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Old 04-17-05, 11:13 AM   #1
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great ride (pics)

i had a great time on saturday riding so i got a few pics:


me jumping




the ladder drops 7-8ft and 15ft fun!





the north shore stuff which was awesome



me ridng a skinny

there was also a dual slalom course loads more jumps loads more north shore and other drops but the camera ran out!
i also got a few videos of drops so i may post them later
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Old 04-17-05, 11:18 AM   #2
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Hey kid....THESE PICS KICK ASS. Nice job. Where the heck is this setup. I don't think its around here, no where near enough trees. That just looks like tonnes of fun
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Old 04-17-05, 11:21 AM   #3
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thanks man no theyre not near you its in england near the midlands it was tonnes of fun to ride
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Old 04-17-05, 11:32 AM   #4
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Is this that new berkshire shore or whatever it is called?
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Old 04-17-05, 11:35 AM   #5
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no its in bedfordshire its loacally know as chicksands but the wood its in is called rowney warren theres so much other stuff there too.
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holy ****, that is an amazing setup. Wow....
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Sweet. Do you mind me asking what fork you have on that setup?
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Old 04-17-05, 12:22 PM   #8
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no i dont mind. its a dj3
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Nice job ! That looks like soo much fun!
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Chicksands! 4X and Jumping mecca in the UK! I didnt realise they had such good northshore, its great to see you putting those new halos and DJ3 to work Ement
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no i dont mind. its a dj3
Nice. Aren't DJ3s very heavy though?
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They are. But people who dj don't care. I don't notice the weight when i am in the air. Besides I am used to dc forks which weight about the same.
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To be honest, i dont notice the weight anyway... I love the way my DJ's felt, and the weight was a definate penalty i was prepared to pay for the stregth, but as I said, I didnt actually notice it.
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Old 04-17-05, 01:01 PM   #14
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yeh thanks for the help choosing them cornish they ride great!
i dont notice the weight either they dont feel loads heavier than the RST that came with it
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damn that looks pretty good. Some local riders just make that?
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Great pics. Looks like a lot of work to make those things...
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awsome, totally awsome!
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hey dude what exactly kinda bike is that i know its a specialized but is it a hardrock? thinkin about gettin one of thoes
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yeah is that a speciliazed hardrock and if it is>...........how is it holding up I am thinkin about getting one?
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yeh you got it zeddybear yeh the hardrocks great now but i made a few updgrades. if your not doing big hucks or anything you shouldnt have to upgrade much for trail riding apart from fork and maybe brakes
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I wish we had setups like that around me. Well, if we do I don't know where they are. Im in Malvern PA... 45 out of philly to the west, anyone know of any places like that?
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Man that place looks so awesome. Who built all that. Lets see a vid or some more riding pics.
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built buy a group of guys not really locals. part of the forrestry commision.
i got a few vids if anyone can host
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