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    Sedona loop

    Hey everyone, I'll be test riding a bike in Sedona from over the edge in a couple weeks. Wondering if anyone could recommend a 5-7 mile loop that I could ride twice that would give me a little of everything (technical downhill, climb, etc) so that I could get a good feel for the bike. Thanks!

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    I know this doesn't answer your question but Over the Edge will hook you up with where to ride. Every time I've been in there they have hooked me up. Ride from the shop or drive and ride they have the intel.

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    Pretty much anything but bell rock pathway will give you what you need.




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    Maybe Peccary to Hogwash to Pigtail. Across the street from OTE is Adobe Jack to Jordan up Ant Hill and down Grand Central. Not really technical though. Hiline is tech but longer. You could loop the Hogs with either Broken Arrow or Mr Toads Wild Ride, aka Little Horse

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    The Hogs loop clockwise.
    You will get a little of everything.

    Add pigtail to the mix to get a feel for some jumps !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiketodd View Post
    I know this doesn't answer your question but Over the Edge will hook you up with where to ride. Every time I've been in there they have hooked me up. Ride from the shop or drive and ride they have the intel.
    This.

    Over the edge has tons of knowledge of the trails there. After talking with them and after getting an idea of your level of riding...they will provide you with an excellent loop and map to go with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamtheYeti View Post
    Over the edge has tons of knowledge of the trails there. After talking with them and after getting an idea of your level of riding...they will provide you with an excellent loop and map to go with it
    Hard to argue with local knowledge !

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    You can ride Highline /Baldwin/Templeton but that would be one lap not two. Slim Shady/Templeton you can loop or The Hogs/Broken Arrow as others have said. All of these will give you some Tech climbing and DH, some more difficult than others depending on your skill level.

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