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Located within Wichita city limits near Pawnee and 143rd East. Local riders describe it as the "Crown Jewel of the Wichita Mountain Biking Scene." Approximately 5.1 miles of tight wooded singletrack, open fields, multiple creek crossings, bridges, concrete slabs, roots, elevated bridge, some jumps, minimal elevation change, hedge-apples, urban artifacts, and bobcats.. The Parking GPS location is N 37 38.996 W 097 10.482.
The trail stewards for Millers are Tim Miller and Jerry Bratt; please discuss with them any maintenance or modifications that seem appropriate.
Millers Meadow is approximately 5.1 miles long with many fast sections of trail. Although there are no major obstacles or serious challenges to Millers, it is fast in many sections and proves to be hazardous to even experienced riders that might have a lapse of situational awareness.
The trail runs opposite directions on certain days. Runners always run against the bike direction. Helmets are requried at all times at the property owners request.
Millers Meadow is also the site of many events, such as the annual Millers Meadow Monster Mash (M4) ride that is 20 laps, or 100 miles, long. Visit M4ride.blogspot.com for more infomation. Also, local bike shops have had Demo Days at Millers, to allow riders to test ride many bikes that we can't afford. :)
The rules of Millers Meadow follow the IMBA rules of the trails. Furthermore, as Millers Meadow is on private property, be aware that other activities may be present at any time. This includes construction, hunting, and possibly gatherings not mountain bike related.
To get to Millers Meadow:
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Though the actual trail-head is not updated on this map (located where it is marked Alternate Parking), this is an actual representation of Millers Meadow.
Updated May 15, 2013 by Aaron ([email protected])