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    Quote Originally Posted by MTN MAN
    hmm can u like order a truckload of clay dirt?
    yeah you can but it might be hard to get it to mix right. Might be better if you just build the jumps out of those

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    Summers here, get out of the skate park and dig

    Trails are where its at...

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    Who digs in the summer? Winter is building season.

    But seriously those trails are sick !!!!

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    Those trails are beautiful and look like a lot of fun! Found this on the ridemonkey forums...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXneedmountain
    Those trails are beautiful and look like a lot of fun! Found this on the ridemonkey forums...
    Kids have some skills...but their balls are bigger than their brains

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    doh sorry that wasn't really trails sorry about that meant to post in the video section lol...Anywhooo I finally manned up and built a small double and realized I didn't have enough run up room so now I'm looking for another spot

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    Hope

    So I saw this pile of dirt on the way home, and some unattended construction supplies next to it.... 15 min later..... Yea, I know its crude and the sand was full of rocks and soft like sponge cake (hence the wood)

    So other than "don't ride it" any suggestions ?





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    WOOOOA!

    Did they make those with a spoon and a knife? they'ra like so....so...PERFECT! lol
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    Digging!

    Been spending 90% of my riding time lately digging and it's paying off. We finished the landing he's standing on and almost done with the next hit. It'll be just right of the jump I'm going off and split to 3 lines from there. A couple of those lines need some freshening up, still work to do.
    $hit's going to be ridiculous soon. Now go forth and dig!
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    big bike jumps =]
    Dirt jumps come and go, but dirt junkies will dig forever.

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    i think they used a mold or somethin. anyway... i was wondering where you can get some cheap boards at to mak some simple cinder block jumps. i just started makin jumps and the only thing ive done is clear somme weeds off of my local jump park (its a legal one) and moved some rocks out of the way. the place is rocky as hell.

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    I'm working on a secret spot right now, hoping for it to rain soon.... perhaps I'll upload some pics once its finished... hope it turns out good =]

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    dude i know...that is pretty sick, i wish there were some of those around my area haha

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    Basset Trails, I didn't build them to begin with but I do my share of working on them.
















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    Quote Originally Posted by MTN MAN
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    heres my 1st jump made out of dirt i made. is there anything wrong with it or anything?


    nice jump dude you got it

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    Smile Shock and Awe

    Dirtrider202: This is the photo of the week! Awe and Shock! My girlfriend and I debated where your driverside foot was pointed (noob to dirt jumping) ... keep at it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    i miss these places. stupid tree huggers...

    westlake? I went back there a few weeks ago, saw about 6 deer hanging around where the jumps were. sad to see it gone
    SEND IT TO THE MOON!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckoW
    Porter and a dirt quarter on the Swiss Nationals DH track

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    These are mine ive been workin on for a little while by my self. They arnt nearly as big as some of these but they sure are fun and are getting bigger as i get back into it..


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    Quote Originally Posted by TortugaTonta
    Summers here, get out of the skate park and dig

    Trails are where its at...

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    i want to go to this kids house...

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    legal trails in downtown chicago. three lines of dirtjumps and a large pumptrack with tables.

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    I just built a new park for a resort on the Italian speaking side of Switzerland. Here are some pics.












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    Quote Originally Posted by buckoW
    I just built a new park for a resort on the Italian speaking side of Switzerland. Here are some pics.
    Nice work! Those look really really fun.
    That hip on the right (and in the first pic) looks great.

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    flawless job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slingerzz
    Quote Originally Posted by cully
    well here's some from chi town, we got some good rain yesterday and built like crazy, these things are completly different from one week to the next. but well see how the new set up goes when it drys out.


    those look awesome, are those secret, private, or public jumps cause ill probably be heading up to chicago some this summer and those look like they'd be a lot of fun!

