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Springboard Trail

 11 votes

Length

2.3 Miles 3.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

294' 90 m

Ascent

-824' -251 m

Descent

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

43%

Max Grade (23°)

1,420' 433 m

High

890' 271 m

Low

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Unknown

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A great epic flow trail just southwest of Corvallis.

Louie Vidmar

Overview

Description

The trail swoops downhill and the difference between riding regular singletrack and a flow trail becomes obvious right off the bat.

With high-banked turns, you can swoop around corners without slamming on the breaks. In fact, brakes are optional here (so is peddling), since the trail's collection of rolls and hills allow riders as much or as little speed as desired. The flow of Springboard Trail is 1.5 miles it goes quickly.

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Aug 27, 2017
Cassie Hughes
Nice, flow trail 4.6mi
Aug 2, 2017
Vanya deJung
Super fun! Green/Blue trail. Down only.
Jun 24, 2017
Kevin Madden
Super fun trail
May 30, 2016
John Nichols
Sep 24, 2015
Daniel Christianson
10mi
Jun 29, 2015
Tige Phillips
Apr 12, 2014
Colton Palmer

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  4.5 from 11 votes

#767

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  4.5 from 11 votes
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#25

in Oregon

#767

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Daniel Christianson   Moab, UT
I didn’t realize it was possible to pack such so much fun into a mile and a half of trail. A long pump track on a nice downhill grade would be my best description of this trail. Upon reaching the bottom riders may turn right and climb back up the Dutchman trail and the adjoining fire road returning you back to the top of Springboard. Because you are going to want to ride it again, and possibly again- Sep 27, 2015

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