Root Canal Details
Built in summer 2009, Root Canal (formerly known as 423) has been used as a race track for various regional champs, and features regularly on the Aston Hill race calendar.
Straight off from the start you’re over a large table top – one of the biggest features of the track. Getting progressively steeper as it goes down, the track continues into a series of jumps, drops and loose corners, and finally ends up at the infamous J-turns before dropping into the finish.
Is this the trail for you?
Root Canal is a technical downhill trail for more experienced riders that is especially challenging when wet.
Trail surface types
Severe constructed trails and/or natural features. Many sections are continually challenging. Chalk and clay surface which is slippery when wet. Includes extreme levels of exposure and/or risk. Jumping ability required.
Gradients and technical trail features (TTFs)
Root Canal includes jumps, off camber elements, roots and steep turns.
Suggested fitness level
A good standard of fitness but technical skills are more important.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Root Canal mountain bike trail
Altitude change-329 ft
Altitude min519 ft
Altitude max848 ft
Altitude start848 ft
Altitude end519 ft
Distance down1,578 ft
Avg reverse time00:07:05
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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