The route up to Jesus drop it mainly single track and cliff paths. It's pretty fast and flows real well into each section. The drop into Jesus drop is very fast and very steep, Jesus drop itself is a big bomb hole that catches you out if you are no aware of it. From there you follow the coast all the way round to St Brelades church, then up a very steep climb to Beauport. From here there are a number of routes to take but this route takes you in land a bit to Quennavais park. From there over sand dunes with some natural jumps, great fun. A little bit of road as you head to sunset drop in in St Ouens. After this very fast decent its a short ride to Val de La Mare reservoir. Not allowed to ride here hence why it only ridden at night. Its singletrack that is really good fun lots of steep drop offs and fast descents. There are a number of trails with in the reservoir system. Once out the other side its about 4 miles back to where the start was via road.
Due to this being a night ride with some parts of the ride very close to the edge of the cliffs decent lights are recommended, as you will need for the Jesus drop and the ride around the reservoir.
Due to the fact that this is a night ride (you can only ride this route at night) it is fairly difficult because of the lack of vision and the technical nature of the trail.Thank |