Mountain Bike! Washington
by Bennett & Leman (Menasha Ridge Press)
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Great trail, it is a difficult climb to get started but well worth the effort.
Trail was sweet...fast and sticky. Pretty smooth throughout!
This is a great trail that winds up Tiger mountain through the dense trees. The singletrack is full of roots, but still manageable.
Rode the Preston RR trail for the first time in several years. It used to be one big mud pit. But the BBTC has done a tremendous amount of work on this trail, and it shows. We rode it on a cold, wet day, and it was a blast. Fast, fun, technical singletrack on the decent. The only downsides to this trail are that it is very crowded on weekends, and it's not as long as I'd like it to be. You have to decend about 3 miles on logging road to connect the Preston RR trail up to the NW Timber trail. But, it's a still a lot of fun if you don't have the time to do a longer ride.
From Tiger mountain summit off of Hwy 18, trail starts up the road. Great trail, good workout factor and fun singletrack. A little over 3 mile climb up a good dirt rood, pretty steep climb but rideable. Stay to your left at the Y intersection. Trail starts off to your left, this section can be muddy and technical but all rideable even for me. When you come out of this section go left on the road and then right at the Y, continue for about 2 miles on this road. After a good downhill and a steep uphill look for gravel miles on your right the Northwest Timber trail starts behind the gravel pile. Another 2.3 miles of singletrack then come out at a road and go left to the parking lot. Trails well maintained by local bike club BBTC, be sure to join or help out.
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