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No. of Reviews: 2

like ups and downs...almost as good as a mountain. Some good flat great technical turns and hills
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Latitude
52.18572083717691
Longitude
-106.60849571228027
Trail Directions
West of sewage plant. Go down Spadina all the way until you see the plant park and go
Trail Length
5 miles
Trail Level
Advanced
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Saskatoon
Web Address
   


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Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

Review Date
August 2, 2005

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 4 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: Fr4ggleDuDe ,  Cross Country Rider

Summary:
I learned about this trail from this site. I chose the long weekend to head down to the far north end of town just to the east side of the sewage plant to check this place out. Of course i took the Meewasin bike trails all along the river to get there. After a good long ride i finally rode up on this small clearing with 5 or 6 nice dj's that are hard packed and jumpable but could still use some work. another 5 minutes north of that was the wooden ramps and log skids. Someone definitely spent a lot of their time in that area building that stuff. All the wooden ramps are in great shape but the water damage and erosion from bikers is taking its toll on the trail. This is where it gets real mucky and tree roots protrude every which direction and it winds around hard obstacles. Not recommended for anyone who is not set up for the tuffest of tracks. I will have to upgrade my own bike just to manouver efficiently and comfortably in that ghetto trail.
After all is said and done, the trail from Circle drive bridge and just beyond the wooden lifts and platforms is the best trail ive ridden since i came out here. And i didnt have to steer round any blue hairs walking their doggies while i was out there. Thanks to the fellas who spent the time building a great bike park!

Recommended Route:
I am new to biking Saskatoon so im still exploring all the crosscountry trails that are offered. Ive already picked my favorite trail (underneath Broadway bridge to University bridge on the east side of the river) but decidedly changed my mind after discovering the path heading north after Circle drive bridge on the west side of the river. It winds and bends and there are some nice ups and downs and technical spots with all types of path textures. It was such a blast to ride i didnt even want to stop to take pictures! Stick to the lower paths closest to the river...they are by far the most challenging.



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Review Date
May 22, 2005

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 4 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: pirate hooker ,  Downhiller

Summary:
not very many people know aobut it, i dont want anyone to know about it but people are gona come anyways. started last year and there was 4 main guys that devoted like over 150 hours ther...back wen we had a permit to build, we soon lost it, i dont know why. all those guys were dedicated building jumps right after they got off of work, now they are doing ther own thing. last winter (2004/5) the city built a pipe line which deystroyed some of our goodies that included 4 tables and 4 doubles. the jumps range in size of 8-20 footers including different sized drops, there are wooden stunts. there are about 30 launchers with nice steep trannies, 15 good doubles, 3 huge tabletops, some shore and ladder drops. you need to search out before judging this spot or have a guide that knows were they all are because alot of the stunts are at the treeline or in the foresty area so the city workers cant get ther grubby hands on it, but i doubt they'll waste ther time to deystroy bike jumps. these jumps need buffereing up, but im on it so itll be good in no time, i already rebuilt some stunts. this summer u can expect to see me there almost everyday. now since the city build a pipeline more of the stunts are wide open. i am currently the only rider building dj's down there...help would be nice. i am positive it has the most potential and probably the best freeride place in saskatchewan, hands down. suicide hill is not insanelt huge but i think this is the place to be if you like downhill dj's and nice flowy lines with step downs and awesom berms. if ur down there pick up a shovel and build jumps eh, since som of these jumps are half built.

Recommended Route:
drive till the end of adilman drive going east, at the end of adilman drive there is a culdesac and u just header down to the river, were u will see a steep hill with jumps.



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