One Way Only:
This is designated as a directional trail.
Larceny begins with Randy's Traverse
but goes right at the split. It's fairly flat at the beginning but riders should have plenty of speed from entering the trail from Goat
or the Crushed Limestone Trail
. The trail begins to descend with a few jumps and banked turns before it returns to an option to transfer left onto Randy's Traverse
or keep right for a steeper descent into a large tabletop. Look ahead to line up to the metal feature. It is a jump into a left hand berm but the jump is easily rolled by those learning how to progress their skills. The left hand berm after the metal jump seamlessly flows into a large right hand berm.
The next feature offers three optional ways to ride it. One can jump into the left hand berm behind it, roll straight into the berm, or try a wheel tap with the tree on the left while jumping deeper into the berm. The jumps that follow are large tabletops. One has an optional bigger lip on the right for more air time. They are all easily rolled by beginners learning to jump.
The trail crosses the gravel at the north end of the bike/pedestrian bridge for the return climb but also continues straight across if one wishes to climb back to the top via Goat
Shared By: Lee Clark