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    The S Curve on 24th St.

    Does that have a name? I've always called it the S curve, cause everyone knows it. but that is kinda dull.

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    Poop shoot?
    Pumpin & Pimpin

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    Lower intestine
    I dig dirt!

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    *crickets**crickets*

    seriously?

    is it just me that thinks that move is hard?

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    Pics?

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    trying to picture where this is?

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    "stanchion killer" if its the one I'm thinking of.
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    its like halfway down. you come down a chunky slot approach facing west, have to do a semi-blind turn right (north) and get onto a rock fin otherwise you bust your deraileur in a trough, then exit the rock fin through more steep slotty chunkiness going gradually left.

    yeah...i know you all are totally picturing it now . Its, imo, the hardest sequence on the trail...if that helps. I've tried taking pics but its kinda long and there is no angle that really captures how long the move is. Its probably 30 yards from end-to-end.

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    Or if you go left of the rock fin you kill your fork with a rock that sticks out from the wall on the left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chollaball View Post
    its like halfway down. you come down a chunky slot approach facing west, have to do a semi-blind turn right (north) and get onto a rock fin otherwise you bust your deraileur in a trough, then exit the rock fin through more steep slotty chunkiness going gradually left.

    yeah...i know you all are totally picturing it now . Its, imo, the hardest sequence on the trail...if that helps. I've tried taking pics but its kinda long and there is no angle that really captures how long the move is. Its probably 30 yards from end-to-end.
    when it comes to chunky slots, I just close my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmarkos View Post
    when it comes to chunky slots, I just close my eyes.
    AzDog just tells the chunky slots that their sister is prettier and then holds on for the ride!



    I've personally only attemped the left hand turn after the rock fin maybe once or twice. I usually do the up and over on the far left line coming off of the fin.
    Last edited by doodooboi; 09-29-2011 at 01:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chollaball View Post
    its like halfway down. you come down a chunky slot approach facing west, have to do a semi-blind turn right (north) and get onto a rock fin otherwise you bust your deraileur in a trough, then exit the rock fin through more steep slotty chunkiness going gradually left.

    yeah...i know you all are totally picturing it now . Its, imo, the hardest sequence on the trail...if that helps. I've tried taking pics but its kinda long and there is no angle that really captures how long the move is. Its probably 30 yards from end-to-end.
    Somebody tell CB it's called WidowMaker.
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    Yo CB, it's called WidowMaker.

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