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“So I go to the seventh floor of Urey Hall and throw the watermelon over the edge, and I’m hoping it goes well,” said Garcia.“Every year they try to beat the record for how far the farthest chunk goes. You're always on the UCSD campus though so you can always get out. You can take differen turns and really choose how you want to ride the area.However, it is right next to UCSD and civilization, and it is very fun.I currently go to school at UCSD and am still in the process of discovering all the different routes throughout the trail.
follow single track and you'd hit a t-bone, go right, and then turn left, you'll overlook gennesse and you can again either go left or right. There is one OK downhill and a few genuinely enjoyable sections of twisty singletrack. My favorite sections are the run just adjacent and parallel to the RIMAC gym/field (at speed) and the entire course (not the doubletrack) parallel to Gennessee (especially the section with two bridges despite its brevity). You won't improve technique here unless you session one or two things you are having difficulty with over and over and faster and faster.Other recommended trails in the same area: Tunnels, Daily Ranch, Reviewed by: tiniweenie06 , Downhiller Summary: This trail is pretty awesome and good to work on techniques.If you are looking for a long and hard ride, this isn't it.It was dropped by sophomore Karlee Garcia from Revelle college, who was selected as this year’s “Watermelon Royalty.” The 51st UCSD Watermelon Drop took place at noon on Friday, on the east side of Urey Hall next to the ridge walk.Garcia won the title of “Watermelon Royalty” by winning a pageant with a hip hop jazz dance routine, which she performed again at the site of the drop.