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    new pump track pics

    so this is my recently built pump track. its an oval with 2 rollers on one side then a tall table on the other. then i added a burm in the center of the oval that you cross the track to hit. its a tite little track thats fun to ride. you get a little dizzy goin around it







    random pic of me jumpin a ramp set up in my drive way.

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    That Pump Track needs a puke bucket...holy crap talk about dizzying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptordude
    That Pump Track needs a puke bucket...holy crap talk about dizzying.
    haha. maby you would need one if you did more than 10 laps around it. i just get dizzy then turn around and go the other way.

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    how many sq. feet does your track take up? is it ~ 20' x 30'?
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    ya it is proably around 20x30 maby a little under. but i am going to take down a fence and make our garden smaller so i can build the track up more.

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    That looks like pretty easily moved dirt? You should build like a nice big double. That's what I'd do. If I didn't live in suburbia

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    ya i plan on buildin a couple dubs when i make the area bigger.

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    here are some more pics pics the track. now that it is all packed, you can really rip around it.






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    looks sick

    i wish i had a yard to build in

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    Ya sweet pump track, my friends and I made one with a skid steer(mini bulldozer) and a mini excavator(bull dozer but instead of plow it has an arm with a scoop) its pretty sick I will try and get some pictures of it.

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    I'm into this new pump track thing. I'm trying to talk a friend of mine into building one in his backyard, since the hood I'm in has a ghey-azz HOA that would sh!t Twinkies if I did it in my yard. It looks like a great way to "work out". (I can't go to the gym, it's just way too boring)
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    dude you need a helmet... otherwise... nice setup you got there in the back yard... XD

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    Killer... nice work.

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    nice! I wish I had a placae to build a pump track. They look so much fun.
    you have more ppics of that 'ramp set' ??

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    The best thing about pump tracks is that once you get one going you can usually add to it without much trouble. Nice work!
    Can't keep track anymore - Giant, Santa Cruz, Pivot, Yeti, Norco, Salsa, Intense - if it rolls on dirt I like it :thumbsup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpercussive
    dude you need a helmet... otherwise... nice setup you got there in the back yard... XD
    If he needs a helmet for the pump track then he should also wear it driving a car, taking a dump, oh and don't even think about walking up any stairs without one on...

    I think we can let pump tracks slide for the helmet police.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbames190

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    very cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    The best thing about pump tracks is that once you get one going you can usually add to it without much trouble. Nice work!
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