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Mountain Bike! Los Angeles County
by Charles Patterson (Menasha Ridge Press)
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This trail is a great little singletrack easily accessible, especially for those residing on the westside. I looped around and hit the whoops a total of 3 times and the whole ride was a little over 4 miles.
The trail starts off as a fireroad and has one minor but steep climb to where the singletrack part starts. The reward is huge when you get to the singletrack offshoot to your left (on the way up). It's narrow at times with humps (the whoops)and is fun to test your technical ability with a decent amount of speed.
After awhile the trail widens offering something for all levels of dirt-jumpers. Intermediate riders like myself can pick and choose which jumps look just right while advanced riders can enjoy the bigger options. There is a huge gap about 3/4 the way down the trail - inexperienced riders should stay left at this point or you could get yourself into some unwanted trouble. If you're like me, you like to push your limits but this one pops up as somewhat of a surprise. I'd imagine this gap to not be much of a problem for experienced riders. My advice would be to ride it the first time cautiously and note where the hairy parts are. Then loop back around and let it loose a little more!
Overall, great ride that I will definitely frequent more in the coming months.
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