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The Jackalope Conspiracy

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The Jackalope (Lepus-temperamentalus) is one of the rarest animals in the world. A cross between a now extinct pygmy-deer and a species of killer-rabbit, they are extremely shy unless approached. First discovered in the 1700's upon colonization of the region. These humble little characters have been spotted occationally in this district and are growing in numbers. This trail however runs directly threw the The Weasel Redemption and follows into the bowels of the Black Forest or homeland of the Jackalope. Shin guards and a jock are required for trail riding for they are capable of ripping flesh from your bones with their mighty racks. Also come equipped with at least a .357 Magnum, one shot should penitrate their thick skulls. As for the extremists it is written that you can extract the Jackalope's milk as it sleeps belly up at night. The milk is belived to be medicinal and can be used to treat a variety of afflictions. The truth is these creatures are aggressive and unpredictable, and should not be provoked for any reason!
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Trail Directions
For-scorn and 18 paces west of Jim's feed shack is the old wishin well, you'll need the red circular bone crusher to gain access into this classified zone. Fred Gackle wil guide you the rest of the way blind folded to unit 3 block 67.
Trail Length
34 miles in a perfect circle
Trail Level
Trail Type
Black Forest

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Review Date
July 31, 2017

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 5 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Bobby Jingles ,  Racer

Very good trail, quite extreme for the ametuer but I recommend it. The path is scenic and rugged at parts and is thrilling; especially on the downward slopes. I recommend a Diamondback bike for this track with a good saddle because the track can be bumpy at times. 5 out of 5 stars.

Recommended Route:
Up the hill, round the intersection, cross the lights at the third junction.

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