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El Bandido

 
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Length

1.7 Miles 2.8 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

195' 60 m

Ascent

-198' -60 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

1,019' 310 m

High

934' 285 m

Low

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El Bandido is a flowing mix of Flats, downhills, climbs and twisting through the trees wholesomeness.

Dale Love

Overview

Rules are posted in the Kiosk at the trailhead.

This trail is designated for one-way biking only.
Dogs: Leashed

Need to Know

Always wear your helmet and even take a little water..

Description

El Bandido begins with a flowing flat ride with a awesome view of lake Weatherford that ends at a left hand turn through the cedars, then a drop into excitement as you roll down a fast grade then back up again quickly into a right hand turn then climbing to the top as you make a left hand turn onto the power line. Just as you soak in the view you begin to roll like a rocket ship downhill and back up just as quickly with a rather tight left hand turn and rolling right back to the bottom, coasting up hill with a slight right hand turn onto a long bench cut into the hillside. As you drop into the tree line you begin to twist and drop downhill through trees and light scrub ending with a hard left and continuing along twisting through the grass and trees. as you make a slow climb through the grass you see the Houston Grinder come into view, almost a 1/4 mile of up hill grade that will make your legs burn with joy ending with a tight right hand climb to the top. Just as you catch your breath as you peddle along the top you begin to take a slow right hand drop back into high speed madness making you way down the up, then back down again as you cross along several benches that have been cut and a cool little berm that is in the mix ending with a tight twisty singletrack trail that leads you along the bottom of it all. As you come into a small clearing you cross into the tall oaks and begin your climb back to the top along more benches that twist and climb their wall all the way back up testing your legs one last time to final make the last few peddle strokes and climb out onto the top where it follows a short trail and joins back into the main trail.

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in Quanah Hill

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in Quanah Hill

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in Texas

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