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This trail has been extended past my neighborhood, so I can ride all the way to downtown Houston, about 15 miles.
It also goes further West up the bayou banks and the concrete stops before a flood control district detention lake system. That does not...More
Great training spot for cycing down the. Bayou and now they have added other trails to downtown. Great place for family rides and bird watching. Great place for owl watching at night.during the spring wildflower are up and down the bayu
Biking in Houston really needs to be a stand alone TA attraction; as a visitor I'm impressed with the effort (and success) that makes this a biking friendly area. There are over 125 miles of biking trails developed and maintained by the Houston Dept. of...More
While on a work related trip I wanted some exercise and found this trail the 1st day. The trail extends into downtown Houston and follows a drainage ditch but I only was able to walk the trail near TC Jester Park. There is plenty of...More
If you park anywhere South of 43rd and ride South from there all is good. There is just one little patch near Pinemont that is a tiny problem, but the trail is well traveled and for that stretch find somebody to tag a long... More
If you park anywhere South of 43rd and ride South from there all is good. There is just one little patch near Pinemont that is a tiny problem, but the trail is well traveled and for that stretch find somebody to tag a long with if you feel the need.
If you do go North, at Alabonson there is a bridge over the bayou into the Inwood sub division green space (old golf courses) which is worth the trip.
On TC Jester just before 43rd there is plenty of parking at the swimming pool and rec. center.