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    Oceanside Pump Track

    Just finished up a pump track in my back yard. Tight and small but fun. It will hone your mtb skills. I am looking for some chill human beings to come work it in with me.
    If you do not know what a pump track is look here

    http://www.rhythmcycles.com/xcart/cu..._PumpTrack.php
    Don't be the 13th inch. Keep single track single!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkstar
    Just finished up a pump track in my back yard. Tight and small but fun. It will hone your mtb skills. I am looking for some chill human beings to come work it in with me.
    If you do not know what a pump track is look here

    http://www.rhythmcycles.com/xcart/cu..._PumpTrack.php
    Lets see some pics

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    pics

    here you go
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    Oc pump tracks?

    anyone know of any public pump tracks in the oc area?
    looking for a newer SX trail, if your selling PM me

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    looks like a nice beginning to the track that you have down darkstar.... did you do all the work by yourself?

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    I had help

    I had an outline and one side done but was stalled. A buddy put me in touch with Steve Wentz who builds tracks when not racing DH. He was in town and I paid him to do a bunch. Now I am just dialing it in.
    Don't be the 13th inch. Keep single track single!

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    good to hear you have some professional help, have you checked out lee mccormack's site or book?

    http://www.leelikesbikes.com/ebook-w...-track-nation/

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    I rode lee's track last year.

    I rode Lee's track last year. His was built by Steve Wentz, same guy who did mine. I do not have the book but I know it is worth every penny. Lee does good work and has a gift for passing knowledge. I have his other book. I have been riding since I was 15 but it still helped my mtn biking.
    I lived in Boulder for years so I an good friends with a lot of that crew.
    Don't be the 13th inch. Keep single track single!

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    maybe this guy would share his? We could all stay at the guest house.
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    where is that.

    I'll knock on his door.
    Don't be the 13th inch. Keep single track single!

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    Its somewhere San Diego County. Its huge and has everything. I may buzz a little closer for a better shot next time.

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    are you running normal mtn bike tires on that or more street oriented? i ride a pump track with my bmx and it rips on street tires

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    Middle of the road

    They are knobies but with a smooth profile. They would be ok on street but not ok in full on dirt. I cannot remember what they are. I hope to get my track really tightly packed so it is more like the park. The dirt here gets that way so it should work out.
    Don't be the 13th inch. Keep single track single!

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    this thing still alive?

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    unfortunately no. It got bigger and better and just last summer got bull dozed.
    Don't be the 13th inch. Keep single track single!

    Buck Fush.

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    Of course! Now that my back has healed to ride it's out! I'm building one I'll let you all know when it's complete (hoping by summer). But let me know if there are any others in the aria to shred! Thanks!

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    I'm not afraid to dig. Let me know.
    Don't be the 13th inch. Keep single track single!

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