Thru all of my travels and riding adventures I have found that no place is any better than the riding in the Chatty area and Asheville. Its about damn time someone went to Chatt and did this write up.
Now if they would keep the AC on in the summer and there was some better skiing I would consider coming back home. Biggest difference between riding in the west and riding in the east is the proximity to public open spaces and quality trails. Its where I first started and couldn't have done so in a better place.
This can be confirmed/status checked on the TTC FB page.
The Chattanooga area is a hidden gem in the Southeast.
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Constructive Criticism: I would say that I feel like the overly dark pictures don't do much for the article.
@briceshirbach I have been waiting for this article ever since you alluded to it last year when you replied to my comment on the "East Bound and Down: Knoxville" article. I love seeing my hometown get the recognition it deserves. I am from TN, have lived and ridden all over CO, now live in Montana and thanks to my work ride all over MT, WY, UT, ID, OR and WA. It's like riding a super fast roller coaster that does not do flips.It is awesome to see some love for the Chattanooga local trails.I and my local GA crew have ridden Raccoon mountain countless times.That is a lot of trail in close proximity to a Progressive small town. @yupstate that rocket ship can handle anything and everything I'm capable of throwing at it, especially when I toss on the burlier hoops and 2.5 Minion DHF dh casing 29er tires.I love living here and I'm very proud to be a part of the trail scene. Now if you could just assign those photos to the actual Trailforks Trail, then I can plan a "business trip" and easily find this: @kjjohnson: Its a heckuva lot steeper than this too, I redid this turn back a couple years ago anticipating the "pro line" would be nearest the tree over the top of the root and diving into the corner. There's even room to spare with those monsters mounted up.