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Freedom Park has much to offer for every skill level, from the mountain biker just getting started to the extremist. Loop C finds it's target on the adrenaline seekers.
Need to Know
Loop C can be super fun or extremely dangerous. Know your limits, ride with friends. The park has free trail maps within the mailbox at the multi-use trailhead. Study/familiarize yourself with the emergency bailout exits in the event of a mechanical or injury.
Loop C is one-way singletrack designed to be ridden clockwise. It is a well-marked 4.5-mile loop that offers a lot of challenges for the intermediate to the expert riders. From the parking lot, you'll see the multi-use trailhead & mailbox that has free maps within. Take the multi-use path & pass the loop A trailhead. Continue on the multi-use path till you see the loop C connector. On the multi-use path connector you'll pick up speed on a downhill....slow speed at the bottom & cross a wooden bridge.
Make an immediate left at the Loop C sign after crossing the wooden bridge & begin your climb onto Loop C. Along the way you'll be confronted with many technical terrain features (TTFs). All TTF sections have a bypass option for those that just want to keep their wheels on the ground. You'll be entertained all day from the many ladder drops, gap jumps, teeters, a frames, balance beams, berms, wall rides etc. Armed with the free trail map the well-marked trail system & many bailout exits, it would be impossible to get lost.
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