FASTR has 5 great trails in the counties of Flagler, Volusia & St. Johns.
The Mala Compra Trail is a slow technical ride in what seems like several different natural Florida habitats. The one way trail begins with hardback single track with switchbacks and straight-a-ways through palm brush for about 2 miles. Then you will reach a section spanning 1.5 miles with challenging climbs, quick descents, tight inclined turns, and rock gardens all surrounding several sulfur springs. This section is followed by several miles of flowing switchbacks. Finally, your ride will end right where you started after a final .5 mile up and down finish.
chuck lennon trails
The Chuck Lennon Trails are fast hard clay packed trails that are for the novice all the way up to advanced skill level. From the steep ups & downs to the hair pin turns it will test all your riding skills. There are 7 separate one way trails you can ride for approximately 11 +/- miles. It also has a pump track and a small Advanced Skills Area (Dirt Jumps).
moses creek trails
The one way singletrack trail has large sections with palm roots and some tight switchbacks which tend to slow the flow down on the first half of the trail but the second half of the trail has somewhat of a better flow (less roots - unavoidable in NE Florida). There are some bridges & technical features along the trail. Trail is marked fairly well with bike signs and blue squares. Currently another 4 +/- mile loop is being planned on the northern end through nice hammock oaks with nice elevation changes.
spruce creek trails
Surrounded by a beautiful native mix of Palms and tropical hardwoods and a great bluff view of Spruce Creek all within the Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve.
blue spring stark Trails
The Blue Spring State Stark Mtb Trail is two way trails with more miles of fire roads to ride on. It is considered to be a beginner skill level trail system so come on out and give these mtb trails a try and see what you think. The parking lot at the trailhead is past the main park entrance down the sand road about a 1/4 mile on the right. The Blue Spring park does charges a fee for trail use but it's temporarily waived for now.