Eage Mountain Bike Park
Has a few downhill courses, Lots Of Cross Country trails (My favourite is "Sunset Boulevard") being begineer, intermediate and one advanced being Sunset Boulevard.
The Best part to ride I believe is.. go into the bowl section where a big cliff looking thing is. Then go up near the pump track and see-saws are then where a wooden post that has a blue dot on it follow that up. Once up turn right and go under the cross over. Merge left after you go under then get out onto the 4x4 track and turn left where you see an opening. Go in there and turn left. You will see a sign sayin "Sunset Boulevard". At first I thought it was a downhill course but its not, just an advanced cross country trail. It is quite steep and I wouldnt reccommend for in-experienced riders!!! It will take you along a downhill track called "The Mixer" and just keep following that. It is extremely twisty etc but is a fantastic ride.
Some other great trails are if you follow "Tunnel Vision" right to the top of the park then turn where the sign/map of Eagle Park is and that will take you along "Hawkeye" and "Southside". These are very fast and not extremely challenging but are great fun!!!
I am not a downhiller so thats why I have not wrote about the downhill trails. But a stab in the dark at it. I say that Loose Moose is a less challenging trail. Also "The Mixer" is one of the hardest and not made for IN-EXPERIENCED RIDERS!!!! All you Downhillers out there help me out with this as I am not sure.
If you go to the website it will show you all of Eagle Mountain Bike Park!!!
Also go to the Bike SA website and that will give you a good map showing you all the trails I just wrote about. It will also tell you how to get there etc etc.
Hope my review is very helpful to you and I hope if you ever go to Eagle Park that this helps you abnd also the link will help you a lot!!!
PS Don't listen to the map!! Its wrong!!!
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