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    Pics from the IT Trail

    Took these first two this morning of my buddy Scott on a secret trail called IT near Zion. The second 2 were taken this morning also, at the bottom of a trail called Earnim, which is on the same mesa as flying monkey.
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    very cool....stuff...I have to make a trip...looks way much fun
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    nice pics. vpfree in action.
    i've heard good things about that flinging monkey poo trail
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    Nice...
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    Nice pics. Where's the landing on that last pic?
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    i thought i looked like an ASX
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    It's a roadgap. The landing is just on the other side of the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    Yeah the bike in the pic is an ASX.
    i thought you were riding a vpfree?

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    its a "roadgap" theres no road!

    Quote Originally Posted by dUbMaN
    Nice pics. Where's the landing on that last pic?
    it looks to me like he gaps the flat and lands on the downside barely visible on the right.

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    Yeah the bike in the pic is an ASX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vardiel
    it looks to me like he gaps the flat and lands on the downside barely visible on the right.
    looks like an old road to me... with some sort of pipe running on the uphill side of the road...

    looks like fun to me too!

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    Pic # 2

    Zion?

    Woot
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    That is Zion in the background. The IT trail is located on the Mesa just east of Grafton Mesa.

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    I guess I should have called it a "road stepdown". You just over the old gravel road, and land on the slope just on the other side of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    It's a roadgap. The landing is just on the other side of the road.
    Awesome, looks like it's a pretty good place to ride .
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    That is Zion in the background. The IT trail is located on the Mesa just east of Grafton Mesa.
    Purty.

    That stuff ridable in the winter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kidwoo
    Purty.

    That stuff ridable in the winter?
    Yeah, there were only a handful of days when it was unrideable this past winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    That is Zion in the background. The IT trail is located on the Mesa just east of Grafton Mesa.
    Zion is kewl........... last time I was there:
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