singletrack


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singletrack

(ˈsɪŋɡəlˌtræk)
n
(Cycle Racing) an off-road trail used by cyclists, wide enough for only one bicycle at a time
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Club bosses applied the council to be allowed to continue using the singletrack road for the next two years.
Fitter riders with a bit more experience can try the 8km blue route, which includes plenty of swooping flowing singletrack and the occasional jump.
It is believed the tractor's left wheel went through a hedge and fencing on one side of the singletrack road and the tractor toppled over the edge.
Nant yr Arian is home to some of the most spectacular mountain biking in the UK and offers three challenging trails - the original 16km Summit Trail with swooping singletrack and steep climbs; the 9km Pendam Trail presenting more flowing single track; and the new addition, the 35km Continental Tyres Syfydrin Trail.
Since then, have you longingly eyed those fat-tired steeds affectionately known as mountain bikes gliding over everything from potholed pavement to Balboa Park bike paths to singletrack Santa Monica Mountains trails?
The main course is a challenging classic New England mountain bike course with lots of singletrack.
Off of the Bell Rock Pathway, intermediate bikers can pick up the Templeton/Baldwin loop, which is a 10 mile singletrack with spectacular Sedona views.
Users can also post their own thoughts, experiences and recommendations including scenic overlooks, wildlife spotted, great fishing holes, epic singletrack, favorite trails.
For now, it feels as though I have all 10 miles of singletrack to myself.
Wales has two mountain bike centres shortlisted for awards by Singletrack magazine.
The island's scenic singletrack railway is a delightful way to discover the interior.
William ``Chipps'' Chippendale, editor of Singletrack mountain-biking magazine, said, ``Coed-y-Brenin used to be a poky forest in the middle of nowhere.