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    Backyard Pump Track

    Zane, Uncle Spike and myself started this last spring. The decomp granite has settled in very nice over the winter and we now plan to bring in a load of clay based dirt to top it off. It's actually pretty darn fun as it sits, but you can get going way too fast for the current berms, thats where the new dirt will go first. We started out counting how many laps you could get around without a pedal. Now we can rip it as long as you want, the only limitation is how long your arms and legs can hold out.

    Gonna go take a few laps right now


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    Nice work there, Mateo! Looks like lots of fun.

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    Inspiring Mateo!
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    Wow... you're really fast with that skidsteer

    I know you want to haul that thing up to my place for a weekend. I have 30 yards of fresh dirt waiting to turn into a jump line.

    Btw - if you're interested, I have a contact near Rollinsville that's sitting on gigantic pile of nice black clay topsoil right now.

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    not actually bad :)
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    Looks like he's really fast with the bike too!
    Cool vid.
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    Btw - if you're interested, I have a contact near Rollinsville that's sitting on gigantic pile of nice black clay topsoil right now.
    That would be so awesome if it wasn't 80 miles from here!

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    I gotta get the sheep out there...Sweet Mateo!!
    Black Sheep...where it'ss at!!
    "I'm not known for my patience. Patience is a polite quality and often appropriate, but it rarely gets things done. Impatience, however, is the hunger for results and intolerance for excuses and delays." LA

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