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No Name

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Fast riding, flowing singletrack with some rocks, roots and climbs to keep you on your toes.


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4.0

Miles

6.4

KM

Singletrack

954' 291 m

High

889' 271 m

Low

270' 82 m

Up

271' 83 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

13%

Max Grade (8°)

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Description

No Name is the original loop of Ingawanis Woodlands. It is ridden equally often in both directions. Except for Karmondo, the other trails are essentially spurs off of this original loop. Karmondo used to be a spur as well, but the option to bypass it has been removed.

There is a lot of speed to be had on this trail. Be cautious though until you learn which curves have gathered some sand.

Aside from the occasional rooty areas and small rock garden (with a ride around) there are two short but steep climbs to negotiate. One is a bit rocky and loose. The other is a combination of rocks and roots that warrants a fist pump or high five when climbed successfully.

Contacts

Local Club: Ingawanis Mountain Biking

Mar 24, 2013: 2013 IMB Race MAY 5TH

Aug 27, 2012: Race Results

Jul 18, 2012:

Land Manager: Bremer County Conservation Board

Shared By:

Karmen Woelber

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Ingawannis Woodlands MTN bike park today
Feb 22, 2020 near Denver, IA
El Capitan climb
Oct 20, 2013 near Denver, IA
Skirting along Quarter Run Creek
Oct 20, 2013 near Denver, IA
Nice flowing singletrack.
Oct 20, 2013 near Denver, IA
El Capitan descent (riding counter clock-wise)
Oct 20, 2013 near Denver, IA

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