7829 FM 205 8 Miles from Glen Rose, Texas 254.823.6574
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Hargrave's Solavaca Mountain Bike Adventure - A Texas Mountain Bike Trail
Watch the weather and the tweets just on the right side of this page for trail conditions, closings, or other news. Some of you know how to get Twitter to feed to your phone so you can get updates automatically.
Attention Christian friends or those that might be interested in some growth in that area! Barney Benner, Tony Nash, and I have been talking about a quarterly fellowship ride with a format that will include some Christian discussion time and then a ride or a hike if that's your thing. We are leaning toward a Saturday Morning - once a quarter at first - with maybe a gathering in the the public area and a speaker, some prayer - followed by some fellowship and then a ride. This is a loose and flexible plan at this point so your input will help. We could plan for 20-25 minutes for our meeting and then the ride will be up to you. Most people like to sit down and relax afterwards and that time too can foster some witness or whatever feeds your faith. This is developing so please chime in. email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
A reminder. The trail is what we are sharing. Stay on it please. Ride it responsibly, respecting that we have the trail built the way we like it - NEVER alter the trail. If there are dangerous developments on the trail, call me. Never ride muddy trails. In fact, if you are riding here that means that you are a Friend. Help me protect the priviledge for you and others by speaking out if you see some bad behavior. Take your trash with you. Leave the "Friends" area clean for the next guy!
Before you come. Check the policies and rules at the following link to see how we do things on the Solavaca Trails. Trail Tips. There is a short vdeo on YouTube. Done in April 2013 before the TMBRA race. Nice ad for the trail Pre-Ride Video 2013
The new and improved Sign In and Visitor area is open. In the Welcome shed, you sign-in, pay the fees. and can even slip into the changing booth to get in or out of your riding kit. There are some tables and chairs for your use as well.
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This Texas mountain bike trail is located in the limestone hills of the Paluxy River watershed. Just down the road is the Dinosaur Valley State Park.
Please keep in mind that the Solavaca is not just a trail but also is the home and private residence of the Hargrave's. Please respect the delicate balance between our hospitality and our privacy. Stay in the areas alloted for your use.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Owned by: Mack and Shari Hargrave 254.823.6574
This trail is located at 7829 FM205, 7 miles from Glen Rose and 4.5 miles from the Dinosaur Valley State Park, in the Paluxy River watershed
Open every day of the week. Closures for any reason will be announced in the "Trail Status Updates" near the top/right of this page (Twitter Feed).
TRAIL USE FEES: Adults $3/day Kids under 12 FREE
Camping is NOT AVAILABLE EXCEPT ON EVENT WEEKENDS. Details are available on the event flyer. See USE AND CAMPING
Welcome to my place. It is a nice place to kick back and soak in the good country. Or you could jump on your mountain bike and pump up, down, around and through the rock strewn hills and cedar covered reaches of the Solavaca - a Texas Mountain Bike Trail. The Solavaca is very diverse with enough trail to interest beginners as well as seasoned riders looking for techincal riding and single-track in the XC tradition. In 2008, we hosted our first mountain bike race. From 2010-13, we were a regular stop for the TMBRA XC Spring State Championship Series. In 2013 we also hosted Bryan Fawley's Fossil 50. Who knows what events we might do?
Special thanks to Larry Colvin, long-time President of the FWMBA. I met Larry in October, 2007. He took the time to hear about the trail and then to come ride it. Larry rode the trail twice in the next few months, offering suggestions both on the trail and on the mountain bike scene. Just watching him ride put things in another perspective. He continues to be a great advocate and a steady source of support on many levels.
254.823.6574 or cell 214-773-4614. You are welcome to drop in.
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