50.5 miles
Distance
3,930 ft
Climb
-3,921 ft
Descent
459 ft
High Point

Make sure to take breaks for food/water when needed, know your limit, and ride within it!

Have Fun!

An extremely physical loop connecting together every trail in the Don Valley Completionist Badge. A good and demanding challenge for experienced riders.

Detailed Description
Don Valley Comp Badge 80k Challenge is a 51 mile popular expert route located near Toronto Ontario. This mountain bike primary route can be used both directions and has a extreme overall physical rating. This route includes 414 trails. This route climbs 3,930 ft with a max elevation of 459 ft then descends -3,921 ft.
Local Trail Association
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Toronto Off-Road Bicycling Association (torontooffroad.blogspot.ca)
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1,177 Reviews & Comments

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hostilepickle (Sep 21, 2022 at 15:45)
Trail The Flats
Tall grass, blind corners, very skinny paths. Lots of pedestrians and dogs, it’s like driving on the 401. Can be fun
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hostilepickle (Sep 21, 2022 at 15:45)
Trail The Flats
Tall grass, blind corners, very skinny paths. Lots of pedestrians and dogs, it’s like driving on the 401. Can be fun
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hostilepickle (Sep 21, 2022 at 15:45)
Trail The Flats
Tall grass, blind corners, very skinny paths. Lots of pedestrians and dogs, it’s like driving on the 401. Can be fun
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hostilepickle (Sep 21, 2022 at 15:45)
Trail The Flats
Tall grass, blind corners, very skinny paths. Lots of pedestrians and dogs, it’s like driving on the 401. Can be fun
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hostilepickle (Sep 21, 2022 at 15:45)
Trail The Flats
Tall grass, blind corners, very skinny paths. Lots of pedestrians and dogs, it’s like driving on the 401. Can be fun
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hostilepickle (Sep 21, 2022 at 15:45)
Trail The Flats
Tall grass, blind corners, very skinny paths. Lots of pedestrians and dogs, it’s like driving on the 401. Can be fun
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Vgorous (Aug 18, 2022 at 18:31)
Trail Bunny Poop
Rode this earlier this summer and it was a little overgrown. Hard to keep your speed when there is vegetation hitting your arms or face.
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Px6XCc (Jul 27, 2022 at 18:37)
Trail Beaver Flats
I think they might have hit Sky Pilot which is a legit double black. It ends just above the river crossing for Beaver Flats..
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Rkuruliak (Jul 9, 2022 at 6:28)
Trail Fiveplay
New tree down at start. Otherwise great
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hostilepickle (Jul 7, 2022 at 13:45)
I’d say more advanced lots of exposed roots and hills
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hostilepickle (Jul 7, 2022 at 13:45)
I’d say more advanced lots of exposed roots and hills
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hostilepickle (Jul 7, 2022 at 13:45)
I’d say more advanced lots of exposed roots and hills
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hostilepickle (Jul 7, 2022 at 13:44)
Great downhill flow with a few jump features abs mid sized drops
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hostilepickle (Jul 7, 2022 at 13:41)
Absolutely beautiful line watch those turns for people going against flow
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hostilepickle (Jul 7, 2022 at 13:41)
Absolutely beautiful line watch those turns for people going against flow
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extremumadventura (Jul 3, 2022 at 17:12)
Trail Sixplay
Tree down, requiring a full dismount before the grapes of wrath.
Ain't no discounts or freebies on dis trail eh.
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extremumadventura (Jul 3, 2022 at 17:12)
Trail Sixplay
Tree down, requiring a full dismount before the grapes of wrath.
Ain't no discounts or freebies on dis trail eh.
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extremumadventura (Jul 3, 2022 at 17:12)
Trail Sixplay
Tree down, requiring a full dismount before the grapes of wrath.
Ain't no discounts or freebies on dis trail eh.
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jb-K (Jul 2, 2022 at 13:12)
Trail Garb City
There has been some damage to the bridge. It is undergoing repairs, but for the time being it is not recommended to take this side trail. Just use the shortcut along the tracks instead.
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jb-K (Jul 2, 2022 at 13:12)
Trail Garb City
There has been some damage to the bridge. It is undergoing repairs, but for the time being it is not recommended to take this side trail. Just use the shortcut along the tracks instead.
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jb-K (Jul 16, 2022 at 15:12)
Trail Garb City
Bridge has been repaired.
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jb-K (Jul 16, 2022 at 15:12)
Trail Garb City
Bridge has been repaired.
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Vgorous (Jun 23, 2022 at 14:58)
Trail Catalyst
Unless I missed it, this trail is a dead end due to construction.
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Vgorous (Jun 23, 2022 at 14:58)
Trail Catalyst
Unless I missed it, this trail is a dead end due to construction.
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Vgorous (Jun 23, 2022 at 14:58)
Trail Catalyst
Unless I missed it, this trail is a dead end due to construction.
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Vgorous (Jun 23, 2022 at 14:58)
Trail Catalyst
Unless I missed it, this trail is a dead end due to construction.
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natedagreat (Jun 23, 2022 at 19:33)
Trail Catalyst
Sky Pilot is the best option when the fences are up, then you can climb back up at the PA Upline to bypass it.
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natedagreat (Jun 23, 2022 at 19:33)
Trail Catalyst
Sky Pilot is the best option when the fences are up, then you can climb back up at the PA Upline to bypass it.
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natedagreat (Jun 23, 2022 at 19:33)
Trail Catalyst
Sky Pilot is the best option when the fences are up, then you can climb back up at the PA Upline to bypass it.
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natedagreat (Jun 23, 2022 at 19:33)
Trail Catalyst
Sky Pilot is the best option when the fences are up, then you can climb back up at the PA Upline to bypass it.
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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donsmithmtb (Jun 21, 2022 at 13:19)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Now marked as a Black Diamond?
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Beebs36 (May 10, 2022 at 6:51)
Good enough trail, just be prepared for the sewage smell
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dbirch16 (Apr 23, 2022 at 10:44)
Fun little ride with a few logs and gullies to traverse. Lots of quick up and downs. If you're already in the neighborhood doing Boomerang or Fruitloop, it's worth tacking this on.
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dbirch16 (Apr 23, 2022 at 10:44)
Fun little ride with a few logs and gullies to traverse. Lots of quick up and downs. If you're already in the neighborhood doing Boomerang or Fruitloop, it's worth tacking this on.
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dbirch16 (Apr 23, 2022 at 10:44)
Fun little ride with a few logs and gullies to traverse. Lots of quick up and downs. If you're already in the neighborhood doing Boomerang or Fruitloop, it's worth tacking this on.
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Ssymes (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:09)
Trail Catalyst
Wasn’t this last part called rim job?
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Ssymes (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:09)
Trail Catalyst
Wasn’t this last part called rim job?
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Ssymes (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:09)
Trail Catalyst
Wasn’t this last part called rim job?
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Ssymes (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:09)
Trail Catalyst
Wasn’t this last part called rim job?
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natedagreat (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:31)
Trail Catalyst
yeah, from Old Catalyst to Party atmosphere.

likely merged bc of the name
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natedagreat (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:31)
Trail Catalyst
yeah, from Old Catalyst to Party atmosphere.

likely merged bc of the name
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natedagreat (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:31)
Trail Catalyst
yeah, from Old Catalyst to Party atmosphere.

likely merged bc of the name
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natedagreat (Apr 6, 2022 at 20:31)
Trail Catalyst
yeah, from Old Catalyst to Party atmosphere.

