Where to build jumps/drops/berms....

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4 years 10 months ago #44328 by rgunn26
rgunn26 replied the topic: Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms....
Yeah.UMMM...thanks for the super support on this! You guys really deserve Donuts!

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5 years 6 days ago #44199 by Stumpy
Stumpy replied the topic: Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms....
I grew up just up the road from Emery and rode there all the time. There are a lot of different spots that could be used for some features. It's definitely a cool proposition for the trails there! I rode at hunters today and was thinking there could be some features built into the natural terrain very easily. I say go for both!

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5 years 1 week ago #44189 by pmac225
pmac225 replied the topic: Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms....
looks like fun!

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5 years 1 week ago #44184 by rgunn26
rgunn26 replied the topic: Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms....
Here's a couple of examples..


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5 years 1 week ago #44183 by rgunn26
rgunn26 replied the topic: Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms....
Boogenman,can you start talks with your friend at Erie County? I would definitely appreciate support from WNYMBA( Ben C. or Greg C.?)dealing with Erie County as well,as I don't know where to start approaching the county with this.
The Idea is to have a "Progressive Skills" trail that features berms,bridged drops and rollabe jumps of varying sizes.
Again, absolutely all features would be rollable and beginner friendly. I'll try to post some examples of features built in a similar style.

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5 years 1 week ago #44180 by boogenman
boogenman replied the topic: Re: Where to build jumps/drops/berms....

rgunn26 wrote: Integrating features into existing trails would be awesome, and seems to be the norm outside of WNY.


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