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Fight Club is a segmented trail that starts with a high-speed downhill section with medium/large berms on gentle to medium radius’ and is one of the icons of the Guelph Lake region. The high-speed top section empties out onto a hedge-row rock-roll that has jumpable rock lines and roll-around options.
From there the trail flattens out onto a swooping forest section with rollers and a mix of flat and bermed turns that help carry your speed into Andrejs Run, an optional feature section that has small jumps with mellow trajectories that can be approached by beginners or popped by more advanced riders. It then winds up with a final climb leading to the bomb hole featuring 3 drops of increasing diffioculty, some exposed roots and gravel for a last intense push.
Devils Backbone offers a thrilling and enjoyable experience for riders of all skill levels. Whether you're heading up to the dam or cruising back down, this trail is sure to leave you with a good experience.
Highway is an easy trail with minimal elevation that serves as a quick way to go between many of the trails due to its central location. Overall, this is a smooth trail, but there are a couple of easy rocky sections on the eastern end of the trail.
This is a link trail that connects the bottom of Fight Club up to the top of the dam to the Grand Trunk Trail. This trail also has connections to Phoenix, Devils Backbone, Broken Spoke, and the Homestead to Broken Spoke Connector.
South Park is one of the first trails you'll encounter when you enter the Guelph Lake trails from the Victoria Road trailhead. Along-side Mad Hatter and Digg'r. South Park features a shallow incline and several features you can us to practice your skills.
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