ElevationAscent: 13' 4 m
Descent: -125' -38 m
High: 780' 238 m
Low: 655' 200 m
GradeAvg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 12% (7°)
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“A flowing, downhill track with several ramps, jumps, and wall rides to challenge even advanced riders.”— Michael Parker
This trail is meant to be ridden one way, downhill. It is listed as black diamond (most difficult), but if you stay off the man-made obstacles the trail can be ridden by intermediate riders without issue.
Start on the Red Trail and immediately break left into the woods. This trail primes you with a fun ramp in the beginning then gets serious as you see a skinny ramp that leads into a log ride. At the junction, keep straight to stay on DH, turning left here will take you to Froflo. After that, the trail descends quickly and you have your choice of side-by-side ramp jumps followed up by a nice boulder drop off and then a big, steep wall ride.
Just when you think it is over you see signs for "gap ahead" and come up to a big wooden ramp jump over a wide, dry creek bed. After that, stay left and you'll see one last ramp jump back over that same creek and you have a nice easy ride back out to the road.
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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed
Land Manager: Tulsa River Parks Authority
Dec 30, 2019: 96th and Riverside Park Restrooms Temporarily Closed