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The scenery along the creek and fields was beautiful.
Little challenging ride! Morse beach beautiful view along with potters bridge!
Rode from Syd's Tavern and finished back at Syd's had a great ride, but even a better lunch!!!
This is a great trail for indiana. There is a chunk of the trail near the brady street crossing in muncie that heaving of the asphalt is occuring. After experiencing one especially bad heaved area, i will say that people riding bikes at a higher speed really need to watch these. They will jump you and your bike unexpectedly. I am hopeful that whomever is responsible for this portion of the trail will grind these down or replace the heaved sections entirely. There should not be these safety issues present on a paved trail.
I was not happy with the 2 Posts method of limiting trail traffic. I found them very intimidating to ride slowly through. How would a parent using the wide 2-child trailer be able to use this portion of the trail?
Short tree lined trail, great for a walk or bike ride. Hopefully they will continue to extend this trail over time. Does connect to Clear Creek trail. Great parking areas on Church.
Great peaceful ride around Columbus. When not on trail, the path is on quiet city streets. The only small issue is on the south end of trail because you need to cross some busy city streets.
Easy ride, no people
Best trail in Indy!
My first time in this trail. Fully enjoyed it. Well taken care of with easy access at many places along the trail. Indiana drivers were very accommodating at intersections. Now I want to ride another section of this trail.
Me and a couple of friends biked the whole 27.2 miles and back. We would do it again.
I love this trail. It’s easy and beautiful.
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