likely merged bc of the name
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AminahYV2vXz (Dec 12, 2021 at 12:28)
Trail Gundy DH
Totally blocked by fallen trees
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skavenger08 (Nov 5, 2021 at 15:32)
Should this just be merged with The Ridge?
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sdrvper HMBA (Nov 5, 2021 at 17:13)
The city recognizes them as different trails on their maps. Sanitation Plant is in Crothers Woods and The Ridge is in Don Valley. I’d just leave it Smile
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skavenger08 (Nov 5, 2021 at 18:30)
Makes sense to me!
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:54)
Trail Razor's Edge
Couple of trees down. Requires dismount.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:54)
Trail Razor's Edge
Couple of trees down. Requires dismount.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:54)
Trail Razor's Edge
Couple of trees down. Requires dismount.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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RedFiveTO (Oct 12, 2021 at 13:46)
Trail Boomerang
Rode this today, slick in parts, and tricky, but fun. Thanks to cyborg for all the trails. Been riding them since the late 80s.
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MrLski (Oct 10, 2021 at 6:25)
Trail Catalyst
Some looser chopped roots on key climbs...rooty switchback as you enter ol Rimjob...than on PA Tremco climb. You will never do those climbs punk...paved is for you
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MrLski (Oct 10, 2021 at 6:25)
Trail Catalyst
Some looser chopped roots on key climbs...rooty switchback as you enter ol Rimjob...than on PA Tremco climb. You will never do those climbs punk...paved is for you
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MrLski (Oct 10, 2021 at 6:25)
Trail Catalyst
Some looser chopped roots on key climbs...rooty switchback as you enter ol Rimjob...than on PA Tremco climb. You will never do those climbs punk...paved is for you
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MrLski (Oct 10, 2021 at 6:25)
Trail Catalyst
Some looser chopped roots on key climbs...rooty switchback as you enter ol Rimjob...than on PA Tremco climb. You will never do those climbs punk...paved is for you
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natedagreat (Oct 10, 2021 at 17:12)
Trail Catalyst
Seriously… I was just getting the hang of tremco ffs…

I noticed the same thing on some of the foreplay switchbacks too..
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natedagreat (Oct 10, 2021 at 17:12)
Trail Catalyst
Seriously… I was just getting the hang of tremco ffs…

I noticed the same thing on some of the foreplay switchbacks too..
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natedagreat (Oct 10, 2021 at 17:12)
Trail Catalyst
Seriously… I was just getting the hang of tremco ffs…

I noticed the same thing on some of the foreplay switchbacks too..
[Reply]
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natedagreat (Oct 10, 2021 at 17:12)
Trail Catalyst
Seriously… I was just getting the hang of tremco ffs…

I noticed the same thing on some of the foreplay switchbacks too..
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oneubauer (Nov 4, 2021 at 16:52)
Trail Catalyst
I've been noticing this happening more and more! and not just here but other sections too.
Always at the crux section where you had to use a bit of technique and finesse to make it without dabbing. All made too easy now.

If the person doing this is reading this: if you simply must make the trails more like road riding, do it by _adding_ dirt. Or even rocks. Seriously: it will have the same effect, and when you finally decide to take up riding in a velodrome where you belong, the rest of us can at least undo your hack-job attempt at trail maintenance and enjoy the trails again.
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oneubauer (Nov 4, 2021 at 16:52)
Trail Catalyst
I've been noticing this happening more and more! and not just here but other sections too.
Always at the crux section where you had to use a bit of technique and finesse to make it without dabbing. All made too easy now.

If the person doing this is reading this: if you simply must make the trails more like road riding, do it by _adding_ dirt. Or even rocks. Seriously: it will have the same effect, and when you finally decide to take up riding in a velodrome where you belong, the rest of us can at least undo your hack-job attempt at trail maintenance and enjoy the trails again.
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oneubauer (Nov 4, 2021 at 16:52)
Trail Catalyst
I've been noticing this happening more and more! and not just here but other sections too.
Always at the crux section where you had to use a bit of technique and finesse to make it without dabbing. All made too easy now.

If the person doing this is reading this: if you simply must make the trails more like road riding, do it by _adding_ dirt. Or even rocks. Seriously: it will have the same effect, and when you finally decide to take up riding in a velodrome where you belong, the rest of us can at least undo your hack-job attempt at trail maintenance and enjoy the trails again.
[Reply]
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oneubauer (Nov 4, 2021 at 16:52)
Trail Catalyst
I've been noticing this happening more and more! and not just here but other sections too.
Always at the crux section where you had to use a bit of technique and finesse to make it without dabbing. All made too easy now.

If the person doing this is reading this: if you simply must make the trails more like road riding, do it by _adding_ dirt. Or even rocks. Seriously: it will have the same effect, and when you finally decide to take up riding in a velodrome where you belong, the rest of us can at least undo your hack-job attempt at trail maintenance and enjoy the trails again.
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:39)
Trail Catalyst
...its one of 3...looser newbie, strava champ, or gravel warrior to pass easy.
Regardless...STOP this sh.t...and pray you wont get caught while you hack away our fun. Dumbing down to match your dumb self...f off already!
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:39)
Trail Catalyst
...its one of 3...looser newbie, strava champ, or gravel warrior to pass easy.
Regardless...STOP this sh.t...and pray you wont get caught while you hack away our fun. Dumbing down to match your dumb self...f off already!
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:39)
Trail Catalyst
...its one of 3...looser newbie, strava champ, or gravel warrior to pass easy.
Regardless...STOP this sh.t...and pray you wont get caught while you hack away our fun. Dumbing down to match your dumb self...f off already!
[Reply]
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:39)
Trail Catalyst
...its one of 3...looser newbie, strava champ, or gravel warrior to pass easy.
Regardless...STOP this sh.t...and pray you wont get caught while you hack away our fun. Dumbing down to match your dumb self...f off already!
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:47)
Trail Catalyst
I know multiple people are on the look out to catch this punk...I think we should make a small signs and place them in location where he chopped out the challenge to let him know...maybe he is not on those platforms(most likely he is)
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:47)
Trail Catalyst
I know multiple people are on the look out to catch this punk...I think we should make a small signs and place them in location where he chopped out the challenge to let him know...maybe he is not on those platforms(most likely he is)
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:47)
Trail Catalyst
I know multiple people are on the look out to catch this punk...I think we should make a small signs and place them in location where he chopped out the challenge to let him know...maybe he is not on those platforms(most likely he is)
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MrLski (Nov 6, 2021 at 6:47)
Trail Catalyst
I know multiple people are on the look out to catch this punk...I think we should make a small signs and place them in location where he chopped out the challenge to let him know...maybe he is not on those platforms(most likely he is)
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:14)
Trail Catalyst
A sign is sometimes a good idea. You'll most likely never catch the person.

I had a similar thing happen on a local trail; people where cutting a corner by like 10 feet, just to avoid some roots. I'd pile logs and trees over the shortcut, but within days they'd be gone. Repeated this process 2 or 3 times before I printed up a sign, laminated and tied it to a stick over a new pile of logs telling them to screw off.

They must have got the hint because that pile of logs is still there a few years later.
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:14)
Trail Catalyst
A sign is sometimes a good idea. You'll most likely never catch the person.

I had a similar thing happen on a local trail; people where cutting a corner by like 10 feet, just to avoid some roots. I'd pile logs and trees over the shortcut, but within days they'd be gone. Repeated this process 2 or 3 times before I printed up a sign, laminated and tied it to a stick over a new pile of logs telling them to screw off.

They must have got the hint because that pile of logs is still there a few years later.
[Reply]
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:14)
Trail Catalyst
A sign is sometimes a good idea. You'll most likely never catch the person.

I had a similar thing happen on a local trail; people where cutting a corner by like 10 feet, just to avoid some roots. I'd pile logs and trees over the shortcut, but within days they'd be gone. Repeated this process 2 or 3 times before I printed up a sign, laminated and tied it to a stick over a new pile of logs telling them to screw off.

They must have got the hint because that pile of logs is still there a few years later.
[Reply]
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:14)
Trail Catalyst
A sign is sometimes a good idea. You'll most likely never catch the person.

I had a similar thing happen on a local trail; people where cutting a corner by like 10 feet, just to avoid some roots. I'd pile logs and trees over the shortcut, but within days they'd be gone. Repeated this process 2 or 3 times before I printed up a sign, laminated and tied it to a stick over a new pile of logs telling them to screw off.

