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Go21  

Kiwarrak State ForestLast Update: 21/6/2014
Some trail names are made up, if there is a different name please let us know.

Video Uploaded: 4/5/2014

Difficulty - Easy - Intermediate - Advanced - A & B Lines
Slope - Moderate
Space - Tight - Extreme Caution
Surface - Dirt - Loose rocks on dirt - Roots - Rutted - Wood
Trail type - Single track

Notes:

Go21 was a lucky find.  Lost and trying to make my way back to Tinonee Rd I ended up climbing Go21 and I'm glad I did.

Go21 is the perfect beginners DH run.  Not too steep and with plenty of time to line up the North Shore jumps, Go21 is the best beginner jump track I've ever ridden.

As mentioned it's not very steep, riding back up the trail is very easy, probably ridable on a DH bike, but it's also serviced by Red Hill Rd (fire trail) just to the side of the trail.

Go21 requires pedalling and some careful navigation through the trees, there are plenty of A-B lines plus a few alternate routes not to mention links between the Go22 trail.  I found riding up the trail first was a good way of scoping the route I wanted to take.  Not that it stopped me from taking the wrong turn at the same intersection twice (as seen in the video).

The jumps on Go21 are pretty straight forward but there were a couple a little worse for wear (hence why I say it's good to scope the trail).  There is a pretty reasonable banked left hand timber berm and a very large (5ft high, 15ft long) table top that I didn't even consider going up.

I really enjoyed my run on Go21, I would have gone for a second but for being on my own, 3.5 hours from home and really not wanting to break a collarbone being a hero on a 1ft jump :).

I'll definitely ride it again next time.

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