 16 mile ride with all the best downhills (IMO).
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