They must have got the hint because that pile of logs is still there a few years later.
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:17)
Trail Catalyst
Found a picture of that sign Smile

i.imgur.com/hADnHqj.jpeg
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:17)
Trail Catalyst
Found a picture of that sign Smile

i.imgur.com/hADnHqj.jpeg
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:17)
Trail Catalyst
Found a picture of that sign Smile

i.imgur.com/hADnHqj.jpeg
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Canadmos TRAILFORKS (Nov 6, 2021 at 9:17)
Trail Catalyst
Found a picture of that sign Smile

i.imgur.com/hADnHqj.jpeg
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natedagreat (Sep 26, 2021 at 16:44)
It looks like someone cut out one of the roots in the Fourplay switchbacks... Please don't remove roots and other technical obstacles that have been a part of the trail for a long time just because they are hard... It's a double black trail after all.
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Nhagosta (Sep 6, 2021 at 13:13)
Trail Campfire
^by west I meant south
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Nhagosta (Sep 6, 2021 at 13:13)
Trail Campfire
^by west I meant south
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Nhagosta (Sep 6, 2021 at 13:13)
Trail Campfire
^by west I meant south
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Nhagosta (Sep 6, 2021 at 12:51)
Trail Campfire
Bridge down on west side of trail, not rideable, nearly impossible to walk with a bike.

Overgrown including something thorny that sliced open my finger
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Nhagosta (Sep 6, 2021 at 12:51)
Trail Campfire
Bridge down on west side of trail, not rideable, nearly impossible to walk with a bike.

Overgrown including something thorny that sliced open my finger
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Nhagosta (Sep 6, 2021 at 12:51)
Trail Campfire
Bridge down on west side of trail, not rideable, nearly impossible to walk with a bike.

Overgrown including something thorny that sliced open my finger
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Beebs36 (Sep 1, 2021 at 14:48)
Trail Sixplay
Good trail! Added a lot of features the past year, however near the end gets pretty overgrown. Just watch out as you bike through it.
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Beebs36 (Sep 1, 2021 at 14:48)
Trail Sixplay
Good trail! Added a lot of features the past year, however near the end gets pretty overgrown. Just watch out as you bike through it.
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Beebs36 (Sep 1, 2021 at 14:48)
Trail Sixplay
Good trail! Added a lot of features the past year, however near the end gets pretty overgrown. Just watch out as you bike through it.
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deanosaur (Aug 29, 2021 at 6:12)
Trail Trash Panda
Well put together fun and flowy trail. Totally different than our bigger mountain riding out West. Thanks so much to the 5 local boys who guided this old Albertan down this Toronto area gem.
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MrLski (Aug 17, 2021 at 10:05)
Hey, to someone that is sabotaging sections of the flowster...If you are here PLESE stop. Peeps will get hurt...you are changing shapes of jumps to dangerous...and than flattens some too...plus someone is cutting new line in place where there is perfect flow... that person on purpose is messing that nice part...If you lost your mind please sty home
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natedagreat (Aug 17, 2021 at 16:41)
I believe the new line after the wall ride is being built by the original builder, might be wrong though
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MrLski (Aug 18, 2021 at 8:07)
Nah Dude, he is just trying to claim the trail...It was collective effort of OG builders and riders...
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natedagreat (Aug 18, 2021 at 8:45)
Oh, my bad then
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Rye (Aug 14, 2021 at 7:58)
Trail Trash Panda
Sweet! Putting an order in today
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trash-panda (Aug 13, 2021 at 18:16)
Trail Trash Panda
That was me! Swag available (although pluralized name) at www.thetrashpandas.ca
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Rye (Aug 12, 2021 at 16:46)
Trail Trash Panda
Anyone know who put up the new trash panda sign? Would love to get one on a t shirt and hoody! Good fund raising swag!
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Hutchdeluxe (Jun 26, 2021 at 18:15)
Great work by a couple of dudes fixing up a landing off a jump followed by a nice berm. Appreciate the time and effort spent making this trail even better.
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crunchbox (Jun 20, 2021 at 19:28)
Trail Dirt Farm
Closed off due to erosion when I rode by today
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natedagreat (Jun 20, 2021 at 19:43)
Trail Dirt Farm
I believe it's to stop riders from accessing bunny poop, which is closed due to construction on Don Mills
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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sdrvper HMBA (Jun 15, 2021 at 18:21)
Trail Kitchen Sink
Trail is now fully passable when staying right / using the 'high line' on the side trails such as Hidden Fortress, Kitchen Hell, Garb City.

The actual Kitchen Sink route shown here is kind of falling to the side to these new additions that get you around the damaged areas.
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yungsteez (May 31, 2021 at 13:28)
Trail Trash Panda
One of my favourite trails on don. Fast, flowy, small drops and jumps. Some switch backs.
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crealisiss (May 26, 2021 at 21:47)
Trail Motown
Is there a motown "extension" that branches off the switchbacks at the end near the tracks and heads north towards secrets of flemo? Pretty fun northbound with jump opportunities. Not so great the other way, but there doesn't seem to be a good alternate return route.
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crealisiss (May 26, 2021 at 21:47)
Trail Motown
Is there a motown "extension" that branches off the switchbacks at the end near the tracks and heads north towards secrets of flemo? Pretty fun northbound with jump opportunities. Not so great the other way, but there doesn't seem to be a good alternate return route.
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crealisiss (May 26, 2021 at 21:47)
Trail Motown
Is there a motown "extension" that branches off the switchbacks at the end near the tracks and heads north towards secrets of flemo? Pretty fun northbound with jump opportunities. Not so great the other way, but there doesn't seem to be a good alternate return route.
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crealisiss (May 26, 2021 at 21:47)
Trail Motown
Is there a motown "extension" that branches off the switchbacks at the end near the tracks and heads north towards secrets of flemo? Pretty fun northbound with jump opportunities. Not so great the other way, but there doesn't seem to be a good alternate return route.
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crealisiss (May 26, 2021 at 21:47)
Trail Motown
Is there a motown "extension" that branches off the switchbacks at the end near the tracks and heads north towards secrets of flemo? Pretty fun northbound with jump opportunities. Not so great the other way, but there doesn't seem to be a good alternate return route.
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crealisiss (May 26, 2021 at 21:47)
Trail Motown
Is there a motown "extension" that branches off the switchbacks at the end near the tracks and heads north towards secrets of flemo? Pretty fun northbound with jump opportunities. Not so great the other way, but there doesn't seem to be a good alternate return route.
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crealisiss (May 26, 2021 at 21:47)
Trail Motown
Is there a motown "extension" that branches off the switchbacks at the end near the tracks and heads north towards secrets of flemo? Pretty fun northbound with jump opportunities. Not so great the other way, but there doesn't seem to be a good alternate return route.
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natedagreat (May 27, 2021 at 5:38)
Trail Motown
That section is known as 'Moartown' and is unfortunately hidden off of trailforks, but at the end of moartown when you reach the paved path, directly across is another trail 'noodle doodle' (also hidden) that will bring you back to the bridge, then you just ride the new metal bridges back to motown.

This video shows where I'm talking about at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOdAsNdJVhU
(not my video)
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natedagreat (May 27, 2021 at 5:38)
Trail Motown
That section is known as 'Moartown' and is unfortunately hidden off of trailforks, but at the end of moartown when you reach the paved path, directly across is another trail 'noodle doodle' (also hidden) that will bring you back to the bridge, then you just ride the new metal bridges back to motown.

This video shows where I'm talking about at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOdAsNdJVhU
(not my video)
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natedagreat (May 27, 2021 at 5:38)
Trail Motown
That section is known as 'Moartown' and is unfortunately hidden off of trailforks, but at the end of moartown when you reach the paved path, directly across is another trail 'noodle doodle' (also hidden) that will bring you back to the bridge, then you just ride the new metal bridges back to motown.

This video shows where I'm talking about at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOdAsNdJVhU
(not my video)
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natedagreat (May 27, 2021 at 5:38)
Trail Motown
That section is known as 'Moartown' and is unfortunately hidden off of trailforks, but at the end of moartown when you reach the paved path, directly across is another trail 'noodle doodle' (also hidden) that will bring you back to the bridge, then you just ride the new metal bridges back to motown.

This video shows where I'm talking about at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOdAsNdJVhU
(not my video)
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natedagreat (May 27, 2021 at 5:38)
Trail Motown
That section is known as 'Moartown' and is unfortunately hidden off of trailforks, but at the end of moartown when you reach the paved path, directly across is another trail 'noodle doodle' (also hidden) that will bring you back to the bridge, then you just ride the new metal bridges back to motown.

