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Southern California Trails

  • Widowmaker Loop - #WidowmakerLoop

    Socal - San Bernardino County - Forest Falls NickNames: #WidowmakerLoop

    Get on the I-10 east exit at university turn left(under the highway)you will go through two stop signs at the light turn right(east)you are now on lugonia after about 9 miles lugonia turns into hwy 38 take hwy 38 until you get to the Forest Falls exit. The rest is a secret know matter how hard you look you will not find this loop. You will have to ask one of the locals or me(only 6-7 people know of this trail)if you see me riding around on my Red Cannondale f500 ask me where it is i might tell you after I swear you to secrecy.

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    • Trail UpdateYou're Dumb-The fastest way to ruin a trail and get it shut down is to tell people about it or post it on the web. I'd be interested to see just how long it takes for this trail to become heavily used, rutted out, and worthless. You fools will never learn.


    • Trail UpdateDo You Speak English?-Keep off private property, fool. You're gonna blow it for everybody else. And when you do trespass don't compound your stupidity by posting your accomplishments on the web.


    • Trail UpdateWiddow Maker Loop-this trail is a mix of black top, single track, and fireroad. some of it is on private property so please do not look to hard or you may lead to trail closure. The loop varies in length from 6-10 miles. their are some good hills and some semi technical decents their is also some branching trails some are super technical and others are relativly easy. Warning if you are shown these trails you cannot tell a soul most of the trails are on private property and if they are overused then they may be closed.
      Ride rating: Intermediate
      Ride distance: 6-10 miles Elevation change: 2,000
      Singletrack=45% Dirt Road=25% Paved Path=30%
      Maddogg a 17 year old Racer riding a Red 1999 Cannondale f500 from Forest Falls


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