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Rankins Fireline

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Harsh Downhill, Severe ruts, Sharp corners with some water bars suitable for big air, shallow puddles, even some fast sections. 20/50KM/H
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Trail Directions
Located in the Bunyip State Forest 10km east of Gembrook. 70km East Melbourne. A good starting point is Mortimor Reserve, travel 5km up Link Rd, Right into Burgess Rd, Rankins is 2km on the left
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Fire Roads

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Review Date
February 22, 2000

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

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Once a week

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Reviewed by: Kristian Ristell , from Melbourne Australia

What is Downhill Mountain Biking without Rankins Fireline, it`s awsome it has a huge technical variety. It keeps me satisfied because it lasts so long, the trail begins at about 410m above sea level and plumets to around 130m. The water bars seem purpose built for getting mammoth air.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
There are loads of similar trails in the Bunyip State Forest, just explore, but be careful its a big place. Bring a map and food.

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