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Higher Whitemoor Farm - Specialised Series Venue

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No. of Reviews: 1

There are a few alternatives. Singletrack, very technical top section with steep drops off rocks over rocks and roots. Opens out onto wider track with speed jumps, floaty jumps into berm then more fast drops into woods with tight turns, more drops and a ski jump drop to finish.
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Latitude
53.147593977922504
Longitude
-2.176666259765625
Trail Directions
Heading towards Biddulph on the A527 from Congleton, farm is on right, turning under a narrow tunnel/bridge. Follow track to last farm. See farmer about charge for riding. Couple quid i think. Only been there for organised races so far.
Trail Length
miles
Trail Level
Advanced
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Congleton
   


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Review Date
April 21, 2000

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Tone , from The North

Summary:
New course for Specialised series. Raced it last weekend. Very technical top section with big rock sections (like, 3 in 5 riders crashing).
Good singletrack rocky/rooty sections with some scope for chicken runs but still challenging. Runs across the hill side rather than straight down so a bit pedally. Opens out into jumps and drops. Tight steep hairpin bends. Good fun track. Give it 4 stars. Wish it was longer but good to practice your skills on. And you park the car half way up the course so you can stop for a brew on the way back up!!

Recommended Route:
Two runs from the start. Either straight on along the dry stone wall or turn right over rocks through wall.



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