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    boulder dirt jumps

    gunbarrel is looking sweet. come check out the new transfers and hips on mainstreet and twin peaks lines.
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    Some Eaton Park action from last year:







    Mark was that you who met Tony the barber the other day? He lives at the condos east of Eaton.

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    Sweet...might have to check it out at lunch one of these days.

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    i'd go hit 'em with you. haven't been out there, and my pathetic air skills could use some work.
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    for sure man...we should pick a day...be nice to have some one there that has some first aid skillz. Maybe tomorrow(thursday)?

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    dirt jumps in co springs

    there are some dirt jumps in one of the city parks in co springs, i will take pics in a few days and post them

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    I don't know if ya'll made it out there today, but they're pretty nice. I've only been a few times, months ago when I worked at a glassblowing shop on that side of town. It was close to work, so I went before and after. There's a good spectrum of stuff there, though the pictures don't begin to suggest it. There's some nice rythm sections that are awesome just to flow through; none of the six-footers pic'd were rideable when I was last there, and I'd be reluctant to hit them even now. Too damn big. The small stuff is really fun, though. I think DJing is pretty easy until you actually start trying to do stuff. Just flowing ain't too bad, though.

    That said, I'll join ya'll anytime!
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    Cool...maybe next week at lunch I can sneak out...I have to have at least one warm body there besides myself capable of dialing 911. Last time I was there, I woke up looking at the sky wondering why the pretty birdies where circling my head, and why my back hurt so much.

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    i will be out tomorrow morning from 800-1030. the big ones are hitting smooth and are not that hard if you dial in the speed. i have started to build a loop set over on the south side of twin lakes. the bmx track over there is getting rebuilt soon by locals and the loop set will go around it.
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    Where in Gunbarrel?

    Where can I find these dirt jumps?
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    eaton park is at 63rd and nautilus. go right then take take a left at the t intersection and go 400 feet to the dead end. jumps are behind the hill.

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    And bring

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    eaton park is at 63rd and nautilus. go right then take take a left at the t intersection and go 400 feet to the dead end. jumps are behind the hill.
    A SHOVEL!!!! If your gonna ride, you gotta dig!

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    Paging Dream4est

    Like Lidarman asked earlier,
    Is this Mark from Twin Lakes?
    If so, this is Tony your neighbor and local barber.
    Jump and rock on dude
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    yes it is me. btw i am trying to build next weekend so if anyone here would like to help see this thread periodically.

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    my gunbarrel pic........
    the first jump off the big line.....
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    hey mike i will post a new pic of indian peaks line (inside line). its way step up, steep and sweet. its finally ready to hit. and old mainstreet is back. its right next to mainstreet and acts as a two laned transfer line between main and twin peaks (the outside line that you took shots of stacy hitting). twin peaks is rebuilt and way better. you can transfer from inside to main to outside now!!!!! the transfers are not firm yet but they are finally about there. and the backside six jump small set is freakishly steep and way bigger than before. there are over 12 first jump options now. at least 10 second jump options. so you can be real creative and hip and flair to different landings. the line possibilities are nearly endless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream4est
    hey mike i will post a new pic of indian peaks line (inside line). its way step up, steep and sweet. its finally ready to hit. and old mainstreet is back. its right next to mainstreet and acts as a two laned transfer line between main and twin peaks (the outside line that you took shots of stacy hitting). twin peaks is rebuilt and way better. you can transfer from inside to main to outside now!!!!! the transfers are not firm yet but they are finally about there. and the backside six jump small set is freakishly steep and way bigger than before. there are over 12 first jump options now. at least 10 second jump options. so you can be real creative and hip and flair to different landings. the line possibilities are nearly endless.
    when i come back, i'm gonna cry when i have to leave........


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    alright if anyone wants to help dig jumps in boulder go to the gunbarrel jumps sunday at 10 am. i will be out all day. we need your help as we are trying to build the south park area up as well (two blocks south of the gunny sets). there are berms and rollers that need work as south park will have an improved track and a loop jump set around it.

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    all the lines at gunny are rebuilt now. well except the beginner set, but even that has a new entrance jump. you have to come by and see. were hoping for a good turn out sunday so bring a shovel and some food and water. there were like 15 people out today.

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    there are some new shots of eaton at pinkbike. heres a link to one.

    http://www.pinkbike.com/modules/phot...w&image=171677

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    sunday flying


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    sweet shots...bigger than I'll ever go.
    The more out of shape you are, the steeper the hill looks.

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    were building at eaton park on saturday starting at 10am. come on out and jump and dig.

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    be cool...but I'll be in Moab....
    The more out of shape you are, the steeper the hill looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibmkidIII
    be cool...but I'll be in Moab....
    Where is this place?
    How Do I get to it from Denver?

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