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Old 06-17-05, 08:09 PM   #1
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Local Trail shots..









SOme shots of the local trails that i got withn a mile or so of my house in the park..Not to bad, this is mostly one section, and that brigde is a Pain..Its hard to get onto. Ive only tried it a few times, one ended in a good spill. But ill get it soon, the jump isnt to bad, ive gotta stay away from it now though..I dont think the stumpy can take it as often as i would like..Steeper than it looks, but that is always a given in photos..
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are they supposed to be like wheres waldo, where you try to find the bike? kuz i only see it in... 5/7.
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Man, that looks awesome! I wish I were there...
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HAHa, nice..Naw i only put it by the obstacles cause i dont have anyone to stand to show the size..
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on the bottom picture its in the trees!
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One more, find it in this one..
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Holy bluriness in some of the photos.
Nah, nice trails! I like that dirtjump over the log.
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One more, find it in this one..
oh man... this is a toughy.... is it at the top of the hill?
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Yea, sorry the camera is old and i dont have money to buy a new one..And that chute is a in a spot where they take all the gravel to fix the double track around the park..If i had a DH rig that spot would be alot more fun, but i still make it fun..
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im confused about MTB terms...

what's single track and what's double track?
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Singletrack is a narrow single path, usually 8 to 16" wide. Usually meandering through some trees, but not necessarily. There can be singletrack across a wide open area.

Doubletrack is just that a double trail, usually made from vehicle tracks. Also know as a Jeep trail.
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im confused about MTB terms...

what's single track and what's double track?
Single track is usual trail that is narrow, has obstacles and is only one way.Its what most people will consider mountain biking. It is also technical and alot tougher than double track.

Double track is wide and can take people riding in both directions, it is easy. The trail usually has no obstacles and is good for people who just want to ride around
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ookay thanks for clearin it up psyko
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Yea, no prob
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