Extreme Deer - Trail, Windsor, Ontario

Extreme Deer - Trail, Windsor, Ontario

DESCRIPTION

Fairly advanced...with some technical sections Features include: A jump over a fence; A large banked turn; Tree jumps; Drop-offs ranging from 1-4' high!; also, some fun whoopdies, and a table-top jump! (options are available around all tricky elements)

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 13, 2000]
Aaron

This trail is totally cool! I love it! The greatest thing about it is that it is constantly expanding and gettting better and better! It has it's own sort of style; a mix of technical elements, with speed areas, a monster of a bank turn, and wicked drops! I recomend this for intermediate-advanced riders mainly! Though options are available if you think you might bail in the tricky sections!

Customer Service

Same as descriptions directions...

Similar Products Used:

Brunet Park Trails kick A_s!

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[Apr 13, 2000]
Jon

read the other thread

Customer Service

hmmmmmmmm two discriptions for the same trail, fun.................

Similar Products Used:

brunette, morton, amherstburg

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5
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[Apr 13, 2000]
Radical Biker Dude

This trail rocks! Partly because I was one of the main architects but it is one of the best trails in essex county for sure!

Customer Service

FROM TODD LANE!

Similar Products Used:

Brunet Park, Morton

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5
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[Apr 13, 2000]
Jon

http://www.mtbreview.com/trails/Canada-Ontario/ExtremeDeerRun.html

Similar Products Used:

brunette, morton, amherstburg

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5
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[Apr 14, 2000]
Tom

through my limited experience I have found this trail most rewarding.. look for the giant drop off into a pit, its prety intersting ;)
Any kind of rider can ride this trail, if you dont wanna do the jumps there are ways around them, hey if i can ride it anyone can =)

Similar Products Used:

morton, brunnet park

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5
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[May 20, 2000]
Richard

I think this trail is alright. Nothing that is two challenging. I got through the whole trail first try with ease. The drops are a descend size but nothing to be scared about. At the back there are some descent jumps for mountain bikes as well as bmx. It could use some work to make it more challenging but over all it's good for everyone. I haven't heard this trail called Extreme Deer but I have heard it called Seven Hills.

Customer Service

If you wannt to do it the easy way do it the way it's described in the description. If you want a challenge try to do the trail backwards. The drops make it challenging for trials.

Similar Products Used:

Morton terminal, Brunet, Two creeks(wheatly)

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3
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[May 25, 2001]
NORCO

This trail is lot's of fun includes triky sections and drops ranging from 1-4'. Not alot of fun if your a big time rider but it keeps the weekend warrior on his toes. The only bad thing is that when it rains it gets really wet and you can't ride and take some of the drops unless you want to go for a very large swim in the mud.

Customer Service

At Huron line and Grand-Maris intersection go down towards the opposite way of the brige and there will be a path right beside a underpass take this and follow it. You will go by a hill and park and then keep following the dditch on your left which turns into Turkey creek. Keep going all the way untl the path winds and you can see house's in front of you on your right there will be a path take this and have fun!

Similar Products Used:

Brunnete park

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5
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[Jun 20, 2002]
Trevor Tovell

Right now the trail is under some construction, with a new log ride that'a going to turn out pretty cool. There are about 3 drops, they range from 2 feet to 4 feet. The trail is pretty much covered under water in the earlier part of the year and partway through the summer. There are also a couple of stunts that are not very well built but provide some very small North Shore fun. I would recomend this trail to anybody, it's not very hard and you can go around any of the stunt's if you can't ride them.


Customer Service

Just before Huron Line there's a path that go's under the road and comes out the other side. Take this and proceed down this trail until you come to a stone path, along Turkey creek the entrance is at the end of the path.

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2
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