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    Addicted ...

    It's an addiction, we just can't stop working on the trails at Sugarbush ...


    Coach Hersey scoping the new log ride on #10 in Eden


    Riding!


    And flowing through a new section complete with sweet berms


    A rollover on #14


    And a new pump track that we put in yesterday. Many thanks to Nate, our terrain park manager and Jason, the Stowe Bike Park manager for all their help.


    Testing the track. Our dirt sets up very quickly, but 30 seconds of settling wasn't enough. It should be sweet by Saturday though, especially with a little rain last night.

    Come on up!

    John

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    sick...

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    Thanks for noticing, Joe.

    This got finished yesterday.









    Enjoy! We're open until October 7th.

    John

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    the wooden berm looks very well built. I would love to hit that.

    Diggin is infectious

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    that wooden berm does look like a **** load of fun
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    definately looks mighty fun.......what state is that place??? and city too
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    Sugarbush. Vermont. There isn't a town in the entire state that qualifies as a "city." We've only got 600,000 people total. Yes, that's less a few blocks in Manhattan. But that's why we are so relaxed. And chill. And mellow.

    Come on up!

    John

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    The builders of the wooden berm-coaster are Christian Jaquith, Carl Lackey and Simon BarSinister. In addition to patrolling at SB/MRG and Mount Washington, Christian is an instructor at Yestermorrow Design/Build School and has built tree-houses professionally. Wait until you see what happens next ...

    http://www.emberphoto.com/home/page_id=10985

    Another recent photo, non-wood, but cool composition. More to come!

    John
    Last edited by atkinson; 09-04-2007 at 09:44 AM.

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    Vermont-Where the women are men and the sheep are scared.
    good riding there

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    Nice work. That wood berm is sweet - just watch out when it's wet!

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