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Mountain Bike, abbreviated as MTB. Originated in the United States, the United States to seek to stimulate young, off-road motorcycle racing venues in the driving pattern bicycle race car derivation developed. The first cross-country mountain bike riding, is a student at the University of California, James Finley Scott, he was the first bike will be converted into ordinary people who mountain bike style. Gradually in Europe and America after the popular cross-country movement, and the formation of events. 1990 International Cycling Union recognized the sport, first held in 1991 World Cup.
Contact Information: Notes: Emergency: DIAL 911 ________________________ Driving Directions ________________________ To Mountain Bike Trail Tell the Dispatcher you are in Montgomery Bell ________________________ State Park on the Mountain Bike Trail and you From Nashville: Take I-40 West, to Exit 182 need a Ranger. Please provide location as best ________________________ (Fairview/Dickson Hwy. 96 Exit). Turn left Montgomery Bell ________________________ (West) onto Highway 96. Stay on Highway 96 as possible. ________________________ until it dead-ends at Highway 70. Turn right State Park (East) on Highway 70, off-ramp provided. Stay Park Office and Bike Trail Conditions ________________________ on Highway 70 approximately 3 miles. Park Mountain Bike Trail 615-797-9051, (Ext. 18 for bike trail ________________________ entrance is on the right. conditions) ________________________ To get to the Mountain Bike trail continue on Map Call this number for trail conditions and trail ________________________ Hwy 70 driving east for less than 2 miles. Turn closures and to report trail damage or problems. ________________________ left onto Jones Creek Rd (first road on left after passing park entrance). Stay on Jones Creek & ________________________ Riding on bike trail when trail is closed may result in prosecution. ________________________ Rd for 1 mile; you will pass Ebb Tide boat factory on right. The next right will be Bill Duke Information Rd, turn right on Bill Duke Rd. The parking lot Montgomery Bell Inn: 615-797-3101 ________________________ to the Mountain Bike trail is the first road on Call this number to reach a ranger when park office ________________________ right. is closed From Memphis (I-40): Take I-40 East to Exit 182 (Fairview/Dickson Hwy. 96 Exit). Turn left (West) onto Highway 96. Stay on Highway 96 until it dead-ends at Highway 70. Turn right (East) on Highway 70, off-ramp provided. Stay Montgomery Bell State Park on Highway 70 approximately 3 miles. Park 1020 Jackson Hill Road entrance is on the right. Burns, TN 37029 Trail Description: Park Office: 615-797-9052 To get to the Mountain Bike trail, continue Park Office Fax: 615-797-4428 driving east on Hwy 70 for less than 2 miles. The park has approximately 20 miles of dirt mountain Montgomery Bell State Park Park Inn: 615-797-3101 Turn left onto Jones Creek Rd (first road on left bike trails winding through thick-forested hills of the Golf Course: 615-797-2578 after passing park entrance). Stay on Jones promotes the Leave No Trace northern section of the park. The trails vary in www.tnstateparks.com Creek Rd for 1 mile; you will pass Ebb Tide complexity from easy to difficult. practice on all of our trails, Boat Factory on right. The next right is Bill Duke Rd; turn right on Bill Duke Rd. The Know your own physical and technical abilities. including Bike Trails. Please parking lot to the Mountain Bike trail is the first carry out all trash, discarded road on right. Red: Beginner White: Intermediate tires tubes, etc., and place in Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Authorization No. Blue: Intermediate 327127 @ .001 per copy, August 2005 the trash receptacle provided Green and Yellow: Expert/Advanced riders only at the parking area. Mountain bikes are not allowed on hiking trails. No motorized bikes on any trails. No hikers or runners on mountain bike trails. Bike trail map available online: http://tn.gov/environment/parks/MontgomeryBell/pdf/biketrailmap.pdf
"Mountain Bike Trail Map and Information - Driving Directions"