St. Albans Town Forest

St. Albans Town Forest

St. Albans, VT – 2019 – 2020

We are in the process of building a series of new trails to provide fun and sustainable access to a large section of the St. Albans Town Forest, previously only accessible on a very muddy logging road. The ledgey and often wet terrain has been challenging, but the finished trails are worth the effort.

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Gifford Woods State Park

Gifford Woods State Park

Killington, VT – 2019

Sinuosity built a short but fun and feature packed kids-centric beginner flow trail loop within this popular campground. We put in lots of berms, rollers, and a banked bridge to keep riders entertained.

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Stratton Mountain Bike Park

Stratton Mountain Bike Park

Winhall, VT – 2019 and beyond

After years of planning, Sinuosity built the first 5 miles of lift served downhill bike park trails at Stratton Mountain in Stratton, VT.  The two Beginner and three Intermediate trails are geared for new bike park riders with fun features for riders of all levels. Another 5 miles of trails are planned for phases 2 and 3 with plenty of more advanced trails in the works.

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Stowe Youth Cycling Pump Track and Jump Trail

Stowe Youth Cycling Pump Track and Jump Trail

Stowe, VT – 2019

We built a large pump track for the Stowe Youth Cycling Academy, designed to be used for Crankworx style head to head racing.  We also added a jump line with multiple dirt and wooden features to create another training element for the young riders.

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Cady Hill Charlie’s and Upper Bears Reconstruction

Cady Hill Charlie’s and Upper Bears Reconstruction

Stowe, VT – 2018

Sinuosity re-constructed of portions of two popular trails after significant damage from a wind storm.

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People’s Academy Walking Path

People’s Academy Walking Path

Morrisville, VT – 2018

We built a crushed stone surfaced walking path on school grounds around a bee pollinator garden for this public school. It provides a nice loop through this outdoor classroom space.

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Suicide Six DH Bike Park

Suicide Six DH Bike Park

South Pomfret, VT – 2018

Sinuosity designed and built 4 miles of lift served downhill bike park trails at Suicide Six Ski Area near Woodstock, VT.  The trails are geared for kids to adults with fun features for riders of all levels.  Phase 1 and Phase 2 were completed in 2018.

Suicide 6 Advanced DH Trail

We've had a blast building and test riding the new Advanced ...

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Twin Valley Pump Track

Twin Valley Pump Track

Wilmington, VT – 2018

Sinuosity designed and built a large pump track at the Twin Valley Elementary School in Wilmington, VT. We used the native soil as a base and capped the track with a layer of fine, rock-free soil to make a smooth riding surface.

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Mainline Trail at Millstone

Mainline Trail at Millstone

Barre, VT – 2017

Sinuosity designed and built a 0.7 mile beginner mountain bike and multi use trail to create a beginner friendly loop through this generally more challenging network.

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Delaney Woods Flow Trail

Delaney Woods Flow Trail

Wells, VT – 2017

Sinuosity designed and built a 0.4 mile rocky flow trail and completed improvements to an old work road access trail in the Delaney Woods Town Forest for Slate Valley Trails.

Techy Flow in the Wells, VT Delaney Town Forest

In between thunderstorms we built a cool section of trail for Slate Valley Trails, one of the newest VMBA chapters, near Lake St. Catherine ...

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Perry Hill Entrance Trail

Perry Hill Entrance Trail

Waterbury, VT – 2017

Sinuosity developed a completely redesigned layout for the entrance to this heavily used trail network and partnered with two local specialty companies on the construction. We built this large scale trail re-route to improve safety and dual direction travel with Timber and Stone, LLC and Canonica Farm and Forest.

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South Kent School

South Kent School

South Kent, CT – 2017 to 2019

Sinuosity designed and built a completely new mountain bike trail network for this private school in Western CT. Over three years, we added a total of 6 miles of new trail with a variety of characters. We built singletrack over ledges and along the shore of a pond as well as miles of winding flow trails through the woods and fields higher on the property.

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Waits Way Stone Path

Waits Way Stone Path

Waitsfield, VT 2016

Sinuosity constructed a 6′ wide crushed stone surfaced multi-use path near the Waitsfield Elementary School for the Mad River Path Association.

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Backyard Flow Track

Backyard Flow Track

Williston, VT – 2015

Brooke teamed up with Shawn of Ridesport Construction to build a fun little backyard Flow Track in a gently sloping field in Williston. The clients loved it and even helped us with some of the finish work.

VT Backyard Flow Trail

We built a sweet little flow trail for a very lucky soon-to-be 9 year old (and his dad). Tons of ...

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Moody Park Trail Network Revitalization

Moody Park Trail Network Revitalization

Claremont, NH – 2015

Sinuosity designed and constructed an overhaul of the majority of the Moody Park trail network after a significant logging operation. Trail styles included a new downhill flow trail, multiple rebuilt singletracks, a new crushed stone surfaced walking path, and the installation of 1,100 concrete pavers to reduce erosion on the steep Gravity Cavity trail. We partnered with Off the Beaten Bath Trailworks to build the walking path and Snowhawk LLC for bridge construction.

