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This is a great trail for inline rollerblading! The asphalt is smooth and even. There are not a lot of hills. The trail going beside the water is such an enchanting experience. There are many path directions you can chose from. I had so much fun bumping my jams and skating like there is no tomorrow. It’s a wonderful trail!
The trail has been extended and now goes down 3 Mile road past Alpine to West River Drive and North to Lamoreaux Memorial Park. (Now connects to the White Pine Trail.)
I started off at the west end trail head near Muskegon and rode to the Fred Meyer park near Meijer's on Walker. The east end features some hilly terrain but was otherwise a pretty flat ride. If re-surfaced this would be a pretty nice trail
Drove down from Grand Rapids, Mi to experience the Bicentennial Trail. The trail is short ( 3.6) but a comfortable 8 miles (we added a half mile by going beyond the park on paved side walk at south end) by going out and back. Trail was older but black top surface was very usable and kept in repair. For a short trail it had lots of nice surprises in twist, turns, slight hills and surrounded by nature in the middle of a city environment. Parking was plentiful with several trail lots at both ends and in the middle. It was a 77 degree, sunny November 6th which added to the enjoyment. Trail was quite busy but everyone knew and followed trail etiquette. Highly recommend this trail.
BC trail north toward GR was good for us. Douglas Walker segment had nice rolling hills, but they were too much for my joints (RA)
I ride my bike from Lowell to Greenville - this is one of the nicest trails in MI! The gravel is a special composite for biking and walking. It is well maintained and scenic with mostly flat rides through forest and farmlands.
My wife and I rode this trail in September of 2020. I totally enjoyed it! Perfect for a Gravel, Cross, or Mountain Bike. Rideable on a road bike... though probably not comfortable. The surface is still a little soft in some areas, so anything with larger tires would be ideal. It's straight as an arrow, but plenty to see on either side. The best scenery I thought was between St. Johns and Ionia. The trail is paved through the towns... where there's opportunity to stop for water/snacks/food. We had lunch in Ionia at a cafe downtown. We parked where the trail crosses Smith Road just outside of Owasso. There's a paved parking lot behind Budget Tire and the EMS building.
Started in S & rode toward A. Paved a bit around S. Great fall colors
Loved our ride. Very nice well kept trail. Began at 10th st trail head with the red caboose. have to say was a very pleasant Sunday morning ride, even as busy as it was. Between the Kalamazoo River Trail ride on Saturday and this one, well worth traveling from IN for
Beautiful October Sunday ride. Not a lot of people but not deserted either. Loved the views along the river and crossing bridges. The trail downtown is fun too
Did a few miles from South Haven trailhead. Beautiful time of year, path was dry and packed well. Great trail for all ages if riders.
Lots of places to stop and sit, fish, picnic. Short for an adult bike ride but good for a run. Flat and family friendly. Fold and kayaking.
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