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I have a recumbent trike and this is one of my favorite trails to ride on. The path is all paved and well maintained so I never have no worry about going off road. I even ride in and going fishing in the lake at the park.
A beautiful ride on a beautiful fall day!
Nice fall ride, 10 miles paved with 15 miles of gravel. Bridge was nice, very scenic (and high up).
We started at Sylvan Manor and rode the 4mile road detour. It was very rough sidewalks and busy road crossings. Best to start at Opdyke Rd and ride East from there. The road crossings, while many, had very courteous drivers you actually stopped for you! Beautiful scenery and lots of spots to get off the trail for a snack or lunch. We stopped at Rochester Mills Brewery and the food was pretty good. Cool vibes. Would go back. I rode a Salsa Cutthroat which was perfect for this ride. My riding buddy had Synapse with wider tires but still needed to walk some of the route through glass (on the rode detour).
Trail is nice and smooth. Nicely maintained. Rode from Romeo to Richmond. One of my favorite rides
The surface is flat and smooth. Slowdown at the street intersections due to the ongoing traffic. If you’re looking for a scenic route this one is not for you.
It was not what I expected, had to go through a neighborhood and the sidewalks where really rough. The trail itself was broken asphalt instead of actual gravel or limestone.
The paved trail varies in terms of smoothness. I would definitely recommend starting after Groesbeck so you don’t have to cross the big bridge. Not much for scenic views. Mainly just the roadway. But if you head to Metro Beach you can rollerblade right in. That part is nice.
Another great paved trail to rollerblade. There are some definite hills. One in particular is pretty big but still fun. It does get semi crowded with people running and biking on it at the same time. But overall I’d recommend
Straight forward rail trail. Started at Rochester park and rode to Orion and back. A little crowded on a beautiful Saturday morning within the 2 miles near the park. The gravel is very finely crushed and makes for a smooth ride. Pleasantly surprised there were no muddy areas after heavy rains the previous day. Nicely shaded and scenic. Recommend for all ages and abilities.
Like other reviews say, it’s challenging in Lapeer County, but rewarding. Oakland County portion is wonderful.
Bumpy, loud, loads of traffic crossings. Do not go out of your way to ride this. Practically need a full suspension bike to not destroy your bike on the sidewalk slab drops and all the traffic crossings.
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