4.8 miles
Distance
950 ft
Climb
-1,684 ft
Descent
1,638 ft
High Point

fun loop or shuttle bundy and whoops

Detailed Description
budy whoop shutte is a 5 mile moderately popular intermediate route located near Will Rogers State Park California. This mountain bike only route. This route includes 5 trails. This route climbs 950 ft with a max elevation of 1,638 ft then descends -1,684 ft.
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19 Reviews & Comments

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oscanuckar (Sep 13, 2022 at 21:32)
Did the section between Bundy Gateway and Upper Bundy Canyon, and it was pretty good! Overgrown in some places (I’d wear long pants next time), but you can ride that section from end to end. There is exposure in some places, but the trail surface is smooth and it’s a pretty easy ride.
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jeffpete (Aug 30, 2022 at 0:53)
Looks like some guys are reworking the main section. Talked to a few of the builders and it sounds like good things are coming. Just be weary and don’t assume what’s around the next corner.
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Cmguidroz (Aug 4, 2022 at 15:46)
Somebody or something jacked some of the jumps up pretty badly. They’re not in the best shape right now which is really unfortunate. Hoping we get some rain to do some rebuilding because they need some work
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Sang5wN6G2 (May 22, 2022 at 18:36)
Don’t ride… abandon trail… overgrown vegetation with poison oak. Trail is not maintained.
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MTBCone (May 8, 2022 at 5:59)
Not a blue trail if ya hit the features Smile . Maybe double black or proline. Big canyon gap, and all jumps are very steep with gaps. Still fun tho
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larch3102 (Apr 17, 2022 at 16:31)
Please don’t climb this trail people come down fast and it is narrow in some sections
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sircrashalot29 (Feb 27, 2022 at 20:52)
I’m actually glad most people don’t like this trail. It’s not for people who don’t like real tight exposure with super loose conditions, challenging climbs, or steep and loose and off camber switchbacks that are also exposed. You should probably avoid. You probably won’t like it.
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LucasBUEPNo (Sep 6, 2021 at 14:14)
It’s not just a descending trail. That guy is probably a Chad^ It’s both directions, but definitely be careful and be prepared to jump in the bushes if you here a rider coming down.
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thechrisfr (Apr 26, 2021 at 17:28)
Read the note where it says no trail access on the North end of the trail. I didn’t and ended up having to climb the gate and scratched my bike frame!
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thechrisfr (Apr 26, 2021 at 17:27)
Not in love with that trail. Seems abandoned. Lot of switchbacks.
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thechrisfr (Apr 26, 2021 at 17:23)
You need to be Sam Pilgrim to hit most of the jumps because they are pretty big with gaps.
But some of them are rideable.
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mhogan1 (Feb 1, 2021 at 15:54)
Awesome trail. Still a bit muddy and wet so maybe hold off for another few days...looks like they are building a few fun little alternate lines in the jump section.
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MatthewWBronson (Nov 26, 2020 at 23:15)
Nice, flowy
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Cbb (Oct 13, 2020 at 20:49)
Bundy Canyon, aka Riordan Trail, is a spectacular trail that can be accessed from St Mary’s, Mountain Gate, Tigertail, or Kenter. Most riders will hike at least a few, short sections. 100% single track. Extremely varied with cliff hugging, scary exposed sections, a shady creek bottom with ancient Walnut trees, tight switchbacks, and beautiful wildflowers in spring. Strong climbers will love it; others may find it an unrelenting sufferfest. Recent trail improvements have substantially improved the love to suffer ratio. Now worth riding as an out and back; equally fun, and difficult, in both directions.
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timo29er (Jul 13, 2020 at 0:16)
Just wanted to add that there really should be a way for riders and hikers to circumnavigate the gated community at the top to get back to Canyonback Rd. After casing it out on google earth, it looks like you have to either clamber over the fence...or, go back the way you came. We lucked out and had some neighbors call security to let us through. They were very nice but it's not advised to bother them unless it's an emergency.
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timo29er (Jul 13, 2020 at 0:06)
This trail is polarizing. It has moments of awesomeness and moments that suck. If you're looking to get in a good work out and don't mind a little hike a bike in spots, it's dfnly worth it. In certain sections, the exposure and the narrow trail reminds me of something you'd expect to ride in the San Gabriels. Thank you to those of you who put in the leg work to get this trail back on the menu.
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crucialsworld (Jun 23, 2020 at 8:45)
A line for everybody wanting to try their hand at some jumps, be careful though, expert features are everywhere. GO SLOW if it’s your first time. There’s a road gap at the end which is easily avoidable if you hang a left. One of my favorite trails in this area. I love it
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crucialsworld (Jun 23, 2020 at 8:41)
Parked at n kenter, climbed for a minute or two took a left once I started going Back downhill. Kept climbing hit a cool single track until I matched back up with the fire road. Had to pull out trail forks or I would of missed it, but kenter whoops is off to your left behind a guard rail.
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cogsci (May 26, 2020 at 15:33)
This is a descending trail only. Please stop climbing it and risking the safety of the riders.
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More Stats for budy whoop shutte mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -734 ft
  • Altitude min
    852 ft
  • Altitude start
    1,586 ft
  • Altitude end
    853 ft
  • Grade
    -2.9%
  • Grade max
    -57.3%
  • Grade min
    64.9%
  • Distance climb
    1 mile
  • Distance down
    3 miles
  • Distance flat
    2,671 ft
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Recent Trail Reports Along Route

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Kenter Whoops
Oct 15, 2022 @ 3:49pm
Oct 15, 2022
Really fun but the mainline infront of the chairs is undergoing maintenance and is being rebuilt. Otherwise running great.
Lower Bundy Canyon
Jul 5, 2022 @ 8:28pm
Jul 5, 2022
Not sure what the previous reviewer rode, but LBC is not abandoned or overgrown at all. No poison oak unless you go off trail. I ride it once a week at least. It’s actually in good shape and fun to ride. Exciting exposure, tough climbs and switchbacks, cool scenery. Combine with Tree Fern for a nice loop, but walk the 100’ cliff section.
Teakwood Singletrack
Apr 7, 2022 @ 11:29am
Apr 7, 2022
North Kenter Fire Road
Jan 3, 2022 @ 1:19pm
Jan 3, 2022
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