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    Old Folsom Chutes

    If you've ridden behind the zoo in Old Folsom I am sure you have seen all of the steep chutes and rock lines. Pretty cool area to try some steep stuff vs all of the rolling hills around here.

    I was over there yesterday and found one (haven't ridden down it yet) that was pretty dang steep!

    Anyone else seen this or ridden down it?


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    I've never done that.

    But you should try it and report back to us.
    Bonus points if you have somebody video you doing it.
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    there are some smaller chutes (25ft?) on the singletrack near sunrise. Might be a good place to start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empty_Beer View Post
    Killing it! Was that you? I knew it must have been done before. I was not about to do it on a solo ride haha. Time to get the camera out and do it!

    Quote Originally Posted by redmr2_man View Post
    Might be a good place to start
    huh??

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    I don't have the nads for that. I was behind the camera

    The rider calls it "rappel chute"... because that's where he taught his young kids how to rappel with ropes.

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