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Evolution

 4 votes

Length

0.5 Miles 0.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

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Ascent

-317' -97 m

Descent

11%

Avg Grade (7°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

1,776' 541 m

High

1,459' 445 m

Low

Conditions


All Clear 9 days ago
Mostly Dry, Some Mud: Evolution and U-line were in near perfect condition. Atomic Dog was mostly dry with a few patches of mud towards the bottom. History

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A sophisticated blend of jumps, ladders, and drops.

Eric Ashley

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Evolution (or Evo) dishes up a sophisticated blend of jumps, ladders, and drops during an exciting half mile between the summit and Road 3000.

Evo kicks things off with a series of doubles before winding towards a long log ride feature called the Stinger. The next section offers a couple of small trail-drops and good-sized doubles before arriving at a duo of steep ladder rolls. These used to be mandatory drops, but they were recently rebuilt to be more accessible. There's also a ride-around through the roots to bypass the ladders.

An off-camber sandstone slab represents the last of the rougher riding before the trail gives way into a series of doubles that end above the Tower Road. Heading left will connect with Pump Track, Unemployment Line, or Irish Death. While a turn to the right leads back to the Red Rock.

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Sep 1, 2017
Ben Sloman
Mar 4, 2015
Eric Ashley
Lower Evolution received some significant changes over the weekend. The size of jumps has increased 0.5mi

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  4.3 from 4 votes

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#106

in Washington

#4,915

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