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Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms.... 1 year 10 months ago #44353

no, no.. no.. that video is of some other place,, I just like the natural features... and yes there are some built skinnies, thought I would toss the link up to show what might be possible.
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Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms.... 1 year 10 months ago #44352

Twright, this footage was filmed at HHE? Looks awesome. Also I didn't realize that Turner made a fat bike. That thing looks super fun to ride. The whole time I'm watching that video I was thinking about how similar the natural terrain looks to Hunters Creek.
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Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms.... 1 year 10 months ago #44351

Check out “notFATfree” by olo bolo on Vimeo.

The video is available for your viewing pleasure at vimeo.com/56568845
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Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms.... 1 year 10 months ago #44350

HHE looks a bit of a drive ,but I'd really like to check it out.....
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Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms.... 1 year 10 months ago #44349

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Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms.... 1 year 10 months ago #44348

Harris Hill Ext.

www.wnymba.org/index.php?option=com_kune...&id=41192&Itemid=146

just North of Gerry, NY.
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