This video shows where I'm talking about at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOdAsNdJVhU
(not my video)
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natedagreat (May 27, 2021 at 5:38)
Trail Motown
That section is known as 'Moartown' and is unfortunately hidden off of trailforks, but at the end of moartown when you reach the paved path, directly across is another trail 'noodle doodle' (also hidden) that will bring you back to the bridge, then you just ride the new metal bridges back to motown.

This video shows where I'm talking about at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOdAsNdJVhU
(not my video)
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natedagreat (May 27, 2021 at 5:38)
Trail Motown
That section is known as 'Moartown' and is unfortunately hidden off of trailforks, but at the end of moartown when you reach the paved path, directly across is another trail 'noodle doodle' (also hidden) that will bring you back to the bridge, then you just ride the new metal bridges back to motown.

This video shows where I'm talking about at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOdAsNdJVhU
(not my video)
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crealisiss (May 27, 2021 at 8:39)
Trail Motown
Oh thx, trail is pretty fresh. That's why there's a chuck-huck floating. GD clever name. Should have tought of it.
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crealisiss (May 27, 2021 at 8:39)
Trail Motown
Oh thx, trail is pretty fresh. That's why there's a chuck-huck floating. GD clever name. Should have tought of it.
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crealisiss (May 27, 2021 at 8:39)
Trail Motown
Oh thx, trail is pretty fresh. That's why there's a chuck-huck floating. GD clever name. Should have tought of it.
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crealisiss (May 27, 2021 at 8:39)
Trail Motown
Oh thx, trail is pretty fresh. That's why there's a chuck-huck floating. GD clever name. Should have tought of it.
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crealisiss (May 27, 2021 at 8:39)
Trail Motown
Oh thx, trail is pretty fresh. That's why there's a chuck-huck floating. GD clever name. Should have tought of it.
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crealisiss (May 27, 2021 at 8:39)
Trail Motown
Oh thx, trail is pretty fresh. That's why there's a chuck-huck floating. GD clever name. Should have tought of it.
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crealisiss (May 27, 2021 at 8:39)
Trail Motown
Oh thx, trail is pretty fresh. That's why there's a chuck-huck floating. GD clever name. Should have tought of it.
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natedagreat (May 26, 2021 at 20:08)
Where did the wooden sign at the trailhead go? and the one at the swamp intersection?
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natedagreat (May 26, 2021 at 20:08)
Where did the wooden sign at the trailhead go? and the one at the swamp intersection?
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Motown
I was lot for hours on the train tracks and ended up seeing a golf course I wasn’t aloud on. We rode kitchen sink and got ona main road. Would not recommend as it leaves you to either ride it all backwards which is a pain. The start is fun tho.
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Motown
I was lot for hours on the train tracks and ended up seeing a golf course I wasn’t aloud on. We rode kitchen sink and got ona main road. Would not recommend as it leaves you to either ride it all backwards which is a pain. The start is fun tho.
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Motown
I was lot for hours on the train tracks and ended up seeing a golf course I wasn’t aloud on. We rode kitchen sink and got ona main road. Would not recommend as it leaves you to either ride it all backwards which is a pain. The start is fun tho.
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Motown
I was lot for hours on the train tracks and ended up seeing a golf course I wasn’t aloud on. We rode kitchen sink and got ona main road. Would not recommend as it leaves you to either ride it all backwards which is a pain. The start is fun tho.
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Motown
I was lot for hours on the train tracks and ended up seeing a golf course I wasn’t aloud on. We rode kitchen sink and got ona main road. Would not recommend as it leaves you to either ride it all backwards which is a pain. The start is fun tho.
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Motown
I was lot for hours on the train tracks and ended up seeing a golf course I wasn’t aloud on. We rode kitchen sink and got ona main road. Would not recommend as it leaves you to either ride it all backwards which is a pain. The start is fun tho.
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:47)
Trail Motown
I was lot for hours on the train tracks and ended up seeing a golf course I wasn’t aloud on. We rode kitchen sink and got ona main road. Would not recommend as it leaves you to either ride it all backwards which is a pain. The start is fun tho.
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natedagreat (May 25, 2021 at 17:29)
Trail Motown
That doesn't sound fun, for future reference, when you get to the train tracks, directly across them leads back down to a trail called standard deviation that can take you back to the main valley.

Or across the train bridge and then to your right is the start of Kitchen sink and Dr Quads.

Hope this helps Smile
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natedagreat (May 25, 2021 at 17:29)
Trail Motown
That doesn't sound fun, for future reference, when you get to the train tracks, directly across them leads back down to a trail called standard deviation that can take you back to the main valley.

Or across the train bridge and then to your right is the start of Kitchen sink and Dr Quads.

Hope this helps Smile
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natedagreat (May 25, 2021 at 17:29)
Trail Motown
That doesn't sound fun, for future reference, when you get to the train tracks, directly across them leads back down to a trail called standard deviation that can take you back to the main valley.

Or across the train bridge and then to your right is the start of Kitchen sink and Dr Quads.

Hope this helps Smile
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natedagreat (May 25, 2021 at 17:29)
Trail Motown
That doesn't sound fun, for future reference, when you get to the train tracks, directly across them leads back down to a trail called standard deviation that can take you back to the main valley.

Or across the train bridge and then to your right is the start of Kitchen sink and Dr Quads.

Hope this helps Smile
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natedagreat (May 25, 2021 at 17:29)
Trail Motown
That doesn't sound fun, for future reference, when you get to the train tracks, directly across them leads back down to a trail called standard deviation that can take you back to the main valley.

Or across the train bridge and then to your right is the start of Kitchen sink and Dr Quads.

Hope this helps Smile
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natedagreat (May 25, 2021 at 17:29)
Trail Motown
That doesn't sound fun, for future reference, when you get to the train tracks, directly across them leads back down to a trail called standard deviation that can take you back to the main valley.

Or across the train bridge and then to your right is the start of Kitchen sink and Dr Quads.

Hope this helps Smile
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natedagreat (May 25, 2021 at 17:29)
Trail Motown
That doesn't sound fun, for future reference, when you get to the train tracks, directly across them leads back down to a trail called standard deviation that can take you back to the main valley.

Or across the train bridge and then to your right is the start of Kitchen sink and Dr Quads.

