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0.5 mile 0.8 kilometer point to point
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Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -317' -97 m
High: 1,776' 541 m
Low: 1,459' 445 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 11% (7°)
Max Grade: 27% (15°)

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Trail shared by Eric Ashley

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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Adam Mattessich
New York, NY
Adam Mattessich   New York, NY
What I love about Galbraith is that the trails are built so people of all different levels can ride the same trail. Evo has lots of north shore style ramps and drops all with go-arounds. A lot of the go arounds have smaller kickers to play on so even if you can't ride the larger features there's still fun to be had. I'll never be able to ride all the features on this trail but I still had a blast going down it. Aug 6, 2018

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