|Today's ride of choice.
|East on South Power Line at intersection of Doe Hammock.
|South Power Line entrance to Carlton Ranch
The ride continues into the newly annexed Carlton Ranch tract, the Power Line does have a few sandy sections in this segment. Soon you get to experience the newly developed single track trail along Big Slough. You take a left before the next bridge onto the Livelong Trail. SCORR finished building this trail just last week, you will ride the 2 miles along the banks of a scenic man made canal. The canal was created more than 70 years ago the trees on the banks are probably that old. This single track trail is the most technical riding of the whole loop, don't forget you can get off your bike and walk the tricky sections. The right line through it might take a few rides to figure out.
After 2 miles of Livelong, you get to cross Big Slough and start your ride on the Prosper Trail. It's 2 more miles of twisty single track it's some of the more scenic riding in this state.
|The return to the Power Line.
|Crossing Big Slough between trails
|Grassy road between south and north Power Lines
|Recently mowed North Power Line Trail
|Mile of hell, not really this year.
|Venice Arcadia Grade
|Almost at the Sag stop don't slow down.