April 20, 2015
It's got a couple of challenging spots, some good switchbacks. It's in a small space but makes good use of what they got. There's a teeter-totter/seesaw/whatever you want to call it about a mile followed by a dropping switchback that always makes me smile. West side of the trail could use some work, definitely boring in comparison, but you can skip it with a steep drop down the face of the old gravel pit that maybe only an experienced rider should try.
Connect it with the A2 loop and it makes for a nice ride (10 miles of singletrack, at least). The hardest part is getting a local to tell you how to find it!