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Length

0.3 Miles 0.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

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Ascent

-91' -28 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

2,462' 750 m

High

2,371' 723 m

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A downhill section with plenty of tabletops and gap jumps to practice catching air.

Andrew James

Overview

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Description

The trail starts out with a short but very steep drop-in that shoots you across the fire road and over a small kicker between two shrubs. Continuing downhill, riders will encounter a couple of tabletop jumps and a few turns with low banks. After the first couple of jumps the trail works in some gap jumps with A (larger gap) or B (smaller gap) lines.

As you get closer to the first contoured bank the trail splits into three lines. The A-line leads off to the left with a large gap jump onto the contour bank. Staying straight leads you onto the B-line with a small drop into a smaller gap jump from to the bank. The C-line is on the right, with a slightly larger drop before rolling over the bank.

Once over the bank, the trail has a banked curve to the right and leads over a set of roughly 10 low steps. After the steps, there's a short flow section through some berms leading toward the next contoured bank. The trail leads to another gap jump to the bank with a ride-around available before running parallel with the lower section of Ryanocoaster. There's one last gap jump onto the next contoured bank with a ride-around, then the trail finishes over a set of four larger steps.

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