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Ryan's Eternal Flow

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 4.6 (13)

The intermediate soul of flow trails.


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Singletrack

480' 146 m

High

394' 120 m

Low

0' 0 m

Up

85' 26 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

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Description

Ryan's Eternal Flow (aka Ryan's Line) is very short, but very fast. For this reason, it's not recommended to stop anywhere on this line. You can access this trail by riding/walking up the Ryan's Connector near Bootcamp's entrance at the southeast section of the hub.

Ryan's Line starts with a drop to gather speed. Along the way there are many optional jumps and alternate routes to increase the difficulty. The last half of the trail offers quick bursts of speed rolling up and down different embankments, much like riding a half pipe made of dirt. Look for a rollable but quite tall ramp at the end of the trail.

Head left to the hub, or right to the overflow parking area.

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Shared By:

Nick Alvey

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  4.6 from 13 votes

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Learning on the pump track at Duthie Hill Park, WA.
Sep 22, 2016 near Issaquah, WA
Getting a little air off an optional step-up on Ryan's Line at Duthie Hill Park, WA.
Sep 22, 2016 near Issaquah, WA
Pedaling into one of several valley dips on Ryan's Line at Duthie Hill Park, WA.
Sep 22, 2016 near Issaquah, WA

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