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Nova Scotia - The Gorge - (Kentville) -

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Directions - Take 101 to kentville - exit 13 - Downtown, Go west on main, then you have to take a right, and immediate left on webster because main is one way, you pass a bike shop on your right, stop by, talk shop, then head back on webster to west one main, Bear left on park street, after you pass baseball fields on right take a left (there is some medical building on right - where your ride may end up), go up hill, past condo, park at top..

Description - Some off camber single track, some 1.5 track, roots some rocks, some whoops..  Stunts are in one central location to play on..  Cool stuff, log rides, jumps, hucks, rollers, some high stuff, thats 6' plus, skinny's..   One good thing was the range of ability levels of the constructed ramps, I even rode a few!!!    Overall, the race course loop was short but I hear there is TONS of singletrack, some of which may be abandoned..   Next time I head back, Ill beg a tour from Brian Adams so he can show us the goods..

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