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T-Bird - The Entire Taco

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23.8 Miles 38.2 Kilometers


95%

Singletrack

1,346' 410 m

Ascent

-1,342' -409 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

1,159' 353 m

High

1,048' 319 m

Low

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Sometimes called "The Whole Enchilada", it consists of all T-Bird MTB Trails: Green, Yellow, Red, Blue, Gold.

TC Warmup

Dogs Leashed

Features -none-

Helmets are required.

Overview

Riding here in summer is folly; the overgrowth and ticks will obliterate you and make your life hell. The trail system is glorious for at least seven months out of the year. Winter is especially good. Garmin devices usually record 1,800-2,500 feet of climbing. Team Warmup Cycling Team ensures the trail is amazing during the appropriate riding months and it is designated as "World's Greatest Mountain Biking Trail in the World" by every reasonable person on Earth.

Need to Know

Everything is rideable; some areas are a bit tricky but nothing real hard. Newbs often get obliterated on the Gold Loop. Restrooms with running water. Pavilion to eat or hang out at. Paved parking area.

Description

Generally the trail runs counter-clockwise and the first few miles are beginner friendly. After a couple miles the Plaid Section of the Blue Loop begins. The Plaid Loop is about 4.3 miles. It is extremely flowy and the fastest riders may average well over 15 mph in the section. The Plaid re-joins the regular Blue Loop at the V-Tree.

The Gold Loop (partially incorrectly designated on other maps) is next and is 10.25 in length. The Gold contains features such as: large wooden bridges, drops, semi-rocky outcrop thingies, steep climbs, fast downhills, and other more advanced obstacles. Caution is advised.

After the Gold, the trail re-joins the Blue Loop. This section of Blue Loop contains longer climbs. It ends after a climb up doubletrack called Huffy Hill. At that point, riders will turn right into the Red Loop. This area contains some technical riding and a few tough climbs (Table Top, Dammit Randy). The final few miles of the trail system are comprised of fast downhill sections where 20 plus mph is easily exceeded by fast Yeah Brahs.

Detailed maps of the entire trail system have been placed at the trailhead and other various locations on the trail.

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Feb 18, 2019
man speaker
15mi
Feb 17, 2019
Roman Uvaydov
Dry but not too dry, just right :) 8mi
Jul 7, 2018
Levi Limas
Rode the Gold/Blue Loop. Some sections were over grown w/ vegetation, check for ticks. The trail was hard packed, but can be muddy after a rainfall. 15mi — 1h 20m

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One of the few places in OK where you can go spend the day riding without doing multiple loops. Trail is the perfect mix of difficulty and is great for all levels of riders. Excellent camping and trailhead is an excellent place to hang out with your friends after a long day in the saddle. Go check this out! Oct 10, 2018
Frank Broostin
Tulsa, OK
Frank Broostin   Tulsa, OK
Rode most of the trails. We divided the system into east and west. We did the east trails first. East trails were beginner friendly and twisty turney but not very technical. It was worth riding for sure, but not very challenging. East (gold trail) was next. If I go back, I will do the gold trail over and over. It is by far the better trail if you want some technical riding. It has several good sections with wood features and terrain that has been used for roller coaster like experiences. It had rained about 4 days before my visit, so there was a little bit of red mud. If it rained the day before, I would expect that several parts of the gold trail would be a sticky slippery mess. No ticks, a few mosquitos, but not bad at all. Camped at Rose Rock Hill, which was loaded with sand burrs for my dogs to get covered with. Oct 29, 2018
Frank Broostin
Tulsa, OK
Frank Broostin   Tulsa, OK
Oops, got my east and west mixed up. Rode west first where it is easier. Rode east after that with gold loop. Sorry. Oct 29, 2018

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