Hope this helps Smile
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Squashbike12345 (May 25, 2021 at 15:44)
Trail Bunny Poop
Awesome trail pictures don’t do it justice. It is steep and windy. Great trail for intermediate riders looking for there first black but still might be too challenging for them and may leave them walking it. The uphill is brutal but the decent is oh so worth it.
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1DkfG (May 21, 2021 at 21:37)
Trail Topo
Slid down the dirt hill with my bike, didn’t die.
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1DkfG (May 21, 2021 at 21:37)
Trail Topo
Slid down the dirt hill with my bike, didn’t die.
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natedagreat (May 21, 2021 at 22:14)
Trail Topo
yikes what happened?
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natedagreat (May 21, 2021 at 22:14)
Trail Topo
yikes what happened?
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 20, 2021 at 11:00)
Trail Gundy DH
If you jump far enough, it is actually feels more like a gap jump. Nice
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igVrDp (May 19, 2021 at 21:01)
Trail Topo
Pretty dusty, needs a little rain
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igVrDp (May 19, 2021 at 21:01)
Trail Topo
Pretty dusty, needs a little rain
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jb-K (May 18, 2021 at 5:07)
Trail Dr. Quads
The left-curving banked structure that is seen in one of the photos above dated Oct 12 2020 should probably not be ridden. I didn't think anybody was riding it, until I saw some video footage just the other day from someone who did. The bottom part of the structure dropped about 18" in a land slump during sometime Jan-Feb 2020. After that, I believe some trail runners patched it back together, including some new cleats that assist them to run up it. As far as I'm concerned it was a hack job done by the light of the moon, and whoever patched it up certainly did not address the underlying instability of the bank there. And, those cleats are a good 2" high, just enough to kick the front wheel descending unless the rider is pretty steady. Bottom line, treat it with extreme caution as it is NOT a maintained structure.
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jb-K (May 18, 2021 at 5:07)
Trail Dr. Quads
The left-curving banked structure that is seen in one of the photos above dated Oct 12 2020 should probably not be ridden. I didn't think anybody was riding it, until I saw some video footage just the other day from someone who did. The bottom part of the structure dropped about 18" in a land slump during sometime Jan-Feb 2020. After that, I believe some trail runners patched it back together, including some new cleats that assist them to run up it. As far as I'm concerned it was a hack job done by the light of the moon, and whoever patched it up certainly did not address the underlying instability of the bank there. And, those cleats are a good 2" high, just enough to kick the front wheel descending unless the rider is pretty steady. Bottom line, treat it with extreme caution as it is NOT a maintained structure.
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natedagreat (May 18, 2021 at 5:30)
Trail Dr. Quads
For sure, it's best to skip the bank and rid the dirt path down to the flatter part of the bridge.
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natedagreat (May 18, 2021 at 5:30)
Trail Dr. Quads
For sure, it's best to skip the bank and rid the dirt path down to the flatter part of the bridge.
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jb-K (Jul 19, 2022 at 16:12)
Trail Dr. Quads
The ground under this structure has continued to slump, and the exit ladder is now teetering off into space with a decided gap between it and the bank. whoever it is that insists upon riding this structure as it collapses in slow motion has dumped more and more crap and garbage on top of it to keep it 'rideable'. My cursory glance shows 2 layers of pallets, and 2 layers of 2x SPF off-cuts have been dumped in there within the past year. The original low ladder section is no longer even visible under this accumulation of crap. I hope whoever is dumping that garbage in there is planning to pull it all out again when the slump finally gives way for good.
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jb-K (Jul 19, 2022 at 16:12)
Trail Dr. Quads
The ground under this structure has continued to slump, and the exit ladder is now teetering off into space with a decided gap between it and the bank. whoever it is that insists upon riding this structure as it collapses in slow motion has dumped more and more crap and garbage on top of it to keep it 'rideable'. My cursory glance shows 2 layers of pallets, and 2 layers of 2x SPF off-cuts have been dumped in there within the past year. The original low ladder section is no longer even visible under this accumulation of crap. I hope whoever is dumping that garbage in there is planning to pull it all out again when the slump finally gives way for good.
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 14, 2021 at 7:46)
Trail Party Down
Oh yeah that makes sense
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 11:10)
Trail Catalyst
Glad they did not merge PA and C. Would have been a nightmare
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 11:10)
Trail Catalyst
Glad they did not merge PA and C. Would have been a nightmare
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 11:10)
Trail Catalyst
Glad they did not merge PA and C. Would have been a nightmare
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 11:10)
Trail Catalyst
Glad they did not merge PA and C. Would have been a nightmare
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natedagreat (May 14, 2021 at 8:19)
Trail Catalyst
Yeah I think it was because of the name, they just decided to merge the 2 instead of changing it
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natedagreat (May 14, 2021 at 8:19)
Trail Catalyst
Yeah I think it was because of the name, they just decided to merge the 2 instead of changing it
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natedagreat (May 14, 2021 at 8:19)
Trail Catalyst
Yeah I think it was because of the name, they just decided to merge the 2 instead of changing it
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natedagreat (May 14, 2021 at 8:19)
Trail Catalyst
Yeah I think it was because of the name, they just decided to merge the 2 instead of changing it
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 11:07)
Trail G-Spot
I don’t really think is is a black diamond more like hard blue
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 11:07)
Trail G-Spot
I don’t really think is is a black diamond more like hard blue
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natedagreat (Feb 4, 2022 at 21:24)
Trail G-Spot
I agree, but as with Party Down, it's more for keeping less experienced riders off so they don't get injured.
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natedagreat (Feb 4, 2022 at 21:24)
Trail G-Spot
I agree, but as with Party Down, it's more for keeping less experienced riders off so they don't get injured.
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 11:04)
Trail Gundy DH
Awesome
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RichardqQu7A8 (May 13, 2021 at 10:58)
Trail Party Down
Why is it double black? It was fine before
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natedagreat (May 13, 2021 at 11:00)
Trail Party Down
I think when the new start hill was built someone changed it to db
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xfix905 (May 13, 2021 at 11:10)
Trail Party Down
With the amount of traffic in the don, it is better to over estimate the difficultly factor and hopefully keep under capable riders out of the big stuff, someone gets hurt and trails get shut down.. plus this party down exit is similar to the wallride section on flowster which is double black..
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 12:00)
Trash Panda was built very recently & Garbage cow has been there long before. the builders were seriously in error to merge the trails. The Garbage Cow original route was perfect & works to this day.

Trash Panda might be popular but needs to be re-routed just before it meets Garbage Cow over the top of the hill along the ridge where a trail already exists & they can merge along the top of the ridge then split off.

That leaves one more issue where they again cross just at the parking lot. the real solution would have taken Trash Panda along the bush following Leslie south to leave the old Garbage Cow trail as it was. Maybe it should simply end when it meets Garbage Cow.

Anyway argue all you want, as usual someone will have to get hurt first for the right thing to be done or for the city to step in and demolish everything. Then we all lose.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 12:00)
Trash Panda was built very recently & Garbage cow has been there long before. the builders were seriously in error to merge the trails. The Garbage Cow original route was perfect & works to this day.

Trash Panda might be popular but needs to be re-routed just before it meets Garbage Cow over the top of the hill along the ridge where a trail already exists & they can merge along the top of the ridge then split off.

That leaves one more issue where they again cross just at the parking lot. the real solution would have taken Trash Panda along the bush following Leslie south to leave the old Garbage Cow trail as it was. Maybe it should simply end when it meets Garbage Cow.

Anyway argue all you want, as usual someone will have to get hurt first for the right thing to be done or for the city to step in and demolish everything. Then we all lose.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 12:00)
Trash Panda was built very recently & Garbage cow has been there long before. the builders were seriously in error to merge the trails. The Garbage Cow original route was perfect & works to this day.

Trash Panda might be popular but needs to be re-routed just before it meets Garbage Cow over the top of the hill along the ridge where a trail already exists & they can merge along the top of the ridge then split off.

That leaves one more issue where they again cross just at the parking lot. the real solution would have taken Trash Panda along the bush following Leslie south to leave the old Garbage Cow trail as it was. Maybe it should simply end when it meets Garbage Cow.

Anyway argue all you want, as usual someone will have to get hurt first for the right thing to be done or for the city to step in and demolish everything. Then we all lose.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 12:00)
Trash Panda was built very recently & Garbage cow has been there long before. the builders were seriously in error to merge the trails. The Garbage Cow original route was perfect & works to this day.

Trash Panda might be popular but needs to be re-routed just before it meets Garbage Cow over the top of the hill along the ridge where a trail already exists & they can merge along the top of the ridge then split off.

That leaves one more issue where they again cross just at the parking lot. the real solution would have taken Trash Panda along the bush following Leslie south to leave the old Garbage Cow trail as it was. Maybe it should simply end when it meets Garbage Cow.

Anyway argue all you want, as usual someone will have to get hurt first for the right thing to be done or for the city to step in and demolish everything. Then we all lose.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 12:00)
Trash Panda was built very recently & Garbage cow has been there long before. the builders were seriously in error to merge the trails. The Garbage Cow original route was perfect & works to this day.

Trash Panda might be popular but needs to be re-routed just before it meets Garbage Cow over the top of the hill along the ridge where a trail already exists & they can merge along the top of the ridge then split off.

That leaves one more issue where they again cross just at the parking lot. the real solution would have taken Trash Panda along the bush following Leslie south to leave the old Garbage Cow trail as it was. Maybe it should simply end when it meets Garbage Cow.

Anyway argue all you want, as usual someone will have to get hurt first for the right thing to be done or for the city to step in and demolish everything. Then we all lose.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 12:00)
Trash Panda was built very recently & Garbage cow has been there long before. the builders were seriously in error to merge the trails. The Garbage Cow original route was perfect & works to this day.

Trash Panda might be popular but needs to be re-routed just before it meets Garbage Cow over the top of the hill along the ridge where a trail already exists & they can merge along the top of the ridge then split off.

