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    [FONT=Arial Black]Some Pictures This Week[/FONT]

    Here are some shots from jumping on Tuesday. Sorry LBR but no style yet, it was our first time hitting these jumps. Thanks Dave, Gabe, Chris, Mike, and "Broken-Foot" Johnny. (Young gun on the BMX broke his foot that day.)
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    Here are some more!
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    Just a few more, I promise.
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    Last one!
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    NIce shots!

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    That looks like a sweet spot. WHere is it?
    go to WWW.NJDIRT.COM

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2stepDH
    That looks like a sweet spot. WHere is it?
    StinkyOne gets to a computer about once a week. He's around a computer about 6 days a week, but you know how it is.... I think this place of his isin the Fountain Valley/Huntington Beach area of SoCal....

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    you guys are good at died sailers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantAC1
    you guys are good at died sailers.
    Let's look at it this way, at least they can jump better than you can spell.
    So, guys that have been dirt jumping big doubles for a few months should be doing big x-ups and tailwhips eh? Thanks for pointing that out. You are special.

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    This is the first time that any of these guys, with the exception of Chris and Mike, have ever hit a double bigger than 5 by 10. This was really the first day that we were able to hit both jumps. I threw out an X-up on both jumps since these pictures were taken. I will get some shots of it for you.
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    Please Stinker...don't bother appeasing him...
    He's likely an X-games junkie who thrives on big truck drivers by the "Nasty One" and turn downs by Ryan Nyquist. Don't throw your "pearls" before "swine."

    Quote Originally Posted by StinkyOne
    This is the first time that any of these guys, with the exception of Chris and Mike, have ever hit a double bigger than 5 by 10. This was really the first day that we were able to hit both jumps. I threw out an X-up on both jumps since these pictures were taken. I will get some shots of it for you.

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    Good shots! I tried putting up a ladder a few times on the other side of the ravine (by the day care center), but it got torn down a few times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hbfrdh1
    Good shots! I tried putting up a ladder a few times on the other side of the ravine (by the day care center), but it got torn down a few times.
    I actually saw that ladder (at least what was left of it) for the first time the other day. Where do you normally ride? We should meet up sometime. I've just been working on this spot for a couple months and when it is finished it should be pretty good (about 6 doubles). Bad news is that some guys on 50's rode it the other day and messed it up pretty good. I need some enforcers out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StinkyOne
    This is the first time that any of these guys, with the exception of Chris and Mike, have ever hit a double bigger than 5’ by 10’. This was really the first day that we were able to hit both jumps. I threw out an X-up on both jumps since these pictures were taken. I will get some shots of it for you.
    Hey Stinkola, that is fantastic stuff. Keep going at it and do what makes you happy. In the end, only that, your family, and God matter.

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    Yeah, I saw that too...

    when I went there the other day. Seems like the jumps are more for BMX style than MTB, but maybe that's just cuz I'm used to jumps with not so much lip. E-mail me...I'd love to bring a shovel and help you dig.

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