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Thunder Chicken

 4 votes

1.2 Miles 2.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

96' 29 m

Ascent

-98' -30 m

Descent

1,295' 395 m

High

1,197' 365 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

Minor Issues

78 days agoUpdate

A shorter, singletrack trail starting with a climb and ending with some nice bermed corners.

Seth Redican

Overview

Description

From the parking lot at W Pump Station Rd and N Silent Grove Rd, head west under the bridge on the Access Trail that parallels Spring Creek. Once you cross the bridge over the creek, take a left. This takes you to the climb with four switchback turns.

Once you are at the top of the hill, you'll cross a dirt road. There is an "Advanced Downhill" trail clearly marked with a sign if you go to the right. Go to the left and you'll wind through the trees.

At the final fork in the trail, take a right to continue down to the bottom through some nice, high-speed turns. Once it flattens out, you'll be back to the bridge over the creek. Take a left to head back to the parking lot.

There are no big obstacles to contend with, but the climb at the beginning of the trail can be difficult due to the rocky conditions.

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Jul 21, 2017
Donnie Perkins
Nov 12, 2016
Michael Darling
Fun drops and ramps
Sep 13, 2016
Michael Wheeler
4.5mi
Mar 22, 2016
Seth Redican
1.2mi

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Conditions


Minor Issues 78 days ago
Dry - lots of small rocks on the trail that effect your line. berms, wooden ramps and walls are in good shape but jumps are worn down. In need of some trail maintenance. otherwise a great quick flowy downhill track.
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