Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss Series touches down in Virginia

Can he ride the unrideable at the Carvins Cove trail system?

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Compressing at the bottom of one of the downhills preparing for an 18" step up.

Compressing at the bottom of one of the downhills preparing for an 18″ step up.

Check out the latest video from Jeff Lenosky’s Trail Boss Series, this time coming to you from Roanoke, Virginia, a place he’s been visiting the past several year for trials demos. “But it wasn’t until a couple years ago that I had the opportunity to ride Carvins Cove,” Lenosky explained. “It’s a really fun zone with over 60 miles of trails consisting of a great mix of flowy single track and technical rocky terrain so there’s a ton of variety.”

Topping out the first and possibly hardest technical section on Ratlin Run.

Topping out the first and possibly hardest technical section on Ratlin Run.

Gauntlet is a downhill trail with some great jumps and Buck is a ton of fun, but Ratlin Run is the trail Lenosky heard the most buzz about as having some “unrideable” sections. This past fall he traveled back to see just how rideable Ratlin Run was and to film the fifth episode of Trail Boss. Press play to see if Lenosky was able to ride the unrideable.

A veteran rider with a 20-year professional career and three Observed Trials U.S. National Championships to his name, Lenosky uses his skills to ride the unrideable in Trail Boss. When you ride an entire trail you may feel like a Boss, but without the proper skills Mother Nature can quickly remind you who’s really in charge. This video series explores some of the most technical trials around and provides tips so you can become a Trail Boss, too.

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