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Smooth, slight Curves and perfect for all types of trail activities (stroller running too!)
The asphalt is beat up from tree roots, lots of debris on the paths, low hanging tree limbs, messes from homeless people. Signs missing to tell you where to turn making it hard to follow trail.
Has lots of potential, and could be an excellent path if maintained.
I’m 70 yo and just getting back into bike riding. I started from Alamo and rode to Kendall and back. Beautiful trail and no hills. It was a bit dusty but going back again soon.
Rode this trail for the first time... from downtown Kalamazoo all the way to South Haven. I did this on a road bike with 700x28 road tires. This was no problem (although I am an experience rider/racer). Some beginner riders my feel more confident on a mountain bike or a hybrid with wider tires. The trail is basically flat with a few gentle rollers. Beautiful scenery and shade -- much needed on this hot day. Some have commented that the scenery is a monotonous, and that might be true to some extent... but much better than looking cars and traffic!!! There are a few towns with some basic amenities, gas stations, restaurants (if they are open)... but you can certainly get some treats, calories, drinks, etc. Overall, it was fast and fun and I'll def do it again!! It was really GREAT to finish in South Haven with bright sun and cool lake breeze!! (Bonus Idea: build a bike shop/coffee shop/ cafe in either Bloomingdale or GOBLES! right next to the path... that would make the trail ride and "destination" to the bike shop/coffee shop something to do!!)
I headed north from Parchment about 4 miles. The trail has a lot of sticks on it which caused me to stumble a few times and then has a lot of hills that don’t seem terrible going up, but are awful going down. I had to abort by running off the trail and into a bush lest I trip over the railroad tracks at the bottom and shatter every bone in my body. Maybe it’s better heading the opposite direction?
The trail has many, many roots creating bumps in the asphalt. Additionally, especially on the western leg there are a lot of dips and gaps in the paving. Also while there are a number of trail maps along the way, the ones I looked at didn't have a "You are here" marker. Had I known about its poor condition, I wouldn't have driven out 2 hours to ride this trail.
This was a beautiful trail! Shaded, no major hills to climb, canals, farm land and small town to go through. My fav was Grand Junction. We rode 12 miles in and back from South Haven...loves it!
I was delighted to discover that this trail is very well maintained, wide, paved, and tree lined. I took my road bike out on it this morning at 9:00am and there were very few people on it even though the weather was perfect. I was able to ride as fast as I wanted on this flat road. I felt very safe as a woman riding alone. Another bonus is that it connects to 3.5 miles of trail on the Jackson end - Martin Luther King Equity Trail. I was able to get in a 26 mile ride.
Beautiful trail! Rode 12 miles in and back - loved it!
Rode from the Jerry Russel Trail through the Hill-Jo Trail to the end of the Baw Beese. The Jerry Russell Trail is in Jonesville and features cute bird houses. The Hill-Jo trail runs along M99 and is junk! We ended up riding on the road next to the trail because it’s so poorly paved. The Baw Beese Trail is by far the nicest of this regional trai@z I suggest parking south at the park and riding north.
Nice and well kept trail.
Started walking this trail about 2 months ago. It is smooth and flat, with a quiet country feel. Reaches about 1.8 miles one way so exploring a few more off trail sites, we get our 4 mile walk in.
Looking forward to it connecting to another trail.
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