The state of Ohio's urban trails have been added to the trails inventory.
Much like its Midwest brethren, Ohio is one of those places that has way more and way better mountain biking than people imagine. The geography of Ohio gets pigeonholed as flat, but the southern half of the state is dominated by the Ohio River Valley. Most of the major cities in Ohio are located near rivers and therefore come with elevation changes that create the type of riding Ohio is known for: tight singletrack with punchy climbs.
In the last few years, Ohio has been piling on the urban mileage as cities across the state have begun to see the benefits of having an involved user group in their parks. One of the really interesting things about these newer trails is that many are built on some type of post-industrial or abandoned lands. Ohio is firmly in the Rust Belt and many industrial users once had vast amounts of land, now lost to them via bankruptcies and reclaimed by nature.
In honor of the adding of Ohio state trails, lets showcase some Ohio locals, The End of the Ocean, and their post-rock instrumental anthem "Redemption":
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