Difficulty 4/6

Now things are getting spicy, even for highly experienced riders.

Difficulty Rating by Bike Size

  • Double Black Diamond (Expert) for Large Adventure Bikes (1000 cc+ Bikes)
  • Black Diamond (Advanced) for Mid-Sized Adventure Bikes (Tenere 700, KTM 790)
  • Blue Square (Intermediate) for Large Enduro Bikes (KTM 670, Husky 701) and Street Legal Enduro Bikes (350 cc to 500 cc)

Becker Mountain “Salsa Shark”

[Duration: ~3 Hours]

Difficulty 4/6

This route can start from Noble Canyon or Hartnell Road. The featured segment in the middle is some really nice single track that contains some “features”.

This route is beyond the reach of novice enduro riders on their “Little” bikes as some of the climbs include sizeable roots and rocks.

ADV riders looking at this route need to know what they are doing when things get a little twisty, bumpy, and moderately steep on a single track.

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Bardolph Mountain “Loaded Diaper”

[Duration: ~3 Hours]

Difficulty 4/6

The trails around Bardolph are impressive, and a lot of them are not well suited to ADV bikes. Some, however, are pretty stellar for these big monsters!

Loaded Diaper starts off on ASDF (Difficulty 3/6) and takes a hard turn into some rather tight single-track. Be prepared for skinny trails, small roots, small log crossings, Teams of 3+ are suggested if you are riding a big bike as there is a log that needs carefully addressed.

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Becker Mountain “Olaf Berserker”

[Duration: ~3 Hours]

Difficulty 4/6

Hartnell Road, down some old mountain biking routes, lower flow trail, connector, upper flow trail, angry root descent, and back down Hartnell Road.

This is not a long distance route, but it is a rather tricky one.

Be prepared for skinny trails, roots, small logs, and some likely man-hauling of bigger bikes. Teams of 3+ are suggested.

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