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Feature Diagrams - Figure 3

Basic Elements:

Cambered Tread - Cambered tread is a trail surface that is sloped to resist the forces placed upon it by a bicycle wheel, thereby improving traction.

Insloped Turn - An insloped turn features a tread surface cambered toward the apex of a turn.

Derived Structures:

Horizontal Trail Alignment - A Flow Country Trail must continually twist and turn; there are no straight runs of significant length.