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Old 03-16-06, 10:26 PM
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Trail pics

If you want, post pics of trails where you ride. I want to have an idea on how I should build my track.
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Old 03-17-06, 05:24 PM
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ill post some of mine, next time im on myspace and put some pics on there...and ill link you people to it...yaeh
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Old 03-19-06, 03:37 AM
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heres a pic of the first 3 which were small and bad and then the council destroyed them but there was another 3 after the ones you see

nice beginner jumps......sorta
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Old 03-19-06, 06:53 AM
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they look kinda sketchy...


sometimes small jumps like those are fun though.(those really tech rythm sections of minis with like hips and berms and such...)
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Old 03-19-06, 02:55 PM
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They look fun to me. bit to small though
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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker04
they look kinda sketchy...


sometimes small jumps like those are fun though.(those really tech rythm sections of minis with like hips and berms and such...)
Sketchy? Looks like a freakin' refrigerator under one of them!
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I think that is a refrigerator..
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Old 03-19-06, 08:16 PM
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it is a fridge, takes up room therefore less digging of hard dirt.... beerman can i come and ride your trails they look fun
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Old 03-19-06, 08:52 PM
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You guys are lucky. I have to build all my trails by myself and it's really hard to maintain.
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Old 03-20-06, 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted by dirty bmxer
You guys are lucky. I have to build all my trails by myself and it's really hard to maintain.
Me and Mude built most of our trails by ourselves, until some other ****ERS came and decided that there ways were better...


now were looking for a new spot...
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i build all my trails by myself, but thats how i like it...no one to argue with. i also get to take as long as i want.
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i build all my trails by myself, but thats how i like it...no one to argue with. i also get to take as long as i want.
Yeah, thats the best way to go.

And hide the shovels.


Thats what me and Mude are probly going to do, since we aggree on how we want our trails..
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i just throw my shovels and whatnot in a ditch and cover with a tarp.

oh yea, i just found out a tree thicker than me (which isnt saying much) just fell into my trails...im prolly gonna make it into some sort of tail tap thing though, should turn out ok
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Originally Posted by premiumbmx2005
i just throw my shovels and whatnot in a ditch and cover with a tarp.

oh yea, i just found out a tree thicker than me (which isnt saying much) just fell into my trails...im prolly gonna make it into some sort of tail tap thing though, should turn out ok
Sounds tight, at our OLD trails there was a tree that fell down and we built a jump over it..haha
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Originally Posted by Beerman
TMB...Too Much Butt!

Tighten that belt!
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Old 04-02-06, 09:48 PM
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now we know what you were looking at
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Originally Posted by dirty bmxer
now we know what you were looking at
It's the brightest thing in the pic. How can you not see it because of that?

I'm complaining, not enjoying.
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Old 04-02-06, 11:55 PM
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you're right he needs to get his butt a little tan!!!!
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Belts are uncomfortable, I usually wear jeans that are fairly loose, but not loose enough to need a belt.
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How come everybody wears pants? Are you afraid people are gonna see your legs?
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Exposed legs are for road bikers.
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Wow. I was not aware of that. I guess that I looked like a complete **** when I rode yesterday in a pair of shorts.
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Wow. I was not aware of that. I guess that I looked like a complete **** when I rode yesterday in a pair of shorts.
Apparently!

I like riding in shorts. Does that make me a **** too?


Plus, you can get Dickies shorts a Wallmart! Making them cheap AND cool.
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I didn't say anything about shorts being ****.
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