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the burlington area urban assault run

Average Rating:    (4.43 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 7

If you are riding with us.....the trails are sick and evil....otherwise there is a pretty bike path that goes along the lakefront for your dose of "human singletrack"........even more extreme than following us!!!
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Latitude
44.475808472534595
Longitude
-73.19847106933594
Trail Directions
park wherever ride in whatever direction you want!!...unless you are with us then.....FOLLOW! plenty of woods to mix it up with city rippin!!! E-mail me so this summer perhaps a tour?
Trail Length
usually about 20 miles
Trail Level
Extreme
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Burlington
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Review Date
June 26, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Paul , from VERMONT

Summary:
Start at UVM and play around there on some sick drops and stairs. Find the mystical line where ones airs a 8,6,8,5, and then a little three at the end. Then, start going downhill towards the waterfront, checking out sick drops and stair gaps the whole way down. When you get to the waterfront, be sure too bomb the big double set at the old train station. Watch out for the pillars, though!

Recommended Route:
Start at UVM and then work your way down to the waterfront.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
We are going to be filming soon, so email me



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Review Date
February 10, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: I-MAN , from WHERE IT SINKS VT

Summary:
AWSOME

Recommended Route:
START ON BATTERY PARK FOUNTAIN AND WORK YOUR WAY DOWN THE STEPS. GO TO KING STREET FERRY DOCKS AND SEE IF YOU CAN RIDE THE MARBLE ROCKS AROUND THE PARK. SPIN YOUR LEGS DOWN THE PATH TO OAKLEDGE PARK. SICK DROPS, SWIMMING, PLENTY OF EYE CANDY. WHEN YOU'RE DONE THERE, GO TO JIM'S WOODS -- BACK PARKING LOT, LEFT CORNER. YOU CAN FINISH YOUR DAY THERE. KEEP IT SSORE

Other recommended trails in the same area:
CAMP JONHSON,ETHEN ALLEN PARK,BURL.H.S.



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Review Date
May 9, 2002

Overall Rating
 1 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: big joe

Summary:
Well, Burlington has a nice huff and puff hill up to the campus, but as for free-riding around UVM, c'mon, get a life, there's gotta be better things to do in this life. Want some fun? Go to a real city and "freeride" some real concrete.

Recommended Route:
"urban assault" in a real city



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DriveByBikeShooting (03/13/2009)
hay man thats not nice
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Review Date
April 24, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Spookman , from Burlington/Montpelier/Jericho....VT all over!!

Summary:
The UVM campus has some greeeat drops, walls, jumps, frnces, stairs and all other obstacles to hop, bounce over. Check out the stairs leading to the tunnel...suck up your balls and huck yourself off the stairs that lead to it...i suggest a downhill bike and pads (concrete is not forgiving) :) 20 stairs to the landing, then another 20 to the bottom..hehe makes for a quite impressive stunt. Pedal your self over to the bookstore from there and drop the retaining walls out back, then head over to Billings for soem more concrete to hurt yourself on. Head across the road and go down to Champlain's campus-they have plenty of nice stairs and walls to jump down. Head down to church street after that(make sure its later in the day thoguh...cops don't like bikes on church street when its crowded) Hop on some of the rocks and fountains down there...then head to the waterfront...gap the steps on upper battery street, hop on the rocks at perkins peir(just don't fall in the lake....hehe) finihs it all off with a short ride to Oakledge Park....duck into the woods behind the dumpster to find some sick log bridges and sweet rock drops!! Oh yeah...ENJOY!!

Recommended Route:
Groovey-UV (UVM Campus....) down to Champlain College, then down to the waterfront via main street..hehe

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Jims Woods! ECNS!! (East Coast North Shore!)



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Review Date
October 15, 2000

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: FRANCACIO , from BURL.VT

Summary:
WE RIDE ALMOST EVERY DAY ON SOME SECTIONS OF THE LOCALS DROPS,STAIRS,TRAILS AND CURBJUMPS.TRY TO CLEAR SOME RECYCLING BINS! UVM HAS AMAZING STUFF IF YOU DON'T RIDE INTO PEOPLE.IF YOUR FEELING LIKE A LITLE BMX AIR,ASK A LOCAL FOR THE DIRT JUMPS.JIMS WOODS ARE
GREAT IF YOUR INTO TECH+AIR.NOTHING HUGE BUT CLEANING SOME SECTIONS CAN TAX THE BEST OF US.

Recommended Route:
LIKE THEY SAID,PARK AT THE RACK(YOU GOTTA BUY SOMETHING) AND RIP UP THE TOWN,BUT PLEASE DON'T SCARE ANYMORE LITTLE OLD LADIES.DURING THE WEEKDAYS ADD SKATE
PARK TIME

Other recommended trails in the same area:
PEOPLE NEED TO CHECK OUT WHAT THIS AREA HAS TO OFFER,



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