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Sandwash (freeride heaven)

Average Rating:    (4 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

since its mostly dirtbikers in here its very wide and a lot of bermed turns some single track,there are a lot of good oppurtunities for air especaily if you have a downhill bike many table top type jumps lots of places where you go like 35 mph and then hit a 3 foot bermed turn,for downhillers and freeriders this place rocks,its realy rocky fast and has jumps and theres no one there.if anyone has any questions email me at
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Trail Directions
when on 5 going torward leroy its on cedar street take a right and go to dewitt park on left hand side,park at parking lot and go over railroad tracks youl see a bridge over rd just see a trailhead on the right of bridge,33 is a block away from the park and its only 35 miles from rochester
Trail Length
3 miles
Trail Level
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads

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Review Date
May 23, 2001

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: heshy , from rochester,ny

very rocky great for full suspension,ive never seen a mt biker in here besides myself,great bermed turns for slalom and downhill practice some jumps but you need a lot of speed for them great place to build jumps,but like I said no one rides mt bikes in here all dirt bikers.

Recommended Route:
just ride it all is in a circle around the few ponds,best when entered off cedar street which is right off route 5 right before the eastown plaza right in batavia

Other recommended trails in the same area:
he best freeride action go to tryon in rochester,skytop is even better but a bit far in the cuse,all you downhillers get the word out that freeriding is alive and well in wny

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