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Poppa Wheelie

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0.2 Miles 0.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

14' 4 m

Ascent

-42' -13 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

1,970' 601 m

High

1,929' 588 m

Low

Shared By Hunter R

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One run down this roller coaster ride through a drainage and you'll never want to leave!

Hunter R

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Family Friendly This trail serves as a great place to introduce your kids to riding berms. They can continue to lap the trail, each time increasing their confidence. Before you know it, they won't want to leave!

Description

Poppa Wheelie is the perfect example of what happens when you give dedicated trail builders, tons of community volunteer hours, and true creative vision to a trail that would otherwise not exist in the bizarre location that it does.

While dropping into this (preferably one-way) trail down a sculpted drainage, prepare to permagrin as you rip up and down the tall bermed walls on both sides. Along the way, continue to build speed as the berms transition from large and wide near the top to smaller, steeper, moto-style berms near the bottom.

You just can't ride out of the bottom of this trail without immediately wanting to climb back up and ride it again.

For those that truly want to start their Poppa Wheelie lap with a bang, an optional 3+ foot wood step-down quickly brings you up to speed to rail the berms on the adjacent side.

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