Last updated 1/10/2007
This is a real trail system where we play maze
games, practice techniques, or just ride.
We finally have a real map of the Maze - or at least
half of it.
The remainder last updated
1/28/2005. This part will stay this way as it is now historic.
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ THIS!
To maintain the integrity of the maze, we ask that you
follow the following quidelines.
1. Ride only on the trails. DO NOT RIDE
2. Treat the trails like railroad tracks.
i.e. don't turn on the 90s or crossings. Don't go the wrong way
3. If you make a track outside of the trail,
go back and clean it up.
4. Some of the sections may be way beyond your
ability. If you need to you may CARRY you bike to another
There are many trials sections. If you find a section to
work up to it with easier sections. Don't modify sections that
intended to be difficult.
5. Please do not publish the directions to the
maze on the web. If you don't know how to get there, contact me
6. If you bring someone new to the maze, please
explain these guidelines to them.
"The Maze" has existed for over 20 years and is currently in very
good condition. Please help us keep it that way.
There are four loops within The Maze that are marked with small
plastic markers. Some of the the markers are currently
we'll try to get them replaced. The markers are before
on the side to turn toward. We like to run the loops as a time
with the emphasis on making a clean run. For each dab (foot
on the ground) add 15 seconds to your time. If your wheel goes
the edge of the trail, it counts as 5 dabs (75 seconds).
||< 10 min. clean
||~23 min. clean
||try to clean it
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Photos at the Maze
Yes, those are all trails.
Click on the map for a larger view.
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be published in any form without written permission.