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Black Snake Boogie

Intermediate
 5.0 (1)

This section of trail has it all! Flow, technical, switchbacks, short climbs, rocks, and more rocks.


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Map Key

2.0

Miles

3.2

KM

Singletrack

1,023' 312 m

High

989' 302 m

Low

85' 26 m

Up

79' 24 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

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Description

Every section in this trail system is fun, but Black Snake Boogie may be the MOST fun because it's got a little bit of everything.

It's the furthest north and connected to Road Runner by the doubletrack. When you finish riding the boulders on Road Runner, exit left on the doubletrack for a short distance and Black Snake Boogie will start on your left.

Enter the trail heading south and have fun on a mini boulder area and some neat features. When you get to the exit, go back south on the doubletrack and take the top line of Road Runner to the south. Where that exits you'll cross the road and can hit the bottom line of Scorpion Strut.

You can ride each of our sections as a loop of it's own, or tie them together like the Lake Ponca Trails ride does.

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roy pemberton

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In the boulder portion of the Roadrunner section of the system
Aug 24, 2016 near McCord, OK
In the boulder portion of the Roadrunner section of the system
Aug 24, 2016 near McCord, OK
Trials riders' dream play area.
May 18, 2016 near McCord, OK
In the boulder portion of the Roadrunner section of the system.
Aug 24, 2016 near McCord, OK

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