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Anyone into DH/FR ?
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Anyone into DH/FR ? 1 year ago #43896

Just wondering if there's network of DH/FR people in the area. Ive been out of state for a few years,(easten pa) and was wondering if there's more or less people into it. Last time I lived in WNY I did 98%riding alone. Im also wondering if shuttles are possible anywhere.(Swain perhaps?)

Re: Anyone into DH/FR ? 1 year ago #43897

Hey obby I used to shuttle out here in glen wood but haven't done it in 2 years. Swain was open for riding last summer, I'm pretty sure they will be this summer as well.

Re: Anyone into DH/FR ? 1 year ago #43906

Guess I was wondering if you could shuttle(or push) swain when their lift isn't running,but a phone call would answer that...I know of a few step downs and short but super fun DH stuff on the niagara escarpment if anyone cares to ride it...Boogenman,next time youre down for a ride on the dh bike let me know.
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