That leaves one more issue where they again cross just at the parking lot. the real solution would have taken Trash Panda along the bush following Leslie south to leave the old Garbage Cow trail as it was. Maybe it should simply end when it meets Garbage Cow.

Anyway argue all you want, as usual someone will have to get hurt first for the right thing to be done or for the city to step in and demolish everything. Then we all lose.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 17:05)
Reading the edit note in the description, it looks like it wasn't the builders who merged the trails (on trailforks), I think that the builders were trying to keep both trails when building, not delete one
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 17:05)
Reading the edit note in the description, it looks like it wasn't the builders who merged the trails (on trailforks), I think that the builders were trying to keep both trails when building, not delete one
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 17:05)
Reading the edit note in the description, it looks like it wasn't the builders who merged the trails (on trailforks), I think that the builders were trying to keep both trails when building, not delete one
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 17:05)
Reading the edit note in the description, it looks like it wasn't the builders who merged the trails (on trailforks), I think that the builders were trying to keep both trails when building, not delete one
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 17:05)
Reading the edit note in the description, it looks like it wasn't the builders who merged the trails (on trailforks), I think that the builders were trying to keep both trails when building, not delete one
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 17:05)
Reading the edit note in the description, it looks like it wasn't the builders who merged the trails (on trailforks), I think that the builders were trying to keep both trails when building, not delete one
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 7:29)
Wow! Who edited this original trail & made such a mess of it? The original route was and should remain fixed. Re route the Trash Panda exit to go over the hill instead.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 7:29)
Wow! Who edited this original trail & made such a mess of it? The original route was and should remain fixed. Re route the Trash Panda exit to go over the hill instead.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 7:29)
Wow! Who edited this original trail & made such a mess of it? The original route was and should remain fixed. Re route the Trash Panda exit to go over the hill instead.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 7:29)
Wow! Who edited this original trail & made such a mess of it? The original route was and should remain fixed. Re route the Trash Panda exit to go over the hill instead.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 7:29)
Wow! Who edited this original trail & made such a mess of it? The original route was and should remain fixed. Re route the Trash Panda exit to go over the hill instead.
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andrelaurentmtb (May 11, 2021 at 7:29)
Wow! Who edited this original trail & made such a mess of it? The original route was and should remain fixed. Re route the Trash Panda exit to go over the hill instead.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 9:41)
I think they should have just been left to co-exist, if they wanted garbage cow to be re-routed why would they have built a jump over the trail to keep it?
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 9:41)
I think they should have just been left to co-exist, if they wanted garbage cow to be re-routed why would they have built a jump over the trail to keep it?
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 9:41)
I think they should have just been left to co-exist, if they wanted garbage cow to be re-routed why would they have built a jump over the trail to keep it?
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 9:41)
I think they should have just been left to co-exist, if they wanted garbage cow to be re-routed why would they have built a jump over the trail to keep it?
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 9:41)
I think they should have just been left to co-exist, if they wanted garbage cow to be re-routed why would they have built a jump over the trail to keep it?
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 9:41)
I think they should have just been left to co-exist, if they wanted garbage cow to be re-routed why would they have built a jump over the trail to keep it?
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xfix905 (May 11, 2021 at 10:31)
The Don already has a ton of unnecessarily added trails that promote trail braiding, connectors and shortcuts.

IMO, the old garbage cow trailforks route was dangerous, it told you to ride uphill (backwards) on a much more popular downhill only trail.
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xfix905 (May 11, 2021 at 10:31)
The Don already has a ton of unnecessarily added trails that promote trail braiding, connectors and shortcuts.

IMO, the old garbage cow trailforks route was dangerous, it told you to ride uphill (backwards) on a much more popular downhill only trail.
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xfix905 (May 11, 2021 at 10:31)
The Don already has a ton of unnecessarily added trails that promote trail braiding, connectors and shortcuts.

IMO, the old garbage cow trailforks route was dangerous, it told you to ride uphill (backwards) on a much more popular downhill only trail.
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xfix905 (May 11, 2021 at 10:31)
The Don already has a ton of unnecessarily added trails that promote trail braiding, connectors and shortcuts.

IMO, the old garbage cow trailforks route was dangerous, it told you to ride uphill (backwards) on a much more popular downhill only trail.
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xfix905 (May 11, 2021 at 10:31)
The Don already has a ton of unnecessarily added trails that promote trail braiding, connectors and shortcuts.

IMO, the old garbage cow trailforks route was dangerous, it told you to ride uphill (backwards) on a much more popular downhill only trail.
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xfix905 (May 11, 2021 at 10:31)
The Don already has a ton of unnecessarily added trails that promote trail braiding, connectors and shortcuts.

IMO, the old garbage cow trailforks route was dangerous, it told you to ride uphill (backwards) on a much more popular downhill only trail.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 10:46)
I agree that you shouldn't ride the trash panda backwards, but the section where you ride north on the trash panda section was flat where no one would have extreme speeds.

IMO since the garbage cow was built before trash panda, it wasn't added to braid or shortcut the trails, and doesn't pose a great risk.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 10:46)
I agree that you shouldn't ride the trash panda backwards, but the section where you ride north on the trash panda section was flat where no one would have extreme speeds.

IMO since the garbage cow was built before trash panda, it wasn't added to braid or shortcut the trails, and doesn't pose a great risk.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 10:46)
I agree that you shouldn't ride the trash panda backwards, but the section where you ride north on the trash panda section was flat where no one would have extreme speeds.

IMO since the garbage cow was built before trash panda, it wasn't added to braid or shortcut the trails, and doesn't pose a great risk.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 10:46)
I agree that you shouldn't ride the trash panda backwards, but the section where you ride north on the trash panda section was flat where no one would have extreme speeds.

IMO since the garbage cow was built before trash panda, it wasn't added to braid or shortcut the trails, and doesn't pose a great risk.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 10:46)
I agree that you shouldn't ride the trash panda backwards, but the section where you ride north on the trash panda section was flat where no one would have extreme speeds.

IMO since the garbage cow was built before trash panda, it wasn't added to braid or shortcut the trails, and doesn't pose a great risk.
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natedagreat (May 11, 2021 at 10:46)
I agree that you shouldn't ride the trash panda backwards, but the section where you ride north on the trash panda section was flat where no one would have extreme speeds.

