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      A purpose-built, multi-use trail system, Two Rivers Bike Park boasts 8.5 miles of near-pristine Ozarks terrain for mountain bikers, runners, and hikers. The nearly 400-acre park sits just off the scenic Finley and James River confluence. Its trails feature mostly natural surfaces and offer the thrills of climbing and drop sections, rock features, built-in curved walls, and other optional stunts.

      To ensure Two Rivers is just right for all people, trails vary in difficulty levels and are clearly labeled. Beginners and leisure seekers can hit the 1.5-mile trail, marked Least Difficult. More experienced people can test their mettle on the 5-mile trail, marked Moderate. And serious shredders can tackle the 7-mile trail, marked Most Difficult.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      Access Info:
      From Springfield, MO
      South on Hwy 65
      to Ozark, MO then
      West on Hwy 14
      Stay on 14 through Nixa, Mo. then
      South on Nicholas
      Nicholas becomes M Hwy when you leave Nixa City limits
      continue south for 6 miles. then
      Turn east on Equine Valley rd. then
      Turn South on Two Rivers rd. then
      Two Rivers Bike park is on the South Side of the Road after the bend.
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      Videos of Two Rivers Bike Park Mountain Bike

      Two Rivers Bike Park   Single Track
      51 | Jun 9, 2016
      Two Rivers bike park -  Downhill Trail
      49 | Jun 9, 2016
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      Two Rivers Bike Park Mountain Bike Routes

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      Part of West, south, and home run trails
      6.8 miles

      Recent Activity

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      user #1104263yerfdogtnargaddroutePart of West, south, and home run trails
      Nov 2, 2016 @ 6:03am
      Nov 2, 2016
      user #303304esmith223addridelogSep 3, 2016 ride log and 1 more
      Sep 4, 2016 @ 5:02pm
      Sep 4, 2016
      user #1019374newportladdridelogDec 11, 2015 ride log
      Dec 11, 2015 @ 2:41pm
      Dec 11, 2015
      user #1019374newportladdridelogOct 16, 2015 ride log
      Oct 16, 2015 @ 1:50pm
      Oct 16, 2015
      user #756761Hotrod4989addridelogSep 5, 2015 ride log
      Sep 5, 2015 @ 3:21pm
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      Bike & Skill Parks

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      Two Rivers Skills Parkskill parkSpringfield
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