    Public, free, and right in the city. Check out the website with location and more info. http://www.thegardenjumps.com/

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    hey im new on here but are any of you guys from texas around the dallas area and do you guys know of any trails around there i know of some but not to many...ill get pics up of some of my trails in a little while

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    Here is the Local Dual Slalom track in Columbia Missouri:














    Here are the local Dirt Jumps in St. Louis. Free, legal, quality jumps. Doesnt get any better:
















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    Lil too lazy to embed the pics with my laptop but here's the link of what I did last winter...

    http://iggz.pinkbike.com/album/Locs-on-Spokez/

    Just wait for this one ;]
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    haha zenki, i was just scrolling through the pics and it took me a while to realize that you posted up some pics of crazy 8s....you ride out there much?

    This is my buddy jumping over something Toothless Tim (in background) set on fire:

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggiebiker
    nicest dub i ever seen, stolen from the flybikes site



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    Nice! A work of art right there!
    And a beer bong for the lady?

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    Here is a coupe of jumps in Houston, TX. These are known as The anthills. Their is 2 lines, 1 small line and 1 big flow line (4 big double) is now pretty sick. Ill get some pics another time.
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    SEND IT TO THE MOON!!!!!!!!

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    Here are a few pics of my 11 year old son ripping.....









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    A video and a pic of my son hucking two different 10' gaped ledge drops:



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    Quote Originally Posted by buckoW
    I just built a new park for a resort on the Italian speaking side of Switzerland. Here are some pics.

    interesting park, I like the cow jumps LOL
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    New local trails complete with a 8-10 foot dirt quarter pipe!!





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    chillipepper1 - your son has some skills! You must be proud!

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    Nice jumps

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    ^^ Your kids a bad ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiliPepper1
    Here are a few pics of my 11 year old son ripping.....
    Your kids a bad ass!

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    I think you guys need to see some epic dirt jumps.

































    That's all for now. I'll get some more later on. Got about 200 more pictures.

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    Just got back into riding bikes after years of no biking. I just bought a KHS DJ24 because I didn't want a BMX or fullsize MTB so I thought the DJ would be a great toy. I live in the Southern California area in the Inland Empire and was wondering if there were any good places to ride and jump nearby. If anyone is in this area please let me know! Thanks!

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    sickkkk park

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    eugene as in eugene OREGON?

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    it's really sick to see some of my local jumps in the "epic dirt jumps" post (although they're probably the ones that might not quite belong). Fun fun fun jumps regardless.
    "Don't just huck yourself: be skilled, be trained, be ready, be prepared, then give 'er." -Dylan Tremblay

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    My first jump

    Well a while back i found a pile of gravel that seemed very tempting. It's my first ever jump and it's an ongoing work of progress. I just snapped these pictures really quick so the quality isn't that great, i'll get some nice pictures of the lip and landing soon. Lemme know what you think.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Work in Progress!!

    LOOKING FOR FEEDBACK!!
    I just started building these DJ's a couple weeks ago! It's my first time building DJ's in a track style. I've built single kickers but never planned out a track. The dirt was already there in just rough junk mounds with concrete and trash in them. I have spent 29 hours myself and 17 hours my brother has put into this project so far! We have no water source so it's bringing buckets and coolers on a truck to the closest road then carrying them in and watering with a small cup and bucket with holes drilled in it to make it "rain"!! Ha Haaa!!

    There's nothing "big" or dangerous, just a 4.5/5 foot table and a 3 foot table that are both "3 Ways". We also have a small rythm line begun with a 3.5 foot table lead in. It's all coming together slowly but surely!! Unfortunaltely I have shoulder surgery next week and this project will be put on hold for another 4-6 months!!

    Here's what we have so far!! The pictures are a little out-dated as I have went in and manucured all of the jumps and they are "SOLID" now!! It's been a lot of fun for my kids and myself so far!! Just trying to figure out where to go with it next!

    Cheers!!

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    Here's a link to the rest of my pics of the track!! It shows most of everything as it sits now!! The track doesn't have much if any elevation drop! Pretty much flat!!
    Still a lot digging and tamping to be done!! This won't be done until late spring/summer 2011!! Stay tuned on the HOOLIGANZ DJ's!!

    http://rockymountainhooliganz.shutte.../pictures/4983

    Cheers!!

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    Here's some more pics I have put on Shutterfly!!!

    http://rockymountainhooliganz.shutte.../pictures/4983

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    Very nice stuff. Why do some people have carpet and rugs on their jumps and landings?

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