Texans love their ranches—especially when their homestead sports roads ripe for biking. Amid the limestone hills that trace the Paluxy River watershed, not far from Dinosaur Valley State Park, this family-owned ranch still keeps goats behind its fences. It also welcomes cycling enthusiasts to explore its eight miles of fast-riding bike trails. Not for novices, the single track course has steep climbs, breathtaking drop-offs, rocky descents, and all manner of natural obstacles—from boulders to tree roots. Beginners can manage by dismounting or following a marked path that keeps them away from the trickier sections.