A Hobby Site By An Over-The-Hill Average Mountain Biker

The Woodlot - Krazy Karpenter



CAUTION: The trails are challenging and difficult and your use of them is at your own risk. You will find some sections of trail too difficult to ride. Please walk these sections to prevent injury to yourself. To prevent erosion, DO NOT walk off the trail or cut new sections. DO NOT alter the trails in any way.

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The Krazy Karpenter has an unambiguous start. Before you enter the trees you will ride through a piece of singletrack has been newly cut through the bush. Once you get past this section you'll be riding some great singletrack till you reach the stunt zone. The first one is a long log. There is a ramp leading up it and then about a 60 foot ride down the top of it. In the middle you'll encounter a ladder bridge connecting it to the rest of the log. As you continue on you reach a neat little stunt. A ladder bridge going into an old trunk and out the other side (this one's good for newbies). After this one is a sky bridge. Up you go, across and then down. A neat looking structure. As you continue sown the trail, it gets a bit steeper but not to nasty. When you come out of this section you come across another log but this one has a teeter totter in the middle of it, and a 2 foot wheelie drop at the far end. So you've cleared this section and onto the 6 inch wide plank (makes for good practice). Now off you go to the signature stunt on the trail. It's a must see! Okay the ladder bridge goes up one side of an old stump, then around the top, down the other side and finally through it. It's wild! After this one comes another log to ride and into a steep section. Ass of the seat and steer the bike clear of hazards. At the bottom of the steep is plank ride unto a ladder bridge that ends a 5 foot wheelie drop. Another steep section and onto a small ladder bridge. Next is a boulder to get up on and down part of it onto a ladder bridge with a short drop down of the end. I know I've missed a few other stunts on the trail but promise to get up a more detailed description as soon as I can. I hope you get a good idea what this trail is about.