Ride Leaders: Brandee & Danita
Trail: Join us for a mid morning Fall ride up Dry Creek/Gulch Canyon and down Bobsled.
Trail Description: We will meet at Popperton Park at 9:30 AM, rolling by 9:45, form there we will begin our ascent up to the mouth of Dry Creek Canyon (Please not there will be some limited road riding). This ride is a total of around 6 miles with just under 1,000 ft. of climbing. After we climb Dry Creek we will be rewarded with a descent of fast and flowy Bobsled. Plan on a bit of a gnarly entrance to Bobsled, but then it opens up to flowy fun with jumps and berms that will make you scream YIPPY!! I would clasify this ride as upper beginner/intermediate only because of the initial entry into Bobsled. (Note: I haven't ridden it since last Spring, so it should be fixed by now).
Directions to Trailhead: Meet at Popperton Park
Pin to trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/4e5FbM7RoMw
Find me: I will be in a black SUV, with a black bike, and a teal Bell helmet, text Brandee if you have any questions or concerns 801.651.5990
Please RSVP so we know who to look for!
As a WomenMTB Club group ride, you can find ride information on the WomenMTB Facebook page.
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