Flow Trail 1 Details
Built specifically for mountain bikes, a flow trail emphasizes speed and rhythm, featuring berms, rollers, jumps and other features that are designed in a way that uses the rider’s momentum to minimize pedaling and braking (think downhill pump track). From the young (or not so young) beginner, to the downhill pro, a flow trail delivers smiles for riders of all ages and skill level.
MBoSC has partnered with land manager California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) to build a four mile flow trail in Soquel Demonstration State Forest (SDSF). The objectives of this project are to promote mountain biking by creating a progressive trail that can be enjoyed by riders of all ages and ability level, and to increase the diversity of riding opportunities, demonstrate innovative and sustainable trail building design and techniques, and provide a model for other land managers for similar types of projects.
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More Stats for Flow Trail 1 mountain bike trail
Altitude change-323 ft
Altitude min1,680 ft
Altitude max2,029 ft
Altitude start2,029 ft
Altitude end1,705 ft
Distance climb861 ft
Distance down3,849 ft
Distance flat98 ft
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Flow Trail 1 Trail Reports
Dec 18, 2016 @ 1:00pmDec 18, 2016
|Super tacky in the corners, sloppy wet in the dips|
Mar 31, 2016 @ 9:57amMar 31, 2016
|Super tacky and sweet. A little slow rolling but awesome fun!|
Jul 11, 2015 @ 12:05pmJul 11, 2015
|Brake bumps are really bad, some berms starting to fall apart.|
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