Pemberton Women's Enduro 2019 The Spud Crusher "Fully Loaded" Starting at the Industrial park, head up the Mackenzie FSR for a short bit before connecting with the Wild Potato climb. Use the Smell the Glove connector to get on to Linda Road and head out towards Mosquito Lake. Climb up the Lake Loop trail to the top of….
1. JIM JAM At the bottom of the Jim Jam you’ll hop on to the Hand Job climb — if you’re pre-riding this segment look closely for the turn off, it’s easy to whip right by it. Climb Hand Job back towards Mosquito Lake. Keep going up the Access Road to the top of…
2. NO ERR Hope you enjoyed the climb up the Access Road because you’re doing it again. This time turn right up off the road and climb up to…
4. BOB GNARLY 1, 2 & LOWER MAC Well that was fun! Take a second to catch your breath, then crack a huge grin as you head up Happy Trail. Turn RIGHT at the top and keep on loving the single track as you head up Shama to the Waco connector and out to…
5. RADIO TOWER / CROSSTOWN Finish down the switch backs and jumps of the Connector Trail and cruise down the Mackenzie FSR back for your well-earned drink and potato at the Pemberton Distillery.
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