Thanks to NEMA International we have been able to enlist one of the sports best Dual Slalom builders, Landon Taylor to come down from Lake Tahoe to construct the new DS course at Chamberlin Ranch. He will also be roughing in the new Downhill if time permits. We have him for 4 days.
Landon has built many of the awesome DS and 4X courses for the NMBS and other events, we are excited to see what he does for us. The course is required for the upcoming Santa Ynez Valley National in May, but will also be avaialble to Stump Grider Dirt Club members starting in June.
Look at what we've done so far!
More shots here! http://www.ridesb.com/photo_dualslolam.htm
But, as always if you want access before that, I'm an easy guy to get along with, there will be ample opportunities in that we will have many trail work days (XC too) where if you work for 3 or 4 hours, you can ride the courses for the same amount of time later in the day. THE FIRST OPPORTUNITY IS TOMORROW! Are you in? Show up at 8, help groom until 12 and then be the first to ride it! Everyone must work, no tailgaters.
Please help me give you a great place to ride! And thanks again to NEMA International!
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