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    I've Dumbed it Down

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank View Post
    Wow. Those sure are a lot of words.

    Sorry for all the words, especially those with two syllables or more. Here is a the "Dumbed Down" version…….for those that like to use that term.

    Ask DG with R2R if you can build something, he might say yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan the Terrible View Post
    And the trolls that live below them.............
    Here here. I would be honestly surprised if there was ever a post from Boiseboy that was constructive and open minded anymore. Wanted to say such but glad I waited as you were more clever than I would have been.

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    Have A Good Summer

    All the work on Lower Tram Trail is done for the spring/summer season. I would like to extend my thanks to all those who helped with the heavy lifting and digging.

    Moving on to work for the fall, met with DG yesterday and he is all up for the jump line construction on Upper Rock Island and the extension adjacent to Lower Rock Island. Hinted we might even have some assistance from his crews if timing, workload and manpower all come together with a separate R2R Table Rock project they may proceed with.

    I’ll update the thread latter this fall, so now I leave you to the “Nattering Nabobs”……………

    “An intellectual is a man who doesn't know how to park a bike.”
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    Looking forward to the jump line.

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    Nice work Mark and crews. Really enjoyed some of the new stuff and enhancements to the trail(s). Rode them for 2 hours today and am totally wiped.

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    Summertime Teaser

    I'm breaking my own self imposed hiatus from this thread to bring you a little taste of what we hope to build............enjoy! New Trail in Fruita, CO.

    Pumps, Berms, and Rollers (PBR) on Vimeo

    Trail Check: PBR - Mountain Biking Videos - Vital MTB

    Who wouldn't LOVE that stuff!

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    Great!

    That looks fun and flowy, alas it will never be acepted here in idaho, the home of random corners and sh#ty jumps.
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    ... and if we just ...

    If we make it safe for wheelchairs horseies puppies and atvs it might happen.

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    Those videos are proof that smooth and buff trails dont have to be boring. We need this!
    Hey, is that a Huffy? That's a nice-lookin' bike, boy!

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    Finally made it to Boise after following this thread and tried out the jumps on Red Cliffs. My reaction was that I was surprised there was so much fuss over them. They were fun little whoops but not "lippy" or dangerous and some folks made them sound. Overall, a nice addition. Bigger table tops and berms like those in the Fruita video would definitely be a great addition around Boise, though I tend to agree with some of the other posters that high-use trails in the lower foothills may not be the best place.

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    Fall Update

    Spoke with the MAN a few weeks ago and he believes it best not to do any work in the Table Rock area this fall due to lack of rainfall and cold temps coming soon. Told me to check back in February next year to schedule some spring trail work. Also mentioned his crews might be taking over the needed rock repairs to Lower Rock Island Trail.

    No deaths reported on Red Cliffs Trail this past season in spite of all the predictions of calamitous events. The bumpy-bumps will be juiced up next spring after a summer of hard use and big grins wore them down, maybe some more berms added as well. Slow…….. steady…….. progression.

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    Berms are good!

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    DON'T EXTINGUISH THE STOKE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EeZe View Post
    Dig this! Thanks EeZe!

    I miss Bend.

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