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blueBlack Boyd Pond Singletrack

Trail

5.0 mile 8.0 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 282' 86 m
Descent: -276' -84 m
High: 313' 96 m
Low: 247' 75 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 11% (7°)

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Patrick Smith

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Boyd Pond is a challenging ride. To get as much mileage as possible on a small piece of land, the trail is very tight and twisty, with lots of switchbacks to fold the trail back onto itself almost. There are also plenty of steep short climbs immediately after those switchbacks. The trail is very sandy and drains well after a rain.

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Apr 28, 2019
John Hndz
Jan 27, 2019
Eben Darling
Dec 14, 2017
Nathan Leonard
Great singletrack! I just wish there were berms around the faster corners to keep the speed. 5.6mi
Mar 15, 2017
Daniel Johnson
Trail is short and fun. Lots of little steep climbs. I did all the loops and then went back and did the Log apocalypse and psycho loops a second time. 6.7mi
Jan 9, 2016
Patrick Scheele

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  4.0 from 10 votes

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