This park has 8 miles of advanced trail and about 4 miles of dbl track beginner riding. Many many many man made obstacles. A-frames, teetor toters, bridges, ladders, log jams, rock piles, and bmx style jumps. The Spoke Junkies of Lansing have put many hours of hard work into building this trail up. There are even double diamond parts of the trail. Take the dbl diamonds seriously as there is a 5 foot cliff in one of them.
How to get there:
Take hwy 96 to the MLK/Logan St./Eaton Rapids Rd exit. head south to Bishop ST. about 1/3mi then go left(east) until bishop dead ends to a T-Stop then go right (south) on Grovenburg until it dead ends. Hang a right and head west until you see a sign that says "Riverbend Natural Area" Take a right at the sign. Park in the parking lot at the end of the drive way and see the trail map.
Lots of fun. Please wear a helmet as the trail demands it.