Oregon Super D, Sandy Ridge Course Ride 7

Take a ride down the Sandy Ridge course for the final stage of the North American Enduro Series. This course was built specifically for Super D with a generous grant from the BLM and extensive work by IMBA. Thanks Jason Wells.

Credit: Jaymo
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  • scriz

    8/23/2011 11:05 PM

    Yeah I usually ride up to 338, then down Hide and Seek and back up to do laps on Little Monkey ( the non-IMBA jump trail about 1/3rd up the road ). From that vid it looks like they put steeper lips on the 338 tables, which should make it a lot more fun.

  • vic_likes_bikes

    8/23/2011 7:54 PM

    The new trail "quid Pro Flow" is good, it still needs a little work and some rain to pack it in. should be an interesting Super D the way they are going. I rode it yesterday and there is a decent climb out of the "quid" trail. the race will be won on that climb, who ever can put their head down and hammer it will take it I think. As for communication breakdown it isn't finished yet, They put in a few new trails before that one. The start will be just before the rock drop on the 338 trail. overall it is a pretty fun trail system

  • thebikerofestacada

    8/23/2011 7:22 PM

    that new upper rock section is going to be sketchy on my hardtail lol. im going up on sunday, i cant wait!

  • JimEG

    8/23/2011 6:27 PM

    Great trail! Weird music!

  • Varaxis

    8/23/2011 6:12 PM

    Are you thinking of the start of Hide and Seek? Most videos of Sandy Ridge feature that trail.

    Haven't been here, but other trails include Communication Breakdown, the more advanced 8 mile loop up top, which crosses Rippity-Do-Da into Hide and Seek. There's also "Quid Pro Flow", a fairly new trail that serves as an extension to the 338/jump line.

    It seems a typical route for intermediates is to ride Homestead up, hit the jump line at the top a few times and then ride 338 and Hide and Seek, from reading a few blogs.

  • scriz

    8/23/2011 5:47 PM

    Upper section looks new? Will have to go check it out

  • Varaxis

    8/23/2011 3:47 PM

    Most fun looking video of this awesome trail I've seen yet.