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    Bike Parks: IMBA’s Guide to Creating New-School Riding Facilities.

    Hey,
    Just wondering if anyone knows when in 2013 this book is being released? I'm part of a small IMBA affiliated club in Australia and it sounded like the information would be pretty relevant to us:

    IMBA Announces New Book About Bike Parks, Seeks Contributors | International Mountain Bicycling Association

    cheers

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    Find old-school BMX dirt jump guys that ride DH and jump 26ers now that aren't lazy. Their the only ones who build anything bike park that's worth riding.

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    "Trail builders from the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. met in Boulder, CO, this past week to help shape IMBA's upcoming book on bike parks and new-school trails. Led by IMBA's communications team, staff from Trail Solutions, Alpine Bike Parks, Hoots, Inc., Spectrum Trail Design, and Flowline Trail Design discussed critical topics such as construction specifications, defining bike park features, and maximizing volunteer efforts. IMBA appreciates the efforts of our guests who traveled from near and far to share their valuable knowledge in the pursuit of improving the mountain biking experience."

    source: Bike Park Builders Convene Around IMBA's Upcoming Book | International Mountain Bicycling Association

    Answer: very soon
    A trailbuilder from the north

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbty View Post
    Find old-school BMX dirt jump guys that ride DH and jump 26ers now that aren't lazy. Their the only ones who build anything bike park that's worth riding.


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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by HypNoTic View Post
    "Trail builders from the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. met in Boulder, CO, this past week to help shape IMBA's upcoming book on bike parks and new-school trails. Led by IMBA's communications team, staff from Trail Solutions, Alpine Bike Parks, Hoots, Inc., Spectrum Trail Design, and Flowline Trail Design discussed critical topics such as construction specifications, defining bike park features, and maximizing volunteer efforts. IMBA appreciates the efforts of our guests who traveled from near and far to share their valuable knowledge in the pursuit of improving the mountain biking experience."

    source: Bike Park Builders Convene Around IMBA's Upcoming Book | International Mountain Bicycling Association

    Answer: very soon
    Cool, thanks

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