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Old 03-09-06, 09:01 PM   #1
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me and my friend(roughrider504) decided to build a track in the front of my neighborhood. The front of my neighborhood is woods, and there is a straight through path in between two sides of the woods. The path leads to this ditch, the path isnt very long. What we are planning to do this upcoming saturday, is to take rakes(spell?) and clear up the path for the main course of the track, just to get an idea of what it will be like. We are doing this because there are alot of leaves and branchs everywhere. My question is, we are gong to be doing bmx and cyclocross, what are some good tips you guys can give us on building this "track"? This would be our first time, and we hope and pray not to go to crazy with this track so we dont end up in the hospital, since we are newbs into the whole track thing. So comments and idea's are welcome
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Old 03-13-06, 09:18 PM   #4
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pile some dirt aganst some type of wall?
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^^what are you talking about^^^

go build some dips
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www.mybmx.com go to the how too's and trail building and itll tell you what you need to know and also show some pics.
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Old 03-15-06, 08:28 PM   #7
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[QUOTE=mude]^^what are you talking about^^^

go build some dips[/QUOTE

when i first learnt to jump i just practiced hoping of some lipped dirt on a wall.

were there is some flat to land on, at the top.
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