PEEGEE MAN - Trail, North Battleford, Saskatchewan

PEEGEE MAN - Trail, North Battleford, Saskatchewan

DESCRIPTION

The trail is all singletrack through rolling hills and wooded areas while overlooking the river about 85% of the time.Very popular local trail, you will meet someone almost anytime.

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 25, 2009]
Braybray37
Downhiller

Finally found the trail. It's great. Tons of downhill, banks, jumps and drops. Many small trail off the main that have been made by others. Very popular trail, Me and my buddy ran into 3 people on it. The trail offers harder spots but if you don't wanna do them the always have alternate routes right beside it that take you to the same spot.

Customer Service

Just follow the orange flags and go at it.

Similar Products Used:

none

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Oct 29, 2000]
KRAZEE man

I have been riding this trail now for about three years and it rips!It is not real hard it is just fun and this is my ride of choice over anything close to here! A bit of technical abit of speed and climbing, what else could you ask for!

Customer Service

Only one main singletrack the whole way but one of N.B.'s best!

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Whitetail resort is great(you have to like climbing a bit though).PEEGEE PEEGEE PEEGEE PEEGEE PEEGEE!

OVERALL
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4
VALUE
RATING
[Nov 06, 2000]
another PEEGEE builder!

new technical singletrack opening weekly, check it out if you come through town. stop at spoke and pedal bike shop and you will probably find a partner to go along!

Customer Service

to get to the trail you follow the directions concerning the sask hospital.

Similar Products Used:

hill of death!

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Dec 08, 2000]
sven

just ride it.

Customer Service

Starting from town, head down poundmaker trail and go past the bridges, head in to the water treatment plant land, It will be marked by a no tresspassing sign, go there, head east along the river.

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3
VALUE
RATING
[Apr 22, 2001]
little man

there's a few possible routes check them all out and just tear

Customer Service

go in at the buldozed track and take the route right besid the river to the shack then carry on through the new stuff and come back through the higher trail

Similar Products Used:

hill of death and whitetail

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 12, 2001]
Marc deMontigny

The PEEGEE MAN was named what it is because about 4-5 years ago while building the trail. (which is still being built and probly won't ever stop) We found a sign that said PEEGEE MAN on it. We put the sign up in a tree beside a short little down hill. Unlike what otheres have said above, there is Alot more then one trail out there. For about the middle 5 km you can find tons of trails off the side that wind up and down the river valley. The Main trail pretty much connects it all , but all the GOOD stuff is off to the side.(hard to find, without a local) I know cause i made most of it. The original builders were a few guys named Steve, Derick, Lindsey, and I think jay musthave been there. Then Me and 2 guys named Darcy and Vaughn can along and put in a bunch of real technical spots off the side. For FLAT saskatchewan these are pretty good trails. I recomend them to anyone stoping by. But it would be best to stop by Spoke & Pedal on 100th street and get a local to show you around. The shops phone # is 445-BIKE.

Customer Service

the directions above are not bad. If you know ther area there are about 4 or 5 other ways to start off. One of them is a long downhill single track (which is kind of hard to find) but well worth it for a good start to a good trail.

Similar Products Used:

Blue Mountain (Whitetail)

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 12, 2001]
Marc

The PEEGEE MAN was named what it is because about 4-5 years ago while building the trail. (which is still being built and probly won't ever stop) We found a sign that said PEEGEE MAN on it. We put the sign up in a tree beside a short little down hill. Unlike what otheres have said above, there is Alot more then one trail out there. For about the middle 5 km you can find tons of trails off the side that wind up and down the river valley. The Main trail pretty much connects it all , but all the GOOD stuff is off to the side.(hard to find, without a local) I know cause i made most of it. The original builders were a few guys named Steve, Derick, Lindsey, and I think jay musthave been there. Then Me and 2 guys named Darcy and Vaughn can along and put in a bunch of real technical spots off the side. For FLAT saskatchewan these are pretty good trails. I recomend them to anyone stoping by. But it would be best to stop by Spoke & Pedal on 100th street and get a local to show you around. The shops phone # is 445-BIKE.

Customer Service

the directions above are not bad. If you know ther area there are about 4 or 5 other ways to start off. One of them is a long downhill single track (which is kind of hard to find) but well worth it for a good start to a good trail.

Similar Products Used:

Blue Mountain (Whitetail)

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Mar 01, 2002]
KRAZEE man

Same PEEGEE stuff but throw in some drops and bridges and maybe a little body armour......

Customer Service

There is a new upper section of the PEEGEE opening in the spring of 2002.

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Stay posted for this trail it will RIP!!!!!! It will rate at least 4 or 5 scuds!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Apr 19, 2002]
Von

its a purty fly ride but you have to know where you are goin so check in at spoke n pedal n they will give ya tha lo-down

Customer Service

jus' go balls out n the PEEGEE will take you wherever you want it to

Similar Products Used:

just stop in at the shop n get somebody to show you around

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jul 20, 2002]
Sven

L.B. recut this abandoned motocross track about four years ago. The river prevents you from ever getting lost. There is about 250feet of elevation between the river and the field above the trails. The trail makes good use of this by winding back and forth between the two elevations. This is good xc riding in here. No major surprises like drops or obsticals and very few blind corners But it is not so manicured that it comes across as a an XC race course.

Customer Service

Ignore my posting from a year and a half ago about going in by the water treatment plant. The no trespassing sign is still in effect and those routes are so unused that they have grown over and arn't even worth looking at any more. Follow the gravel road down river from the top of Saskatchewan Hospital. When you get to the beginning of a rock wall there is a singletrack dropping off into the woods just before it. Follow that down the bulldozer's swath of destruction and when you hit the double track head east to the PeeGee man sign.

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There has been a trail, currently unnamed, that has been in the process of being cut for the last three years from Sask hospital to the graveyard. It runs parallel to the peegee man but closer to the top. It consists of a long middle section. To keep it hidden from the non-cyclists in the area, (The first quarter mile of it was decimated by heavy machinery.) no entrance has ever been cut and so it is known to very few people. One of the local cyclists stumbled upon it this spring and he cut an access to it at the end of the rock wall mentioned earlier. He cut a nice short down hill section with a couple of dirt jumps leading in to the trail. A few guys have erected a cedar bridge off to the side of this trail and it is visible from the field above the trail. The brige is worth checking out if you like sick drops. Everything out there is a work in progress so you will have to turn around and ride back on the same trail or do some bush whacking. It is ridable both ways for all but one hastily cut section by the cans but it's a short hike.

OVERALL
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4
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