North Range Maximizer
ElevationAscent: 994' 303 m
Descent: -1,001' -305 m
High: 728' 222 m
Low: 412' 125 m
GradeAvg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 21% (12°)
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“Ride every square inch of the North Range”— Jim Kerchner
From there it's a fast descent down Half Pipe 1 to a left turn onto Brian's Trail. Take Brian's Trail and head for the top of the hill to Half Pipe 2 which is more in the woods and where you'll find some skinnies and logs to ride over.
From here it's mostly downhill with some berms, logs and roots to keep you hanging on, at the end of Half Pipe 2 you reconnect with Brian's Trail and head for Buck Run trail. Follow Buck Run to Tear Drop Trail then take the Tear Drop Loop to get you around the top of the hill. You'll eventually reconnect with Tear Drop Trail heading the other direction and continue past the water tank to the Border Trail.
Hang a left onto the Border Trail and ride out of the valley to the pinnacle and begin the fast descent of the hill that leads into a tight left hander. Continue for some more downhill leading to another fast suspension collapsing left that shoots you up an incline. Once on top, you descend again with a hand full of brake and a splash through the creek at the bottom. Here you'll more than likely dismount to get up the hill in front of you or you can take Hunsicker Valley Trail as an alternate.
Climb back on your bike and head down the flowy wide Border Trail to another descent across water and an immediate incline where you find yourself crossing the North Range Utility road and continuing up a steep incline on the Border Trail, once at the top the trail has few rolling elevation changes before you turn left and ascend Buck Run trail.
This part of Buck Run is steeper and will get you to the part you previously rode, this time make a left at the end of Buck Run and take Tear Drop Trail to Broken Arrow. Descend on Broken Arrow hooting and hollering.
When you get to the bottom make a right onto Fireman's Trail, where you find a nice, short, fast downhill that has a few rollers that you might be able to double, once at the bottom take a quick break and turn around following Fireman's Trail to where you started. The End
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