Michigan Mountain Biking Association
I hate to say this because I really would like as many people to ride Hungerford as possible, but I don't think you will be thrilled. I also don't think you will be disappointed. It's a beautiful area, especially this time of the year, and the trail is nice but it isn’t as long/technical/difficult as some other Michigan trails. It has a couple areas similar to “the pines” at Yankee but more of them and longer. There are a couple good climbs and one very technical climb (counter-clockwise, about .2 miles after crossing the power line cut). Signage used to be a problem, but Nate and I took care of that. To me, the trail feels remote and a little more natural and less contrived than some other Michigan trails. It isn’t my favorite trail because it lacks some of the challenges that I look for in a trail, but the scenery, the sections that I really enjoy, and the fact that I’ve put a lot of my personal time into this trail put it solidly in my top 5.funkydrum wrote:How is the Hungerford trail? I have been riding Big M a lot and digging it. I'm in Pentwater so Big M is fairly close.
Hungerford is quite a drive for me, will I be thrilled or disapointed?
Riceman wrote:Looking to ride the Big M 5.8.2009. Anyone have a good map I can download to my GPS? Send me a message if you do please.
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