Ride Leader: Nat
Trail: Bob's Basin
Trail Description: Yay bikes! Bobs Basin offers directional loops ranging from intermediate to expert terrain. The trails are really fun and don't killyou if you decide to do multiple loops. The beauty of this type of ride, is that we can do multiple loops or we can do one. Remember that "loops" means uphill, somewhere around 3.5 miles of climbing with about 600 feet of climbing from the parking lot to the top of the of the DH. The loop cuts off about an extra mile of climbing. We will climb The Graduate, Fink Again, 24-7 (south), then descend The Drop Out or Ant Farm, or Team Cutthroat, etc. Trails have the options or drops, berms, technical terrain and some mean rocks. If you want a detailed description visit the utahmountainbiking link below.
Bring water, snack, spare tube, helmet, etc... you know the drill! Bike lights are always wise too. REMINDER if you are a paying CLUB member there is a super sweet deal on lights right now. It ends Wednesday the 30th, so get yours ordered ASAP.
Pin to trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/GRj7bunNgQS2
Find me: Contact Nat Pin Holden on FB with questions. I drive a white Grand Cherokee, black bike, teal helmet. See you soon!
As a WomenMTB Club group ride, you can find ride information on the WomenMTB Facebook page.
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