Jim's Mowing Details
This grassy trail starts off on low gradient and winds it way over some large granite slabs with optional jump lines before charging down a chute, crossing a small field and hit the sketchy road gap to clear the firetrail.
From here, pick up the old farm track heading north east and peel your eyes for blue flags on your right hand side. Now you're on your way down a series of very steep chutes, down a near-vertical granite slab and across an offcamber grass slope.
Next up are a series of jumps and berms about 2/3 the way down the trail in amongst the eucalypts and ubiquitous grass trees. Just after a small gully jump or crossing is a rocky step down that warrants a look prior to your first attempt. The run out is sketchy and the feature is unrollable. The B-line for the step down is on the left.
Look for the next blue flag which hooks into a tight right-hand berm, squeeze between the trees and carry your speed through to the end of the trail. You'll either finish on the firetrail to push back up or cross the firetrail and carry the track all the way to the riverside to follow the foot-track back to Brutus (~800m) or beyond.
Jim's Mowing can be accessed from the same trail head as Rapids Ahoy, Savage Bliss, Whop-a-Chang and Trainspotting by heading north from the flattened-fence-slab.
The segment starts at the first blue flag, near a granite slab on flat ground. If approaching Jim's Mowing from Brutus, an optional start point is where Brutus and Jim's cross at the "natural berm".
This trail is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!
This trail is unsanctioned. Be respectful to all residents and users of the area. Please promote the good vibes of mountain biking at all times!
More Stats for Jim's Mowing mountain bike trail
Altitude change-629 ft
Altitude min94 ft
Altitude start723 ft
Altitude end94 ft
Distance down4,416 ft
Distance flat415 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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