Its some nice riding. Mostly logging roads and its pretty fast riding. Its not hatfield mccoy (never been myself) where its totally geared towards riding. But its rather quiet, scenic and relaxing imho. it wont win any awards, the trail markings could be better imho, but the cost cant be beat.
Utah is also something Ive looked into it reminds me of where I ride all the time. And while I like sand, open dunes like glamis dont interest me nearly as much. I should take a video of my local pit-its fun but going in the same 5 mile circle gets boring sometimes lol and Ive been doing it for 12 years.
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