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Breakdown

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1.1 Miles 1.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

4' 1 m

Ascent

-426' -130 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

1,893' 577 m

High

1,471' 448 m

Low

Shared By Leslie Kehmeier

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Minor Issues 39 days ago
Some Mud - was there on the 6th and 7th, the freeze/thaw cycle makes for some kind of slick sections but nothing was too sketchy History

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A mix of speed, challenge and play; Breakdown is the mid-mountain fun at Mountain of the Rogue.

Leslie Kehmeier

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Breakdown is the mid-mountain descending trail at Mountain of the Rogue. The tread is a bit wider than Arm Bar and has a mix of challenging and playful elements.

To start, the trail rolls across the level from the intersection with Arm Bar and then tips downhill quickly through a series of steep rollers.

As the trail bends around the mountain to the north, the route drops through some rocky ledges flanked by small cliff bands on the hillside.

After the last drop, the next section of Breakdown dives into madrone trees and over a few thunder patches of trail that end at a small rock garden. From there the route makes a big left-hand turn and then follows a long continuous descent over deep rollers, through a mix of forest and open hillsides, to the top of Pay Dirt.

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Dec 6, 2018
River Bradley
Jun 10, 2018
Ashley Ader
Scary and hard. Did it as a green-blue rider lol!

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  5.0 from 3 votes

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in Oregon

#893

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