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When to Ride -Bicycles, Inc. Events Calendar
NCTCOG BikeWeb Interactive Map of Bicycling Routes
Tarrant County Area
River Legacy Park (North Arlington) -DFWMBTM
Lake Grapevine (several trails) -DFWMBTM
South Z. Boaz Park (Fort Worth) -DFWMBTM
Cleburne State Park (Johnson County) - info. to come
Boulder Park (Dallas) -DFWMBTM
Cedar Hill State Park (Joe Pool Lake) -DFWMBTM
L.B. Houston (Dallas) -DFWMBTM
Rowlett Creek Preserve Trail (Garland) -DFWMBTM
Outside Dallas and Tarrant Counties
Arkansas - Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail, Ozark - St. Francis National Forests (over 21 miles of trails) More Info
Bluff Creek Ranch (Warda) -More Info
Sister Grove Park (Lavon Lake) -DFWMBTM
Dinosaur Valley State Park (Glenrose) -DFWMBTM Fort Richardson State Park (Jacksboro)
The Breaks at Bar H Mtn Bike Ranch(Saint Jo, Texas)Ray RobertsLake/Lake Lewisville Greenbelt Corridor - More Info
Tyler State Park -DFWMBTM
Ride The Rim Bike Tours - Route 1 Box 210, Glenrose, TX 76043 817-897-2960 Numerous tour dates March 16 through November 16, 1997. Call for Details.Desert Sports (Big Bend, Texas) - Mountain Bike, Canoe, and Raft trips. - More Info X Bar Ranch (Eldorado, Texas) - Mountain Biking Rocky Hill Ranch (Smithville, Texas) - Mountain Biking
Other Mountain Bike Trail ListsDORBA Trail List Mountain Bike TrailsSource North Central Texas Trails Texas State Parks and Wildlife Mountain Bike Trails (Tip: Buy a Conservation Pass for your car. For $50 a year you can access all state parks.) US MTB Trails Project
Note some of these trails are more suited to family cycling. Many also have lots of walkers, runners, skaters, pets, and more things to look out for.
Candleridge (Fort Worth) -DFWMHBSTM
Foster/Kelley Parks (Arlington) -DFWMHBSTM
Gateway Park (Fort Worth) -DFWMHBSTM
Hurst Community Park (Hurst) -More Info
Marine Creek Trail (Fort Worth) -DFWMHBSTM
River Legacy Park (Arlington) -DFWMHBSTM
S.J. Stovall Park (Arlington) -DFWMHBSTM
Trinity River trails (Fort Worth) (Map courtesy of Greg's Biking Pages) - DFWMHBSTM
Veteran's Park (Arlington) -DFWMHBSTM
Willow Creek Park (Saginaw) -DFWMHBSTM
Andrew Brown Park (Coppell) -DFWMHBSTM
Bachman Lake (Dallas) -DFWMHBSTM
Breckinridge Park (Richardson)-DFWMHBSTM
Crawford Park (Dallas) -DFWMHBSTM
DeBusk/Westover Park (Mesquite)-DFWMHBSTM
Duck Creek Park (Garland)-DFWMHBSTM
Eastfield College (Mesquite) -DFWMHBSTM
Flower Mound Park Trail (Flower Mound) -DFWMHBSTM
Greenbelt Park Trail (Carrollton) -DFWMHBSTM
Hoblitzelle Park (Plano) -DFWMHBSTM
Joe Pool Lake Trail (Grand Prairie) -DFWMHBSTM
Keist Park (Dallas) -DFWMHBSTM
Nancy Dillard Lyon Recreation Trail (Grand Prairie) -DFWMHBSTM
Preston Ridge/Chisholm Bluebonnet Trails (Plano) -DFWMHBSTM
Richland College (Dallas) -DFWMHBSTM
Santa Fe/Bob Woodruff Park Trails (Plano)-DFWMHBSTM
Thomas Jefferson Park (Irving) -DFWMHBSTM
Turtle Creek Trail (Dallas) -DFWMHBSTM
White Rock Creek Trail (Dallas) -DFWMHBSTM
White Rock Lake Trail (Dallas) -DFWMHBSTM
White Rock Trail Park (Plano) -DFWMHBSTM
Outside of Dallas and Tarrant Counties
Ford Park (Allen) -DFWMHBSTM
Wilson Creek Trail (McKinney) -DFWMHBSTM Bike Vermont Inn-to-Inn Bicycle Tours - Tours in Vermont and Ireland Cycle America - US Coast to Coast and National Park Tours In Italy Self-Guided Cycling Tours - Tours in Italy Michigan Bicycle Touring - Lots of Tours in Michigan Scenic Cycling Adventures - Lots of Tours in the US Southwest & West Wandering Wheels Tours - Very Long Distance Touring in US and more.
447 Haltom Road, Fort Worth, TX 76117 817-834-0279 Info as of 1/16/97 Call for Latest Race Schedule Sign-Ups 6:30-7:30, Race at 8:00PM $5.00 for Ribbon (1st, 2nd, 3rd Place) $8.00 for Trophy or Saver Stamps (1st, 2nd, or 3rd Place) Practice Schedule Tuesday 6:30-9:00 (All Year) and Thursday 6:30-9:00 (during summer) $3.00
EDSSuperdrome in Frisco, Texas - YES, there is a Cycling Track in North Texas! 972-731-1100
Ray Roberts Greenbelt Trails
The greenbelt is a wilderness area with approximately 10 miles of multi-use trails and waterways for bicyclists, equestrians, hikers, kayakers and others. The 1,500 acre Ray Roberts Lake/Lake Lewisville Greenbelt Corridor runs north/south along the Elm Fork of the Trinity River, connecting Ray Roberts Lake with Lake Lewisville.
The greenbelt begins as the Elm Fork Trail leading away from the Isle du Bois Unit on the south shore of Ray Roberts Lake near Pilot Point. Heading south, the trail crosses under FM 455 and winds a little over a mile to the Elm Fork canoe and greenbelt access point, with parking and restrooms. Here the trail joins the Elm Fork of the Trinity and splits in two, with one trail, a hard surface hike and bike trail, snaking along the river's west side and another for equestrian use along the east. The two trails converge at the FM428 access point. The trail then proceeds south another six miles along the river's east bank to end at the highway 380 crossing at the headwaters of Lake Lewisville. On the southern portion of the trail, all users are on the East Side of the river. The hard surface trail is for hike and bike use and equestrians may use the construction haul roads.
Entrance fees to access the park are the same as those for Ray Roberts Lake State Park - $3 per adult, free for children age 12 and under.
For more information call 940-686-2148 or visithttp://www.tpwd.state.tx.us
The information above was taken fromhttp://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/news/news/990510e.htm which will likely be cleared or moved from that location eventually.
Directions from Fort Worth to South end of trail
North on I-35W to 380 (University DR)
Turn Right, Go East approximately 8 miles to trailhead clearly marked on North side of road.
Directions from Fort Worth to North end of trail
North on I-35W to 455 (Sanger)
Turn Right (East) and go approximately 13 miles.
Turn right just after crossing dam.
Directions from Dallas to South end of trail.
North on I-35E to Loop 288
Turn Right on Loop 288
Go to Hwy 380 (University DR)
Turn Right on University, and go East approximately 3 miles to trail head. Signs and parking on North (Left) side of road.
Primarily soccer and ball fields with a playground, and about a mile of paved trails good for skating and family cycling. It's located at the southwest corner of Precinct Line Road and Pipeline Road in south Hurst.