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Daisy Dukes

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 4.6 (9)

A short section of introductory jump trail.


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Singletrack

786' 240 m

High

715' 218 m

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Up

70' 21 m

Down

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

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Family Friendly Beginner jump trail to get your introduction on.

Description

Copper Harbor’s introductory, one-way, jump trail, Daisy Dukes, presents itself as an alternate ending to The Flow trail.

The first couple of tabletops can be jumped or rolled with a similar level of speed, allowing for a natural progression from two wheels on the ground to no wheels on the ground. The first berm guides the rider around gently to the second stretch of trail, which offers a couple of slightly larger tabletops and curvy berms, all maintaining the theme of either jumping or rolling as equally enjoyable options.

The trail continues to wind around with similarly sized jumps and rollers, taking a steeper off-camber dip into a valley and then up across a wooden bridge to the final doubles and jumps. Daisy Dukes converges back into The Flow, leaving an ear to ear smile on every rider’s face.

Contacts

Local Club: Copper Harbor Trails Club

Land Manager: Keweenaw County

Shared By:

Terry Dahl

Trail Ratings

  4.6 from 9 votes

#12

in Copper Harbor

#4802

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#12

in Copper Harbor

#85

in Michigan

#4,802

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Aug 6, 2018
Bryan Kluth
Sep 23, 2017
Aaron Rosenberg
Jul 25, 2017
Steve Wagner
A very fun track
Jul 21, 2017
Adam Post
Nice little jumpcourse
May 28, 2017
Gabriel Johnston
Oct 15, 2016
Angie Anderson
Sep 2, 2016
Jay Balliet
Aug 4, 2016
Jay Balliet