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North Loop

 4.9 (7)

6.8 Miles 11.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

466' 142 m

Ascent

-467' -142 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

3,921' 1,195 m

High

3,712' 1,132 m

Low

Shared By Dan Dillon

Conditions


All Clear 57 days ago
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A beautiful flowing course with perfectly banked corners and amazing views.

Dan Dillon

Dogs Unknown

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Need to Know

Parking is not complete but folks can park outside the gate. Please respect the neighbors and do not park on the road. If more space is needed, there is a wash just north of the entrance that can fit a couple vehicles.

Description

This is a brand new trail southeast of Tucson. The non-technical, flowing trail has easy-moderate climbs depending on fitness. The entire loop is newbie friendly and the twisty bits are very well-banked.

The trail can be ridden in both directions but it was built to ride clockwise. This is a 6.5-mile trail built especially for racing but is open every day, besides race days, for riding. Do as many loops as you can handle. Expect nice berms and jumps put into the right spots.

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Aug 19, 2018
Josh Robbins
Rode both North and South Loops. Great trail. My wife loved the views and the birds also. 11.4mi
Jun 23, 2018
David Erskine
Fun easy loop. 6.5mi
May 5, 2018
William Gugelman
So much fun! Well maintained, great views and kid-friendly.

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  4.8 from 6 votes

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#28

in Arizona

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William Gugelman
Vail, AZ
William Gugelman   Vail, AZ
Awesome trail - great job and thank you SDMB for creating it! The GPS said it was 8 miles. Amazing views, well maintained, mostly hard-packed. The average rider could complete this loop in about an hour. It took us two hours due to the multiple snack/water breaks for the kids (all under age 10). I can't wait to go back again! May 10, 2018
Rodeo he north loop for the first time. Great flow and lots of banked corners. Still soft but lots of fun. A few little bumps to jump. Had a blast and can’t wait to see it as a venue for Tucson mountain biking. Jun 7, 2018

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