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Parked at 1648 Studemont St, nice lot. I’m a 63 year old heavy weight trying to get back into shape. I quickly discovered there are lots of up hills and down hills. I found myself picking up a lot speed going down hills. You need good brakes. I needed to shift into the low gears huffing and puffing up hills. Good work out. Most folks were what I call serious cyclists. Towards the end the pavement runs out along the bayou. Later there are piles or mounts of dirt with grass on the trail as if to discourage cyclists. I have no idea what it’s about. The city should remove them. Small paths around them. From what I could see pretty much the end when you get to the Nina and Michael Zilkha park let.
This trail is really better than my rating. I gave it this rating because the trail is not complete from both sides of I-45 North. The trail has 4 parks on its path which includes Rockstar Energy Bike Park, Tom Wussow Park, City View Park and Jack Drake Park. I recommend this trail and I wish more of the community take advantage of it. Other than that, the park division needs to finish or construct the trail to go under 45 and the service road to truly complete this trail 100 percent.
Alligators, flooding and potholes.
Nasty park. Flooded every here. Roads in need of repair. Crocodiles on the path.
Its awesome. Went with my husband and son. It's beautiful and a long trail. We rode our Electric bikes on the whole trail from one to the other. We will go again.
I was amazed with this route. Very scenic and smooth pathway without the pedestrians.
Not many walk this trail very peaceful. Just need more light
This is a nice quiet trail in Houston. Watch for flooding after a heavy rainfall.
This is a great ride. I parked at TC Jester Park and headed toward downtown. Somewhere I connected with the Buffalo Bayou Trail and road until the trial ended (approx 17 miles). I ended up getting lost on the way back and ended my ride with about 50 total miles. After reading reviews, I was concerned about safety, but I found the trial safe. Some homeless under overpasses, some glass on trail. Just be aware. The only reason I gave the trail four stars is because signs are not marked well and it’s easy to get lost if you’re not paying attention
It’s a great ride into Brady’s landing and you can connect to the U of H trail and white oak trail, then jump off and ride through the heights. It’s great, especially when we get a warmer day in December. We ride through the heights and look at Christmas decoration. Even without lights there’s a lot to look at and some great restaurants.
Very good trail, you can start at beltway 8 and bike pretty far. There are many paths for all types of riders.
The entire trail has been rendered worthless as a meaningful bike trail. Today I was clocked and then stopped by a Constable for exceeding 10mph on my bicycle beside the dam. Just to make it clear, you cant push the pedals and stay below 10mph. If thats the park rule, then fine, just quit calling it a bike trail.
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