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  1. #1901
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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Top of the World opened this weekend!
    The first 5000ft singletrack descent of the season is now under the belt!



    For those who are interested the route that I rode is - Top of the World, Khyber, Middle of Nowhere, Kashmir, Kush and Downtown 1 & 2.
    TOTW is the only bike park trail after that you're on your own as you are riding out of the boundary.
    You're killin' me man!! That's so freakin' awesome!
    Banshee Prime

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    That is the one trail at THE TOP of my to ride list. Definitely think I'd want the Prime over Phantom for that one Curious how long it took you? Ask as watching the EWS, it still takes the Pros about 20 minutes, so figuring for mere mortals we're talking about 40 minutes, if not longer - that's not taking into account the time for stops to let your hands and fingers recover a bit.

    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Top of the World opened this weekend!
    The first 5000ft singletrack descent of the season is now under the belt!



    For those who are interested the route that I rode is - Top of the World, Khyber, Middle of Nowhere, Kashmir, Kush and Downtown 1 & 2.
    TOTW is the only bike park trail after that you're on your own as you are riding out of the boundary.
    One day your life will flash before your eyes, will it be worth watching??

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    That is the one trail at THE TOP of my to ride list. Definitely think I'd want the Prime over Phantom for that one Curious how long it took you? Ask as watching the EWS, it still takes the Pros about 20 minutes, so figuring for mere mortals we're talking about 40 minutes, if not longer - that's not taking into account the time for stops to let your hands and fingers recover a bit.
    The section that the EWS was timed on took us about 30-40 minutes. We weren't hauling but we were moving at a fair clip.
    From the start of TOTW to the end of Downtown Pt2 it took just under 2 hours. Minus all the stops, probably an hour and a half.

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    Out finding fresh loam today!

    My buddy enjoying the green freshness on his Yeti SB4.5.

    And, myself loving the new loam on my Prime!

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