IMO since the garbage cow was built before trash panda, it wasn't added to braid or shortcut the trails, and doesn't pose a great risk.
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natedagreat (May 8, 2021 at 23:29)
Could this trail please be removed from the completionist badge as it is obstructed, and archived.
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natedagreat (May 8, 2021 at 23:29)
Could this trail please be removed from the completionist badge as it is obstructed, and archived.
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natedagreat (May 8, 2021 at 23:29)
Could this trail please be removed from the completionist badge as it is obstructed, and archived.
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JoeSeven (May 8, 2021 at 7:24)
Trail Trash Panda
An instant classic. This trail gives me a chubby every time.
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SnM-Ben (May 8, 2021 at 8:58)
Trail Trash Panda
You give me a chubby every time! And yes it's running all-time right now!
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sdrvper HMBA (May 1, 2021 at 17:26)
Trail Topo
Pretty rowdy alternative entrance to catalyst
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sdrvper HMBA (May 1, 2021 at 17:26)
Trail Topo
Pretty rowdy alternative entrance to catalyst
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Dfsafran (Apr 30, 2021 at 17:35)
Trail The Ridge
Tree down across trail today due to high winds
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Dfsafran (Apr 30, 2021 at 17:35)
Trail The Ridge
Tree down across trail today due to high winds
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Dfsafran (Apr 30, 2021 at 17:35)
Trail The Ridge
Tree down across trail today due to high winds
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Dfsafran (Apr 30, 2021 at 17:35)
Trail The Ridge
Tree down across trail today due to high winds
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Dfsafran (Apr 30, 2021 at 17:35)
Trail The Ridge
Tree down across trail today due to high winds
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Dfsafran (Apr 30, 2021 at 17:35)
Trail The Ridge
Tree down across trail today due to high winds
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natedagreat (Apr 30, 2021 at 16:56)
Trail Boo Trail
A really nice beginner trail, like the flats
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natedagreat (Apr 30, 2021 at 16:56)
Trail Boo Trail
A really nice beginner trail, like the flats
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natedagreat (Apr 30, 2021 at 16:56)
Trail Boo Trail
A really nice beginner trail, like the flats
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natedagreat (Apr 30, 2021 at 16:56)
Trail Boo Trail
A really nice beginner trail, like the flats
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natedagreat (Apr 30, 2021 at 16:56)
Trail Boo Trail
A really nice beginner trail, like the flats
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natedagreat (Apr 30, 2021 at 16:56)
Trail Boo Trail
A really nice beginner trail, like the flats
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natedagreat (Apr 30, 2021 at 16:56)
Trail Boo Trail
A really nice beginner trail, like the flats
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natedagreat (Apr 17, 2021 at 10:28)
Trail Catalyst
Another one bites the dust, rip RimJob
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natedagreat (Apr 17, 2021 at 10:28)
Trail Catalyst
Another one bites the dust, rip RimJob
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natedagreat (Apr 17, 2021 at 10:28)
Trail Catalyst
Another one bites the dust, rip RimJob
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natedagreat (Apr 17, 2021 at 10:28)
Trail Catalyst
Another one bites the dust, rip RimJob
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skavenger08 (Apr 14, 2021 at 13:42)
Trail Garb City
If someone knows the actual name of the trail, please let me know/change it!
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skavenger08 (Apr 14, 2021 at 13:42)
Trail Garb City
If someone knows the actual name of the trail, please let me know/change it!
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jb-K (May 12, 2021 at 16:55)
Trail Garb City
Probably it along with Sink's Edge should just become part of the main line of Kitchen Sink, rather than the bit along the track which is technically trespassing on the right of way.
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jb-K (May 12, 2021 at 16:55)
Trail Garb City
Probably it along with Sink's Edge should just become part of the main line of Kitchen Sink, rather than the bit along the track which is technically trespassing on the right of way.
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skavenger08 (May 14, 2021 at 15:16)
Trail Garb City
I would agree with that but not sure if that's what the trail builder would want
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skavenger08 (May 14, 2021 at 15:16)
Trail Garb City
I would agree with that but not sure if that's what the trail builder would want
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alenz (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:11)
@willawrence27 the trail builder who made it had envisioned it to be one trail. you can go to @donvalleytrails on Instagram to learn more!
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sunnybrooktrailcrew (Jun 28, 2021 at 12:31)
You might want to do your research, on who built the trails before you go giving the credit to someone who's never taken part. That certainly wasn't my vision. And will never be. 2 sperate groups built the sperate trails. Timothy Charles owner of torba for foreplay. And Me and Hubble. Rollerflowster, however I was called Smiths Edge from 2013-15, before we finalized the trail from impatient riders.
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natedagreat (Jun 28, 2021 at 13:09)
What happened to the original fourplay entrance?
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sunnybrooktrailcrew (Jun 28, 2021 at 17:01)
The original switchback climb just over the fence? It's still there. All of it is from my knowledge. Only been that far once this season.
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:08)
Trail The Ridge
One of the 2 hardest blues in the don along with Kitchen Sink in my opinion.
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:08)
Trail The Ridge
One of the 2 hardest blues in the don along with Kitchen Sink in my opinion.
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:08)
Trail The Ridge
One of the 2 hardest blues in the don along with Kitchen Sink in my opinion.
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:08)
Trail The Ridge
One of the 2 hardest blues in the don along with Kitchen Sink in my opinion.
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:08)
Trail The Ridge
One of the 2 hardest blues in the don along with Kitchen Sink in my opinion.
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:08)
Trail The Ridge
One of the 2 hardest blues in the don along with Kitchen Sink in my opinion.
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willawrence27 (Apr 14, 2021 at 8:44)
Uhhhh, why was foreplay removed?
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micah356 (Apr 14, 2021 at 9:52)
It is now one continuous trail with RollerFlowster.
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 9:57)
not fully sure, I have a feeling it was because of the name, like party down (BoT), and Standard Deviation (STD). And it was probably easier to just merge em
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alenz (Apr 14, 2021 at 10:12)
@willawrence27 the trail builder who made it had envisioned it to be one trail. you can go to @donvalleytrails on Instagram to learn more!
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natedagreat (Apr 14, 2021 at 11:14)
Didn't know there was an instagram, thanks! Big Grin
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willawrence27 (Apr 15, 2021 at 7:36)
Gotcha. Thanks!
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natedagreat (Apr 13, 2021 at 23:40)
Trail Rainbow Rage
With the grade + the erosion, it is definitely a pro-line, by don standards at least
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Canuck34 (Apr 11, 2021 at 12:30)
Trail Bunny Run
Love this trail both directions. I think it should be a black trail simply due to exposure and “pucker factor”. Would not bring an intermediate rider on it.
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Canuck34 (Apr 11, 2021 at 12:30)
Trail Bunny Run
Love this trail both directions. I think it should be a black trail simply due to exposure and “pucker factor”. Would not bring an intermediate rider on it.
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Canuck34 (Apr 11, 2021 at 12:30)
Trail Bunny Run
Love this trail both directions. I think it should be a black trail simply due to exposure and “pucker factor”. Would not bring an intermediate rider on it.
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Canuck34 (Apr 11, 2021 at 12:30)
Trail Bunny Run
Love this trail both directions. I think it should be a black trail simply due to exposure and “pucker factor”. Would not bring an intermediate rider on it.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:31)
Trail Boomerang
Walked it today, dirt is good. Large downed tree blocking the path by the skinny.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:17)
Trail Razor's Edge
Walked it Apr 10/21, downed tree blocking the path. Dirt is good.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:17)
Trail Razor's Edge
Walked it Apr 10/21, downed tree blocking the path. Dirt is good.
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Scrollock (Apr 10, 2021 at 10:17)
Trail Razor's Edge
Walked it Apr 10/21, downed tree blocking the path. Dirt is good.
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natedagreat (Mar 29, 2021 at 18:10)
RIP Foreplay I guess?

