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on 2/15/14 by Jetnjeff29r
 
  
Imba Red
Avg Rating: (5.00 out of 5) 6 trail reviews
Difficulty: Advanced bike trail - Advanced
Length: 2 miles Global Rank: #6862
Tread: Singletrack Configuration: Network
Ridden: 16 Wishlist: 0
1 trail check-ins Climb // Descend
+200 // -400 feet
Average Speed: 4.2 mph Average Time: 0hr 33min
 
 
 
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Description
I believe this is the longest red out at Santos. It surrounds the

Freeride/Dirt Jump section and is loaded with action. It has several great

technical rock gardens, a few ladder ramps dumping you onto some gnarly

boulders, a few wood skinnies, etc. It's about 2 miles total but the trail

dumps you out onto the freeride area now and then and you'll re-enter to

continue. It's not hard to find you way in and out. The trail also has

several look outs where all the massive drops are.

added by joetutt World Champ on March 31, 2011

Part of the Santos trail system.

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Jetnjeff29r on March 18, 2014
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Review: The Red Trail is Part of Vortex. The left side. The Rollercoaster section completes the Vortex. Several short steep ups, that are a little rooty, some big rocks. A couple bridges, up and down, as well as stunts along the way. Some exposure, with an overhead rock, coming right off a drop into a natural berm, an awesome change up. You need to commit for sure.

Similar Trail: Rollercoaster ASRP in Florida. Jack Brooks Texas

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Mojo70 on October 9, 2013
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Review: This trail is actually named 'The Vortex Loop'. The addition of wood features (wood berms, wall rides, etc.) is set to make this trail monumental!

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jseagrove on April 26, 2012
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Review: Rode this trail on my third day straight riding Santos and had already riden several miles before this one. Not sure if I was just tired but this trail almost made me throw up I was so tired from the steep but short climbs on this trail. Very fun trail.

* Review edited 4/26/2012

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theUfan on December 8, 2011
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Review: The length and variety make this the best red at Santos. I think there is something here to challenge all riders. you wont be bored.

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afullsodacan on November 22, 2011
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Review: Wow, this is my favorite red trail at Santos. Lots of up and down hills with lots of rocks too--very surprising for Florida. Has some pretty steep parts and is pretty darn technical--yet not too technical. To me, this is the most flowy red, peppered with skinnies, dropbridges, rockhops. I'm not that great at that kind of stuff yet, but most of those things have ways around them. Its also the longest red by far. John Brown is about the same level. If you want crazy technical, ride Ant Hill. It was too much for me, haha.

* Review edited 11/22/2011

Similar Trail: John Brown

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joetutt on March 31, 2011
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Review: This trail is a blast. One of the best thing about this red is it's length. It's, by Santos standards, a long red, so you get to enjoy the good stuff for quite some time. Love the rock gardens!

Similar Trail: John Brown

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