2 Bee Line Details
This is a fast but relativity easy piece of single track through the bush. It starts off the Goat Rock (Four Climbs) forestry road.
Riders should keep and eye out for the tree across track not far past the Bees to Bridge intersection. You can get under it while still on the bike and at speed, so long as you use the deep rut on the left side of the track. Keep in mind this off camber section is all clay based, so is slippery as hell in wet conditions.
There are two groups off working Bee Hives on this trail, hence the name 2 Bee Line. First is just prior to the Bees 2 Bridge intersection, and the second about 3/4 of the way down. Usual story, don't piss off the Bees and they won't piss you off.
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More Stats for 2 Bee Line mountain bike trail
Altitude change-327 ft
Altitude min851 ft
Altitude max1,181 ft
Altitude start1,178 ft
Altitude end851 ft
Distance climb137 ft
Distance down3,113 ft
Distance flat345 ft
Avg reverse time00:13:30
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
2 Bee Line Trail Reports
Feb 9, 2017 @ 7:34pmFeb 9, 2017
|Trail Fairies have been out in force on this one. It's now finally dry enough to ride up.|
Dec 19, 2016 @ 1:47pmDec 19, 2016
|Prepare for a face full of gorse and Toi Toi branches. Overgrown in places.|
Oct 2, 2016 @ 12:26amOct 2, 2016
|Lots of surface water, making the hard packed clay sections pretty slick.|
Jul 31, 2016 @ 1:34amJul 31, 2016
|Wet and slippery in some places but still quite rideable. Rode it from bottom to top then linked onto Taniwha.|
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