None of the leaderboard records will ever be beaten now Frown
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Bigjohnbythebay (Apr 7, 2021 at 10:42)
I wonder if there would be a way to ask trail forks to archive the old results and do a reset for the new trail... One can hope
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natedagreat (Apr 7, 2021 at 11:00)
Oh good idea, I'll ask an admin if it would be possible.
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micah356 (Apr 7, 2021 at 13:25)
Does the leaderboard actually show old results? Or is it already updated to the new longer segment?
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natedagreat (Apr 7, 2021 at 15:57)
currently shows the records for rollerflowster from when it wasn't merged with fourplay. I dont think its humanly possible to do both flowster + fourplay in under 3min.
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micah356 (Apr 8, 2021 at 15:35)
OK so I asked Trailforks support, and there is currently no way to reset the leaderboard, but they are working on adding it.
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skavenger08 (Mar 7, 2021 at 20:40)
Trail Party Down
I like the new name! Party on Wayne
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uberdisco (Mar 22, 2021 at 11:22)
Trail Party Down
What was it called before?
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natedagreat (Mar 22, 2021 at 12:30)
Trail Party Down
Big Ol' Titties / BoT
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flydyl (Apr 2, 2021 at 13:15)
Trail Party Down
It's a great new name. Thank goodness.
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Jan 23, 2021 at 1:18)
Trail Boomerang
Thanks for the trails dude, you gave an incredible amount to the riders of the don and still to this day your work is still injoyed by the next generation of mountain bikers and don riders alike!
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Gavinwilliams (Dec 10, 2020 at 20:47)
Trail Climbmax
Wait so is this the parking lot just off of eglinton or the one near the entrance to top and catalyst
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Gavinwilliams (Dec 10, 2020 at 20:47)
Trail Climbmax
Wait so is this the parking lot just off of eglinton or the one near the entrance to top and catalyst
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Gavinwilliams (Dec 10, 2020 at 20:47)
Trail Climbmax
Wait so is this the parking lot just off of eglinton or the one near the entrance to top and catalyst
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Gavinwilliams (Dec 10, 2020 at 20:47)
Trail Climbmax
Wait so is this the parking lot just off of eglinton or the one near the entrance to top and catalyst
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Gavinwilliams (Dec 10, 2020 at 20:47)
Trail Climbmax
Wait so is this the parking lot just off of eglinton or the one near the entrance to top and catalyst
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natedagreat (Jan 22, 2021 at 17:54)
Trail Climbmax
Didn't realize you replied, its this parking lot www.trailforks.com/poi/5019
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natedagreat (Jan 22, 2021 at 17:54)
Trail Climbmax
Didn't realize you replied, its this parking lot www.trailforks.com/poi/5019
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natedagreat (Jan 22, 2021 at 17:54)
Trail Climbmax
Didn't realize you replied, its this parking lot www.trailforks.com/poi/5019
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natedagreat (Jan 22, 2021 at 17:54)
Trail Climbmax
Didn't realize you replied, its this parking lot www.trailforks.com/poi/5019
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natedagreat (Jan 22, 2021 at 17:54)
Trail Climbmax
Didn't realize you replied, its this parking lot www.trailforks.com/poi/5019
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 10, 2020 at 18:57)
Trail Boomerang
Just retired to Nova Scotia (2020) and discovered Trailforks. Nice to see all the trails in the Don that I built thirty+ years ago are well ridden. I lived on Leroy in East York and spent many hours creating trail . Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, training loop, fruitloops, and many more. Man I spent a lot of hours in that valley. I'm back building trails on my property in Victoria Beach, NS. I have a mountain behind me. I forgot how much fun bench cutting and building impossible to ride switchbacks can be. Trailforks is amazing.
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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natedagreat (Dec 10, 2020 at 19:27)
Trail Boomerang
Always wondered who built all these trails, cool to see the account behind them!
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 11, 2020 at 12:54)
Trail Boomerang
Cool to be able to see all the trails on Trailforks. I wrote this short description on my facebook page. Nothing to hide anymore - back then was not the same relationship with the city. LOL - coming out of the closet thirty years later. Back in the late 1980's, early 1990's I built mountain bike trails in the Don valley, Toronto. Mountain biking was in it's infancy back then. The epi center was Sunnybrook park. We would meet and ride crazy drop-offs and build crazy trails. The city decided to ban us because of erosion and being a public park . So I started building trails in the ravines of the Don valley. From Pottery road to Sunnybrook. Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, pre-catalyst - I spent many hours after work clearing away the undergrowth. My trails were very narrow, steep and crazy switchbacks. the harder the better! Initially the city was anti mountain biking and tried to close down the trails. During this time I started building in the East Don. far away from prying eyes. I built crazy trails with crazy drop-offs. They quickly gained a cult following. Others came in and built wooden north shore type features. The East Don was amazing. In the years since the city took over the west Don trails, removed all the crazy stuff, did a lot of rerouting. I was happy to see that. Only my friends know it was me that started it all. So why am I writing this. After moving to Nova Scotia I've been looking at Trailforks to find interesting trails to run and hopefully gravel bike next summer. I saw the trails in the Don Valley and started reminiscing. I came upon the write up for Boomerang, a trail I built in Taylor creek park. I never did finish it, the city shut it down. But today it is well established and in the description I'm recognized as the builder. I felt proud and thought I've got nothing to hide thirty years later. So that's my legacy to mountain biking in Toronto. Happy to see it so vibrant.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 11, 2020 at 12:54)
Trail Boomerang
Cool to be able to see all the trails on Trailforks. I wrote this short description on my facebook page. Nothing to hide anymore - back then was not the same relationship with the city. LOL - coming out of the closet thirty years later. Back in the late 1980's, early 1990's I built mountain bike trails in the Don valley, Toronto. Mountain biking was in it's infancy back then. The epi center was Sunnybrook park. We would meet and ride crazy drop-offs and build crazy trails. The city decided to ban us because of erosion and being a public park . So I started building trails in the ravines of the Don valley. From Pottery road to Sunnybrook. Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, pre-catalyst - I spent many hours after work clearing away the undergrowth. My trails were very narrow, steep and crazy switchbacks. the harder the better! Initially the city was anti mountain biking and tried to close down the trails. During this time I started building in the East Don. far away from prying eyes. I built crazy trails with crazy drop-offs. They quickly gained a cult following. Others came in and built wooden north shore type features. The East Don was amazing. In the years since the city took over the west Don trails, removed all the crazy stuff, did a lot of rerouting. I was happy to see that. Only my friends know it was me that started it all. So why am I writing this. After moving to Nova Scotia I've been looking at Trailforks to find interesting trails to run and hopefully gravel bike next summer. I saw the trails in the Don Valley and started reminiscing. I came upon the write up for Boomerang, a trail I built in Taylor creek park. I never did finish it, the city shut it down. But today it is well established and in the description I'm recognized as the builder. I felt proud and thought I've got nothing to hide thirty years later. So that's my legacy to mountain biking in Toronto. Happy to see it so vibrant.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 11, 2020 at 12:54)
Trail Boomerang
Cool to be able to see all the trails on Trailforks. I wrote this short description on my facebook page. Nothing to hide anymore - back then was not the same relationship with the city. LOL - coming out of the closet thirty years later. Back in the late 1980's, early 1990's I built mountain bike trails in the Don valley, Toronto. Mountain biking was in it's infancy back then. The epi center was Sunnybrook park. We would meet and ride crazy drop-offs and build crazy trails. The city decided to ban us because of erosion and being a public park . So I started building trails in the ravines of the Don valley. From Pottery road to Sunnybrook. Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, pre-catalyst - I spent many hours after work clearing away the undergrowth. My trails were very narrow, steep and crazy switchbacks. the harder the better! Initially the city was anti mountain biking and tried to close down the trails. During this time I started building in the East Don. far away from prying eyes. I built crazy trails with crazy drop-offs. They quickly gained a cult following. Others came in and built wooden north shore type features. The East Don was amazing. In the years since the city took over the west Don trails, removed all the crazy stuff, did a lot of rerouting. I was happy to see that. Only my friends know it was me that started it all. So why am I writing this. After moving to Nova Scotia I've been looking at Trailforks to find interesting trails to run and hopefully gravel bike next summer. I saw the trails in the Don Valley and started reminiscing. I came upon the write up for Boomerang, a trail I built in Taylor creek park. I never did finish it, the city shut it down. But today it is well established and in the description I'm recognized as the builder. I felt proud and thought I've got nothing to hide thirty years later. So that's my legacy to mountain biking in Toronto. Happy to see it so vibrant.
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Drinkwater-aka-cyborg (Dec 11, 2020 at 12:54)
Trail Boomerang
Cool to be able to see all the trails on Trailforks. I wrote this short description on my facebook page. Nothing to hide anymore - back then was not the same relationship with the city. LOL - coming out of the closet thirty years later. Back in the late 1980's, early 1990's I built mountain bike trails in the Don valley, Toronto. Mountain biking was in it's infancy back then. The epi center was Sunnybrook park. We would meet and ride crazy drop-offs and build crazy trails. The city decided to ban us because of erosion and being a public park . So I started building trails in the ravines of the Don valley. From Pottery road to Sunnybrook. Crothers woods, sewage plant, ridge, pre-catalyst - I spent many hours after work clearing away the undergrowth. My trails were very narrow, steep and crazy switchbacks. the harder the better! Initially the city was anti mountain biking and tried to close down the trails. During this time I started building in the East Don. far away from prying eyes. I built crazy trails with crazy drop-offs. They quickly gained a cult following. Others came in and built wooden north shore type features. The East Don was amazing. In the years since the city took over the west Don trails, removed all the crazy stuff, did a lot of rerouting. I was happy to see that. Only my friends know it was me that started it all. So why am I writing this. After moving to Nova Scotia I've been looking at Trailforks to find interesting trails to run and hopefully gravel bike next summer. I saw the trails in the Don Valley and started reminiscing. I came upon the write up for Boomerang, a trail I built in Taylor creek park. I never did finish it, the city shut it down. But today it is well established and in the description I'm recognized as the builder. I felt proud and thought I've got nothing to hide thirty years later. So that's my legacy to mountain biking in Toronto. Happy to see it so vibrant.
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