riding near boulder
hey i am moving to boulder, colorado soon for college (going to the university at boulder) and was wondering what the good local DH/FR riding spots are and how good they are
also if theres any good skateparks there because i do bmx also
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moving to Boulder question of the week
Dude, this question is asked 1X per week. The responses that follow will be kind of like a fraternity hazing event. Good luck. Can you say "thank you sir may I have another!"
Duude, I heard you can DH from B-town all the way to D-town and shuttle it back! Rock on!
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A most excellent skate park (scott carpenter park) is here in Boulder.
And if you like Dirt Jumps, The fix bike shop has some along with a pump track. Or you can come over near my house to ride the Eaton Park Jumps.
He'll even give you candy.
Originally Posted by lidarman
A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.
There really aren't any local DH/FR riding spots. There may be some secret stashes up in the mountains but you won't find out about those unless you become freinds with people.
You might be rolling your eyes at the responses so far but this lighheartedness really is an improvement over the flame wars that often erupt when this subject comes up.
consider yourself lucky.
And welcome to Colorado.
You mean the Nederland-Boulder shuttle? PM jugdish for a map
Originally Posted by jugdish
Seriously though... Resorts are the only place that offer dh with jumps, berms, etc.... but there's lots of good trail riding, shuttles, etc. around. Junction/Fruita/Moab are also options in the spring and fall when theres still too much snow around here. There are a few pump/dj spots in or near Boulder that have been mentioned too.
Strava: turn off your dork logger when you're not on sanctioned trails.