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    Building through an Uphill

    So on part of my track there is a spot where from a left 90* bend, the track has to head uphill about 4' in the space of 20' and into another left hand bend.

    Right now, there is a high berm and a small double roller to help up the hill, but so much speed is lost that it's necessary to pedal around the corner.

    I was thinking of building some sort of C berm on the opposite side of the berms in the middle so it would go 90-C-90 in the uphill direction, but will that really be that effective?

    Any suggestions?

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    Building through an Uphill-photo-2-.jpgHere is a pic of the area.
    Last edited by mvwmvw; 06-09-2014 at 07:35 AM.

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    Don't know if you've noticed, but your picture is not showing up. Might be the reason for lack of replies.
    "The sound of a car door opening in front of you is similar to the sound of a gun being cocked."

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    I have no idea why this image is showing up upside down. It should be normal! It is on the computer.

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