On Sunday Jan 3rd, Tony, Kim and I from the Mtnbikeriders team along with a bunch of friends headed out to shuttle the San Juan Trail because Tony is allergic to pedaling up-hill.
Not really, Tony actually wants to ride up, but I always say I’d rather shuttle it twice than ride up and down!
The San Juan trail is one of the highlights of So Cal mountain biking and a key feature of the Clevland National Forest. The trail has a ton of fast singletrack, a little bit of exposure, rocky sections and just about everything you could want in a trail ride.
It’s a great trail for a 5″ trail bike or a 6″ all mountain bike. Check out the map on Geoladders. Also to add a few more miles of pedaling, we add in the Viejo tie, which is the upper loop on this Geoladder map.
I brought along the Vholdr Contour HD 1080p helmet camera and it was pretty awesome! I recorded with the settings at 720p and 60 frames per second.