Litte Hill Dual Slalom Course - TRAIL

Litte Hill Dual Slalom Course - Trail, El Cerrito, California

The only dual slalom course in the Bay Area. 180 berms, 5 foot high double, some cool stuff.

User Reviews (27)

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Nick   Downhiller [Nov 01, 2009]

Does this place still exist? Been awhile since the last posting.... Heard that it might have been bulldozed. If anybody has any helpful info, please post accordingly. Thanks

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5
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5
ajmcafee   Racer [Dec 21, 2006]

Hella bangin' slalom run - rock jump, kicker, berm, kicker, 360 BERM!! kicker, berm, gapped double, berm, gapped double, table, berm, step-down, ladder, 30-ft gapped double, berm, run from cops. they just put in a street light, so get ready to ride at night.

Customer Service

start at the big rock about 1/2way up, hard to miss, it's the 'turn' in the hill.

Similar Products Used: bay trail, duh
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5
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3
stumpyjumpy123   Weekend Warrior [Nov 06, 2004]

I dont know if im thinking of the same trail as you, but i ride that trail right off mosher (portola student) once every week and i havent seens transfers or slalom. I ride the long steep firetrails that are on the hill...Ill see if i can check out what your talking about.

Similar Products Used: anything in tilden...side-o
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4
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2
max   Downhiller [Dec 11, 2003]

dunno if anyone ever looks here, but suprisingly enough this place still exists. However it is not a dual slalom course anymore. Doubles, step downs, transfers, berms. Single trail, 2 minutes of fast big stuff. feel free to drop by.

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5
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1
bordomguy420   Downhiller [Nov 18, 2003]

Hey is your cource any good? i have a prety sweet slalom cource comin along my self, I'm in Martinez so email me with your answer plz. Peace

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5
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4
Schwinn mafia   [Jul 26, 2000]

Always growing, as soon as we finish the second track we plan to have some informal races. Best therapy for a DS course is riding it, if you don't roll the doubles. They are small and need their lip to get you to the back end. Feel free to pour water on the berms and smooth them. Good berms, small doubles with one big one near the big rock.(you'll know it when you see it) Good for every level of DS rider as long as you ride around the doubles you can't clear, it f--ks up the landing and/or the lips. Tell all your friends this course needs all the exposure it can get.

Customer Service

If you live in the east bay, take the arlington to moser and go down moser until there is a large field on your right, it shouldn't be too hard to find in that field.

Similar Products Used: Side O/Side Oak same thing. kicks ass.
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5
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Peter   [Aug 26, 2000]

Getting better all the time. Adam and his buddies added some nice doubles on yet a third track, which like the second is not done yet. i am going to get some sort of message board out there for people to post messages for other riders. it would be cool to get some photos of people riding out there if anyone has any, we could start some sort of gallery or something.

Customer Service

I already reviewed it above but ADAM emailed me about the course and his email address will not accept replys, so dude, if you're checking this out again send me a message from a different address.

Similar Products Used: feel free to email me with any questions, comments, or stuff you might have to say, and I'll either respond or pass it on to the person who built what your question was about.
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5
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Peter   [Aug 26, 2000]

Getting better all the time. Adam and his buddies added some nice doubles on yet a third track, which like the second is not done yet. i am going to get some sort of message board out there for people to post messages for other riders. it would be cool to get some photos of people riding out there if anyone has any, we could start some sort of gallery or something.

Customer Service

I already reviewed it above but ADAM emailed me about the course and his email address will not accept replys, so dude, if you're checking this out again send me a message from a different address.

Similar Products Used: feel free to email me with any questions, comments, or stuff you might have to say, and I'll either respond or pass it on to the person who built what your question was about.
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5
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Peter   [Aug 26, 2000]

Getting better all the time. Adam and his buddies added some nice doubles on yet a third track, which like the second is not done yet. i am going to get some sort of message board out there for people to post messages for other riders. it would be cool to get some photos of people riding out there if anyone has any, we could start some sort of gallery or something.

Customer Service

I already reviewed it above but ADAM emailed me about the course and his email address will not accept replys, so dude, if you're checking this out again send me a message from a different address.

Similar Products Used: feel free to email me with any questions, comments, or stuff you might have to say, and I'll either respond or pass it on to the person who built what your question was about.
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5
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Justin   [Sep 04, 2000]

I just got back from riding the DS 4-5 times. Just to try it out. It's a bit soft in the spring, and it should harden up during some rains. I'm not a hardcore DS or DH rider but just wanted to check it out to see if it was a place where I could work on some speed turn skills and jumping.

There are some good doubles midway down the track if you want to practice those. I saw the guys who are building the track get some good air on the 16 foot + double. It's a pretty short course - so don't expect much, but it's pretty fun, especially the chance to do the jumps.


These guys have a lot of heart. Anyone who even might be interested in this type of thing should go help them out. The people who own or lease the land (I assume it's PG&E, because of the towers) till the grounds there every year for fire protection. Then these guys come out and build the tracks again. I call that dedication. It would be cool to get some kind of permit or something with the landowners to keep the tracks intact. The land is not being used for much as it is.

I'm giving it 4 stars since it's a short course and is constantly being worked. But I give the guys who are building it 5 stars. I'm going out there again for sure as soon as I cut down my seat post on my FSR.

Customer Service

There is only one place to really ride. It's pretty obvious where to ride and it's short. Try the different tracks that they are building! The tracks are in constant flux.

Similar Products Used: Redwood
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4
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