MULTIPLE ORGASM - TRAIL

MULTIPLE ORGASM - Trail, Ottawa, Quebec

GREAT ECHNICAL SECTION, SOME GOOD DROP OFFS, LOTS OF ROOTS AND ROCKS.

User Reviews (17)

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bigbigdog6   Cross Country Rider [Oct 14, 2008]

Highly technical trail with difficult descends and ascends. It loops into other trails, giving you a great 2-3 hour ride if you want. All the but up stuff has been taken down (Whale Trail), but the natural terrain still makes ita difficult, but fun trail.

Similar Products Used: Foreplay/Power line
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5
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4
DirtDog   [Oct 18, 1999]

As Phat boy mentioned, there is more than one possible route when you cross the little creek - you're at the powerline junction. At the junction (and this side of the "creek" - more like a ditch), there's a trail to the immediate left known as the "powerline" that takes you out to Cross Loop road. If you go straight, you'll do Multiple and eventually come to the culverts - go under the highway and you've got a load of other options - Ojai, Larrimac, "Macaroni", ZigZag and a new "test piece", "The Median". BTW, Foreplay is a blast.

And....what happened to all the other reviews?

Customer Service

as above

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5
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Dave Macki   [Dec 18, 1999]

This trail is really coming along. I met some guys putting a sky bridge across the big drop "Floyd". They got me so pumped I put a
teeter totter on a log towards the end of the trail by the highway. I want to put some more stunts on the trail in the early spring. The trail is a lot of fun to begin with but with the new work on it it should be a hoot!

Customer Service

Start in from the O'Brien beach parking lot

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5
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DirtDog   [Dec 29, 1999]

Dave....

Yes, it's getting interesting now. I'm happy to let the young'uns do all the back-breaking work while my buddies and I get out there and test the new problems! Looking forward to the teeter-totter come spring.

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5
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Missle   [Jul 04, 2000]

Man, was I friggin' misled by the all hype over this trail. I can't believe that this trail has an average rating of 4.0. I would consider this trail very technical if I was a beaver looking for wood and a swamp. First of all, it's not even a biking trail, this becomes obvious the second you get into the woods. OOOH a swamp! OOOH as big ass log! OOOH, a NO BIKING sign! The old mill is about the coolest thing out there, a nice place to bring the woman, but a shitty place to bring the bike. I know which one I'm bringing next time.
If you're looking for good riding around Ottawa check out Kanata for technical and Fortune for hills.

Similar Products Used: Camp Fortune, park at the ski hill and ride from there, almost everything is good!
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1
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Canride   [Jul 08, 2000]

once you have gotten to the fork where Powerline MO and Foreplay intersect the trail decends into a long singe track of gnarly drops switchbacks and technical decents. The trail is under going a few face lifts with some man made stuff and I am building a trail just off to the left of the culverts (when heading north)packed with a bunch of drop-offs and man made ladders etc... Who ever posted the swamp description below is half right the trail does get a bit muddy after a month of rain and can be difficult for obvious amitures like him to manouver, I doubt he even made it to MO the rest of the description does not match.

Customer Service

Find some one to take you there are to many trails and diffrent ways to get there that any explaination would just get you lost. my favroite way to get there is through Foreplay.

Similar Products Used: Bring bug repellent, any roomers about Ontario's bugs you may have heard are true they pick up small children and dogs.
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4
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FritzMan   [Jul 19, 2000]

After the weather we've had, I'm not surprised the trails were as muddy as they were. In the partial defence of the swamp guy, we rode Powerline, as MO was inaccessible due to a brigde being completely underwater (just after the beaver dam). The mud is heavy in places, but still ridable. Don't know the area well enough to see if Foreplay would get us over to MO from the south (will find out next week). However if MO is like Powerline then the riding should be really nice. Powerline is much like the Fortune XC course (downhill section) but quite a bit longer. This trail could even get a five if/when it ever dries out.

Customer Service

Same instructions as a couple posting below, except we took the second right after crossing lake Meech (more like crossing a small cove than the lake).

Similar Products Used: Continue on the Canada Trail until the 'T' junction, the Fortune XC course, Lake Phillipe circuit if it dries out (currently much worse than Powerline).
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4
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Munster   [Aug 12, 2000]

A big thanks to Canride for showing me this trail. "Missle" below didn't really ride MO, just the trail leading up to it, which is really muddy and did discourage me from riding to MO. Foreplay is a much better way to get to MO and is enough of a challenge to be done by itself as an out-and-back.
The bridge over the beaver pond still needs some work (half of it is submerged, but it is rideable), but at least it has been completed.
In the Ottawa area this is the most technical trail I've come across. Steep, rocky/rooty descents and climbs, a few man made bridges. I foresee Canride's new trail being even better: dropoff's, teet-totters, ladders, bridges are all in the works. If you're bored of "the Gravel Highway" that comprises most of Gatineau Park, this is the place to go.

Customer Service

Get someone to show you where Foreplay meets the Fortune Parkway since it's not marked. There's a parking lot near there to park at. Do Foreplay, then the MO loop and then head back the other way on Foreplay.

Similar Products Used: Foreplay, Camp Fortune DH
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5
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FritzMan   [Aug 16, 2000]

Finally rode MO. The submerged bridge is really quite easy to cross/ride. MO is quite technical, but not impossible, excellent trail to tweak bike skills. The scariest part of the trail was a 60 year nude guy ragging at me about riding a hiking trail (like nudity is legal to?). While possibly pathetic to the North Shore guy who posted below, its some of the best we've got and it'ss really not that bad. Due to the fairly high ground and dryness over the past week, mud was really not an issue. Also rode Kanata for the first time this past weekend and MO is somewhat similar. My impressions are that Kanta has longer and maybe more technical decents, but MO definitely has more technical content per given distance. We rode MO to 105 then looped north to take Powerline home.

Customer Service

Interested in trying the Foreplay link to the highway as per the previous posting (rather than taking the Canada trail via the ruins)

Similar Products Used: Fortune XC, Kanata
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4
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Woody   [Sep 04, 2000]

Nice warm up before Sunset series races. Multiple is a sweet ride. Something to get you ready for the new trail that is being built to the left of the culverts. The new trail is called The Wale and was founded by the Ottawa Cycle Messangers. Canride don't take credit for something you didn't create. You may have made a sweet bridge drop but the rest of the trail is built by the Messanger and you have to give props where props are due. One last word to the guy from the north shore. If you ride The Wale your going to be wettin your pants. The Wale is setting a new level for hard core biking.

Similar Products Used: The Wale, Power line, Catch 22
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3
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