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Devils Glen - Tig Lin Wicklow

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Mainly straight run with good corners. With 2 ways to run trail.
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Trail Directions
Take the N11 from Dublin City going through Stillorgan. Make your way to Wicklow Town. There is a sign for Glendalough - follow that until you see a sign for Tig Lin and its a small turn off which leads to a car park where the trial begins - theres a horse riding school called Devils Glen beside it.
Trail Length
3 to 4 miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
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Review Date
June 29, 1999

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: GC , from Dublin - Ireland

If your looking for a comfortable ride where you can go crazy - this ones for you!. There are sometimes walkers on the path but you have a good view of the path ahead so theres never any problems. Some of the corners will have you holding on for life as the drop is nasty. The first time you ride the trail you should just take it easy and then when you have seen the course then open up.

Recommended Route:
The trail begins at the car park where you can start on a uphill run which after a few minutes will give you the full downhill run of the trail. If you choose the downhill run you will have to take a sharp left at the bottom and then begin a hard uphill which will level out after a while.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
There is also the Sugar Loaf - a small mountain, which is impossible to cycle up but is scary coming down, you can pick up to 40 mph and if you loose it on the peek you will be picking stones out of your face! The last bit of the run is on soft turf and thats where the speed really picks up.

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