Riding areaBelmont Regional Park
Bike typeDH, AM, XC
Trail UsageBiking Primary
TTFs on trailDrop, Jump, Roller Coaster, Skinny
Ride in rainYes
Boderline is a replacement for trails affected by the logging of Pines in Belmont Regional Park. It is a mix of flowing trail, drops, jumps and banked turns. Lots of sustained steep sections. There are a few deviations towards the bottom of the bottom of the trail that cater for different abilities and those who like to jump.
Access is off Old Coach road. If you can get dropped at the top of Normandale road where it meets Old Coach road that is best. The finish is as the end of Stratton Street near the old woolshed.
If you can't be dropped off, or prefer to ride up, then there are 2 ways. Either ride on the metalled farm track up to Old Coach Road (it's pretty steep and shingly), or take the sealed road back up Stratton street, take a left onto Cottle Park drive, left onto Normadale Road and a left where Normandale road and Sweetacre Drive meet, until you come to Old Coach Road - then keep riding until you find the start of Borderline.
Update Jan 2016. Best way up is now the 4 Degrees track.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Borderline mountain bike trail
Altitude change-610 ft
Altitude min494 ft
Altitude max1,104 ft
Altitude start1,104 ft
Altitude end494 ft
Distance climb162 ft
Distance down2,010 ft
Distance flat1,402 ft
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Borderline Trail Reports
Nov 3, 2017 @ 2:57pmNov 3, 2017
|Dry and dusty. Even after rain it is drying within a day or two.|
Oct 3, 2017 @ 2:38amOct 3, 2017
|Riding really well - dry and quick|
Jul 8, 2017 @ 10:20pmJul 8, 2017
|Wet slippery mud most of the way down|
Jun 17, 2017 @ 3:28amJun 17, 2017
|Great condition today. Take care if wet.|
Dec 18, 2016 @ 10:35amDec 18, 2016
Routes with this trail
|BBB Fig 8||8 miles|
|Border-4D-Bull Run fromSweetacers||5 miles|
|Belmont Great 8||6 miles|
|Bull to Border Fig 8||8 miles|
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