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    Rick McHenry saved Arrowhead Trail

    4 months ago

    Rick McHenry completed Macomb Orchard Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry added polyAnn trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry completed Pollyann Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry reviewed Virginia Creeper National Recreational Trail

    5 months ago

    When I did Whitetopto Damascus I thought I was in biking heaven then I found the open glades and varied terrain of the leg from Abingdon to Damascus. Much more open and still follows rushing waters and trestles galore. Dont miss scenic trestle 7 and the long ride over trestle 12. Wide open spaces , Rock walled forest trails and dense forest trails to hide from the sun a perfect mix. If you're planning your stay investigate rooms along the trail maybe even bikepack it. Have fun don't miss this one.

    Rick McHenry followed Bill Watson

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry followed Dan Maggi

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry followed Kelley Heiland

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry reviewed Virginia Creeper Trail: Damascus to Whitetop

    5 months ago

    Love this Trail. We started out from Whitetop and rode back up from Damascus, having to use horn at times as most people didn't expect any body coming up. The weather called for light rain but the natural forest canopy repelled the few showers and it cleared later in the day Took us about 4.5 hours total riding took and hour off for lunch in Damascus. Damascus may be the place to stay if you want rentals or only have time to ride one way as several vendors offer bike transport to the trail heads to let you ride downhill. Take tools, watch the ruts, and check equipment periodically for loose bolts and such. Had a blast. Must be beautiful in Fall

    Rick McHenry reviewed Tweetsie Trail

    5 months ago

    The first part of the trail was interesting and well maintained and kept you alert for stops.
    The second part of the trail was noisy and traffic made crossings difficult but if you wanted a place to eat and rest you had many choices.

    Rick McHenry completed Tweetsie Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved Montour Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved Lakelands Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved Paint Creek Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved Pollyann Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved Pere Marquette

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved B&O Bike Trail

    5 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved Lakeside Trail

    6 months ago

    Rick McHenry saved Conner Bay Trail

    6 months ago