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    hows the riding hereDiablo? The videos and the photos look sweet.

    Some how we need to get a dh/freeride park here in So.Cal.


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    BETTER than it looks!!!!
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    I think first you guys need to worry about keeping existing riding areas open ...

    I have heard nothing but good things. I would love to do a trip over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maelstrom
    I think first you guys need to worry about keeping existing riding areas open ...

    I have heard nothing but good things. I would love to do a trip over there.
    No shyte to that Mael. One thing that would help would be for CA to classify mtb'ing as an "inherently dangerous sport" so no one can sue for their own lack of judgment. That would open up a lot of area for us and the land owner would not have as much to worry about. The smaller and local resorts could set something up nicely. Although BigBear would definitly have to get someone who knows how to build the trails and not let TeamBigBear do it.


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