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    Brian Head Update

    Since I spend a fair amount of time riding the Southern Utah trails and will soon become a full time resident I thought I would pass out some info I received from the new trail manager at Brian Head. It all sounds good ……I did mention me and the wife enjoy big high speed bermed turns and jumps. Time to send in a few suggestions.


    Future plans for next year include opening another chairlift with its own network of trails including a flow trail and more jumps. This year I've been concentrating a lot of effort into reconstructing our Wildflower DH trail and adding a bunch of bermage just for you - a dozen so far and counting... Should be completed just in time for the Flyin Brian in 3 weeks, but totally doable now.
    See you soon!
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    Good to know. I plan to check I out next season

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    It's about time! We were at the BH Bike Park last September and it really needs some new 'Trail Blood'.
    "The secret of joy is the mastery of pain." (Anaïs Nin)

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    A Small Bit More Trail Information

    After stumbling around the Brain Head website I went to Facebook, I only go there on very rare occasions but I may have to force myself to make more visits into this form of social cyberspace……strange new worlds, anyway found a link to a press release with a little more information.
    Press Release: Brian Head Resort (Utah) Announces MTB Expansion Plan | Enduro Mountainbike Magazine

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    Woohoo! Ken and Bruce are great guys, more trails=winning.
    I like bikes.

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    Brian Head is looking for trail volunteers.

    Volunteers Needed For New Flow Trail
    Riding Fat and still just as fast as I never was.

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    Great Work

    Here is a Brian Head Flow Trail progress report. Scroll down and pick photos to expand and see more. Looks wonderful!!


    https://www.facebook.com/BrianHeadLi...ed_target_id=0

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    A dozen berms on Wildflower? Not a chance. I rode it 2 days ago and there was one tiny "berm" if you want to call it that.

    The flow trail off the other lift looks promising though. My friend and I put in 4 hours of volunteer work there 2 days ago and it has a lot of potential.

    *edit* They have put more berms on the bottom half of Wildflower...
    Last edited by QuenteK25; 08-12-2013 at 08:29 AM.

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    Here are a few more photos with a different look than what is posted on facebook.

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