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Pipeline Feeder Track (Single track and Wakehurst Parkway crossing)   (393m)

Forest PipelineLast Update: 6/11/2013
Some trail names are made up, if there is a different name please let us know.

Video Uploaded: 26/5/2013

Difficulty - Easy - Advanced - A & B Lines
Slope - Flat - Undulating
Space - Tight
Surface - Concrete - Dirt - Eternal Puddles - Gravel - Heavy leaf and branch litter - Loose rocks on dirt - Rock - Roots - Rutted
Trail type - Bike Path - Single track


The Pipeline Feeder Track is a section of single trail that runs off the main Forest Pipeline track about 15m short of the Wakehurst Parkway and heads up to the footbridge path near the Warringah Aquatic Centre and then continues on the east side eventually popping out on the Wakehurst Parkway just short of the Warringah Rd intersection.

In this video we have ridden up and over the footbridge toward Bantry Bay Rd, however we have also tacked onto the end of the video the section running from the Aquatic Centre side of the footbridge toward Warringah Rd.

The trail fairies have built some nice features on this short but fun section of single track.  While the trail is generally straight it does have a few small twists and turns, as well as a number of steps and jumps, including one rather large gap jump about half way along. 

If you are riding from the footbridge down I recommend TAKING IT EASY until you learn the trail or you could really do some damage to yourself and your bike if you fail to clear the gap jump.

There is a short steep climb up to the Warringah Aquatic Centre path.  To continue riding the Forest Pipeline Track take a left over the footbridge.  If you have a couple of minutes to spare then continue along the single track and then double back.

The footbridge crosses the Wakehurst Parkway and after a short pedal along the shared path the section ends at Bantry Bay Rd.  Turn left to pick up the Pipeline a couple of hundred metres down the road.

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