Thread started by Alfredo
at 04.30.11 - 12:43 pm
So i've been trying to find some decent "singletracks" in the city, just a specific route of cement that has certain obstacle, etc.
Do any of you practice this? If so, do you have any recommendations?
USC @ night is really really fun. They have some grassy little hills (the adorable kind) if you hit em right from the right angle, you're golden. Aside from that, I do parking structures... I used to do Griffith, but I'm lazy and hate going up there for a single run..
SO YEAH, any recs?
Yeah man... here ya go. Here's a couple of helmet-cam pov's of an awesome singletrack in Kenneth Hahn state park (a rural enclave off La Cienega one ramp south of Rodeo in mid-city).
You get to it by entering the park from La Cienega, parking at first left-hand opportunity and hiking/pushing your rig up to top of the ridge on your left.
There's berms ALL OVER the place, and In the words of mongooseman310 on youtube... "...got a few drops one 12-15 ft a 6-8 ft and a 4-6 ft on deck too a big hipper 3 nice doubles"
Here's a google maps of the location:
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05.1.11 - 8:10 am