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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +416/401 ft
Total: 80 riders
 

Mountain Biking Sunderbruch Park

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#1 of 90 mountain bike trails in Iowa
#79 in the world

This park is home to several named trails that include a green dot beginner trail, four or five blue dot intermediate trails, and four or five areas that are black dot. one of the black trails is a 1/2 mile long trail, while the others are tech/skill areas.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
this is a trail as part of a large city park. Coming in from the north or west, you turn south off of W.Locust st. onto Wisconsin st. and follow till it comes to a tee..about 1.5 miles. At the tee turn left-this new street is called Telegraph rd. follow Telegraph about 1/4 mile to the park entrance. turn right into the park, dump the vehicle and head for the trail(s)
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  • tcrowe2
    *****

    Great trail system with a nice mix of technical and flowy trails coming off the main loop. Definitely my favorite trails (LT, Jubilee) and overall riding experience in Iowa (though Decorah deserves a shout too).

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  • Chrisxc
    *****

    Wonderful ride. Enjoyed the down hill trails. Well mapped and marked out.

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  • kwogfive
    ****

    I really enjoyed this trail. This system has a nice mix of trails each one feels different. Jubilee is a standout. I drove an hour and a half and probably broke my toe but it was worth it.
    Only issue was when I encountered two women walking a dog where I would have landed off a blind jump. Luckily they were loud and I heard them first.
    The trails seemed groomed, somebody is doing work here.

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  • AussieMatt
    *****

    Travelling for work from Australia. First time bringing my bike to Qaud Cities. Wasn't to hopeful but found a gem. Loved every minute of my limited time here today. Something for everyone.

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  • solidstunts
    *****

    Great trails. Something for everyone. I would recommend if you are in the area.

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  • *****

    Short trail system with lots of challenging sections. You have to ride ALL of them to appreciate why it's the number one trail in Iowa.

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  • stumpyfsr
    *****

    Great little trail. It's built well, facilities and map at the parking, trail markers everywhere. Now it's rideable by fatbike but I want to come back with normal bike after snow is gone and experience in full this fast and flowy network.
    It deserve 5 stars, no doubt.

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  • michellefiveo
    *****

    LOVE this trail system! Very well built and maintained trails. A nice mix of green, blue and black diamond trails.

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  • Jared13
    *****

    One excellent trail system!
    Trail is set up on two loops (think an 8) with all trails branching off from those. If you continually turn right, you'll hit everything. Trails are mostly uni-directional and properly signed. A comprehensive trail map is provided in the parking lot.
    Jubilee is a must ride. The amount of work put into that trail is amazing.
    Palos was a close second, but for different reasons. It was just a great trail.
    L.T. was also a great trail to ride. It's also the longest black diamond trail.
    If you're within a few hours drive, you need to go ride this at least once.

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  • Jared13
    Reviewing Jubilee:
    *****

    The name says it all. This trail is a joy to ride!
    Almost 100% of it is benchcut singletrack into the side of the hill. Some off-camber sections, a few log crossing, a switchback here and there, and two sweet wooden, banked corners (see video under Sunderbruch Park.) It even has a wooden deck area built into the trail!

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  • Jared13
    Reviewing Kettle Moraine:
    ****

    Another solid blue trail. Like the others at the park, this drops into a ravine then you climb back out.

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  • Jared13
    Reviewing Comlara:
    ***

    The other beginner loop. Use it to hit Blue Mound and both Kickapoos and to get to the Farmdale loop.

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  • Jared13
    Reviewing Kickapoo Up:
    ****

    The entrance to Sunderbruch Park. A decent climb to the top of the hill with a few off-camber sections.

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  • Jared13
    Reviewing Kickapoo Down:
    *****

    The exit of Sunderbruch Park. A sweet descent that is one-way. Great opportunities to get some pump going along with opportunities for some air.
    A solid blue trail.

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