The three bears. Details
The top section is under pine trees so can be a little slow when pedalling through a carpet of pine needles. In this section there are three jumps (the three bears) followed by another jump/trail obstacle.
You then leave the pines behind and head into the oak section. First comes a fairly long rooty section to weave through. Then there are two jumps/manual obstacles which you can hit at speed. You then meander through some trees to a road jump, which you have a straight shot at. There is a slope which takes you through two bends. On the second bend there is a small gap jump which you only see at the last minute.
There is one more bump/jump before you turn left on a main trail. Follow this down and straight across the adjoining trail, through the gap in the bushes. This is the last section, which is a standard downhill woodland trail with trees and roots to navigate.
The trail is a lot of fun with plenty going on to keep you working and thinking from top to bottom! Enjoy!
This trail is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!
More Stats for The three bears. mountain bike trail
Altitude change-90 ft
Altitude min172 ft
Altitude max265 ft
Altitude start262 ft
Altitude end172 ft
Distance climb125 ft
Distance down1,403 ft
Distance flat99 ft
Avg reverse time01:40:54
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
The three bears. Trail Reports
May 17, 2018 @ 12:32pmMay 17, 2018
|Still wet in places and a lot of work needed to sort out the trail features.|
May 1, 2018 @ 5:52amMay 1, 2018
|Very muddy still in places, smashed up in others!|
Apr 14, 2018 @ 6:11amApr 14, 2018
|First two jumps are dry but after that it's a bit of a mess, the 3rd will suck you in for a OTB moment. just ploughing the rest after that|
Apr 13, 2018 @ 10:22amApr 13, 2018
|Very wet and muddy - a real slog and not worth damaging more. Wait for it to dry out!|
Feb 26, 2018 @ 3:24amFeb 26, 2018
|Still sticky in spots.|