Martins Sugar Bush (Lindsay) - Trail, Bobcaygeon, Ontario

Martins Sugar Bush (Lindsay) - Trail, Bobcaygeon, Ontario

DESCRIPTION

Cool obstacles, fast hills and tight singletrack. Continuous being expanded and improved.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 29, 2013]
Dave
Downhiller

Good trail with lots of options. Tight technical single track with a number of man made bridges, jumps etc. I just rode it this weekend (July 2013) and many of the trails were overgrown and difficult to find, but they are there if you look for them.

Customer Service

Park on St Albans Road and use any of the gates that access the NW lot. Trails run counterclockwise.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 01, 2007]
brentamartin
Weekend Warrior

Good trail with technical sections and jumps. A great workout. The cows mentioned in previous reviews have been gone for years. The uninitiated must be cautious or they will surely tumble.

Customer Service

Enter through the gate on the north side of cty rd 8 (across from a pond) just west of St. Alban's rd. Proceed to the trail and follow the blue arrow on the post. Trail runs counter-clockwise and keep your eyes peeled for trail-marker ribbons.

Similar Products Used:

Don't know of any.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[May 31, 2007]
Brent
Weekend Warrior

Trail is hard to find. You have to enter through a gate across the road from a pond. This gate is on the north side of the road just west of St. Alban's rd. Once through the gate you should be able to see the trail ahead (there is also a blue arrow on a post).
Trail is a fun workout. Lots of short steep hills and technical sections.

Customer Service

Head in the direction of the blue arrow and continue on the trail counter-clockwise. Keep your eyes peeled for trail marking tape.

Similar Products Used:

Don't know of any.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Feb 12, 2001]
Brent

Pretty good for a new trail. Fun obstacles, some challenging hills. Small jumps are found around the course.

Customer Service

Follow trail and markers, you can't get lost.

Similar Products Used:

Bethany farms.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
[May 27, 2003]
Brian Mercer

My wife and I rode with the trail designer, builder, maintainer; it was a wet day after a lot of rainfall. WE had a blast! Fun trail, lots of "twisty" stuff in open fields with interlinking forested meadow. Good time, workout and overall fun. We'll be going again this year, this time I'd like to try a few of the stunts that are built. The only precaution is to watch out for "Bessy's" meadow muffins left on the trail. It is an aerobic workout with small rolling hills; in my opinion, a trail for all levels of riders.

Customer Service

Drive to Bobcaygeon then take Hwy#8 to Fenelon Falls. Trail is approx. 2 km outside of town on right. Just passed Twin Bears Farm. Contact Brent, the architect to give you the tour.

Similar Products Used:

Ken Reid Conservation area. Victoria Rail Trail.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 02, 2003]
Aaron

Great single track that is always being modified. Nice combinations of chanllenging climbs and quick decents that keep you moving. I love the technical aspect on the trail with some nice drops and jumps scatter throughout. Make sure you contact Brent he'll help you out.

Customer Service

anyone with no cows on it.

Similar Products Used:

snowmobile trails behind bass lake.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 09, 2003]
Al

I was on the trails on the 8th and 9th of June, 2003. Good combination of wooded and field riding. Perfect for all levels. Quite the aerobic workout. I will certainly be back to ride this one again and again. The entrance off Hwy 8 was more securely closed on Sunday(wire at the base of the gate, in addition to the chain) is there a problem? or is there a prefered entrance to this one?

Similar Products Used:

I am looking for more trails in the area - please help!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 09, 2003]
Taylor

I rode the trail about twenty meters behind Al (the guy reviewing the trail eariler today) and gained a perfect perspective on a couple of classic tumbles. Lots of open field and closed woods making the best use of a forty foot elevation I've ever seen.
Tip of the day - Avoid the new, wet cow patties. They tend to spray.

Customer Service

Follow the orange ribbons.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
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