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Barn Burner (Downhill)

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Trail

0.7 mile 1.1 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 0' 0 m
Descent: -178' -54 m
High: 1,114' 339 m
Low: 936' 285 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 11% (6°)

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No Dogs
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Trail shared by Randy Conner

This trail has enormous berms, step-ups, step-downs, table tops and lips to test your DH skills.

Randy Conner

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Features -none-

Downhill only and bicycles only.

Description

This intermediate to advanced DH-mountain-bike-only trail is your training grounds for the Devils Racetrack. Pre-ride before you freeride, this trail builds on the skills acquired on Cruze Valley Run (Downhill), with enormous berms, step-ups, step-downs, table tops and lips. Take your time and master this trail before venturing to the top of Pappy's Peak.

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Jan 25, 2020
Sharlie Clay
Oct 8, 2019
Tom Costello
Fun downhill 0.7mi — 0h 08m
Aug 24, 2019
Zach Hall
best medicine, devil's racetrack, redbud, barn burner, redbud, cruze valley,redbud to parking lot, redbud, barn burner, floyd fox up and back, syca… 10.2mi — 1h 45m
Jun 24, 2019
Sara Murphy
Apr 18, 2019
James Vanlankvelt
0.7mi
Sep 15, 2018
Roger C.
Aug 13, 2018
Brandon Gibson
May 20, 2018
Sam Speed

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  4.9 from 32 votes

#127

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  4.9 from 32 votes
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Trail Rankings

#2

in Tennessee

#127

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Photos

Riding barn burner during the 2017 AMBC fall festival.
Dec 4, 2017 near Knoxville, TN
Barn Burner - Baker Creek Preserve - Knoxville's Urban Wilderness - Knoxville, Tennessee
Oct 20, 2019 near Knoxville, TN
Taking advantage of the bike rack before hitting the downhill options like Barn Burner or Cruze Valley Run.
Apr 21, 2017 near Knoxville, TN

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