From Centennial Park's North Trailhead, this under 3-mile mountain bike experience favors the novice and beginner mountain biker - combining two accessible loops including the ‘Learners Permit’ and ‘Pop Rocks’ trails. From the trailhead the route follows Learners Permit in a counterclockwise direction, tackling a majority the elevation within the initial ½ mile of the ride. From the top of Learners Permit, cyclists are rewarded with primarily fast and flowy singletrack trails back to the bottom. Once they’ve completed the Learners Permit loop, riders can hop onto Pop Rocks. Constructed from all-weather materials and able to be ridden mostly year-round, the Pop Rocks loop is perfect for even the youngest of little shredders on balance bikes. While Pop Rocks construction creates a mostly weatherproof experience, Learners Permit typically takes a few days to dry out after substantial rainfall. Where to Park Accessible from the frontage road along I-49, this smaller North Trailhead for Centennial Park provides public parking and direct access to the park’s most beginner-friendly mountain bike experiences. While traditional amenities including public restrooms and water are NOT available at this trailhead, they can be found at the park’s pavilion and main trailhead.