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A mix of easy single and doubletrack along the river.


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5.3

Miles

8.5

KM

25%

Singletrack

5,063' 1,543 m

High

5,043' 1,537 m

Low

66' 20 m

Up

66' 20 m

Down

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Avg Grade (0°)

2%

Max Grade (1°)

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The river flood area can be very wet after rains.

Overview

This is a good after work or early morning ride along the river. There are a number of options to ride multiple loops if you want to go for a longer ride.

Description

About one-quarter of a mile in, you drop off the steep bluff, walking trails, into the river flood areas. You'll find good, flat singletrack here that winds among the Bosque and trees. After about three-quarters of a mile, after dropping in, you have to go back to the main trail but there are singletrack trails that hug the cliffs.

This ride is a great way to knock off the cob webs to start a season or, if time is short, after work. You can loop as much as you want to make the course longer. Overall, a very easy but great way to start up a season.

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Tom Chalgren

Trail Ratings

  3.3 from 8 votes

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in Albuquerque

#3486

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  3.3 from 8 votes
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Old cottonwood tress near the Rio Grande.
Aug 14, 2016 near Bernalillo, NM
Off bike looking for a cairn.
Apr 22, 2016 near Bernalillo, NM

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May 26, 2024
Anonymous
Nov 13, 2022
Ryan Warner
Jul 14, 2021
Shannon Lipp
May 23, 2020
C G
Sandy in spots. Not a lot of cover. 5mi — 1h 29m
May 23, 2020
Brian W
Nut roaster 5mi — 1h 20m
Aug 18, 2018
Boome Tin
5.7mi
Jul 2, 2018
Colby Ingram
10.6mi
Jul 1, 2018
Colby Ingram
Trail rides along the cliffs of the Rio Grande then down into the shady Bosque. 5.3mi
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