I've ridden what I have found to be the equivalent of ski moguls, only on dirt. They're not quite rollers and not quite deep braking bumps. I see them in various sizes, usually on slight downslopes that sort of naturally turn into "slalom-like" tracks. Lone moguls sometimes create a zero G feeling when ridden at high speeds, which some might call a dip. What are these features I'm trying to describe? Some of them seem to be formed naturally from braking bumps or something, apparently, and just simply got bigger. Can you purposely turn braking bumps into these? Probably not the best to be making in areas with dangerous exposure, where braking bumps are often found, but if made even bigger, I get the impression that they become like the hybrid of a pump track, dirt jump rhythm section, and something like the "humps" found in this video:
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Would packing a wide area with them be a worthy idea for some fun MTB-specific "trails"?
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