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Suki’s Alley, Blueberry Lake

Suki’s Alley, Blueberry Lake

Warren, VT – 2015

Sinuosity constructed a very narrow machine built singletrack trail within the Blueberry Lake trail network. We incorporated a number of large boulders into the layout and built a couple very sturdy bridges.

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GS Trail Reroute

GS Trail Reroute

Waitsfield, VT – October 2014

Sinuosity designed and constructed an overhaul of the GS trail in the Camel’s Hump State Forest.  The new route is more gradual than the original trail and incorporates multiple rock ledges that were scouted by John Atkinson of the Mad River Riders.  The previously downhill-only trail is now enjoyable in both directions and still challenging enough to fit well within the local network of technical singletrack trails.

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Snake Trail

Snake Trail

Stowe, VT – August and September 2014

Sinuosity built a new climbing oriented trail in the Cady Hill Forest for the Stowe Mountain Bike Club.  The 0.75 mile trail winds its way up a steep slope and across two small streams.  We primarily built the trail with hand tools and utilized a micro excavator and an experimental “trail tiller” in the especially steep sections.

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Charlie’s Trail Maintenance

Charlie’s Trail Maintenance

Stowe, VT – July 2014

Sinuosity re-constructed and re-routed significant portions of Charlie’s Trail in the Cady Hill Forest for the Town of Stowe.  The project goal was to improve the sustainability of this older trail while maintaining the natural character of each section.  The project included building a variety of trail styles from hand built singletrack to machine built doubletrack segments.

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Perry Hill Trail Maintenance

Perry Hill Trail Maintenance

Waterbury, VT – October 2013 to November 2014

Sinuosity performed a wide variety of maintenance and reconstruction tasks on the Rastaman, Burning Spear, and Permission trails at Perry Hill for the Vermont Mountain Bike Association and the State of Vermont.

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Cady Hill Connector Trail

Cady Hill Connector Trail

Stowe, VT – August and September 2013

Sinuosity built a new connector trail across the Cady Hill Forest for the Town of Stowe.  The trail incorporates 0.5 miles of the former Cady Hill Road route and features 0.7 miles of fun and flowy new trail.  The project included the construction of two bog bridges and a variety of trail styles.

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Private Trail with Long Cane Trails

Private Trail with Long Cane Trails

Lake Toxaway, NC – May 2013

Brooke was invited to work with Long Cane Trails on a private trail project near Brevard, NC.  Applying the fundamentals of sustainable trail building in a new environment was a great way to start the season.

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Private Walking Trails

Private Walking Trails

Cambridge, NY – 2013 and 2016

Sinuosity designed and built two hiking and snowshoe loops by connecting abandoned farm roads with new singletrack trails.

“Brooke took a professional approach to the design process – determining what we wanted, familiarizing himself with the land and using his knowledge, skill, and creativity to bring all the factors together in a plan. We went into the construction phase with a clear understanding of the scope of work, timetable and estimated cost.” Continue Reading →

Norwich University Outdoor Center Trail Network

Norwich University Outdoor Center Trail Network

Northfield, VT – 2011 to 2012

Sinuosity completed the Conceptual Design and Phase 1 Construction of a multi-use trail network on Norwich University’s former downhill ski area.  Phase 1 of the trail network includes a four mile Beginner / Intermediate XC biking and running loop around the lower half of the mountain and a mile-long Advanced downhill Flow Trail on the upper mountain.

Additional projects included creating a Fitness Running loop, rebuilding a 1.25 mile long work road, installation of a 1400 linear foot paintball ...

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LaPlatte River Trail

LaPlatte River Trail

Shelburne, VT – October 2012

Sinuosity built and re-established old sections of a trail along the LaPlatte River for the Town of Shelburne.  The project included the construction of multiple bridges and a variety of trail styles.

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Waterbury Hiking Trail

Waterbury Hiking Trail

Waterbury, VT – August 2011

Sinuosity designed and built a very scenic ¾ mile hiking trail on a steep mountain slope.  We constructed nearly 100 stone steps, chiseled steps into a ledge, and used native stone to build drainage structures.  We incorporated three overlook points into the route and pruned trees to improve the views.

“Brooke’s ability to identify a route and to then construct a trail using only indigenous materials was exceptional.” Read full testimonial >>
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Green Mountain Trails

Green Mountain Trails

Pittsfield, VT – August 2010 –

Significant improvements were completed on the Warman trail in Pittsfield, VT by Sinuosity in 2010.  The Warman trail features 20 switchbacks packed into less than a half mile of trail and is one of nearly 12 miles of excavator built trails in the Green Mountain Trails network.  Brooke moved large amounts of rocks and dirt, eventually transforming all of these previously flat corners into swooping banked turns.  Pittsfield Bike Club leader, Jason Hayden, rounded up some volunteers to help ...

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Fellowship of the Wheel

Fellowship of the Wheel

Burlington Area, VT – April 2008 to June 2011

After six years of dedicated volunteer efforts, Brooke worked for three years as Trail Director of the Fellowship of the Wheel, Vermont’s largest mountain bike club.  His work for FOTW incorporated a wide variety of tasks including new trail network planning, community relations, managing the FOTW Trail Crew, coordinating volunteer work days and maintenance of the Fellowship’s 90 miles of trails.

Working to build and maintain a wide variety of trails while being supported by ...

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