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    possible freeride country

    i went excursioning in the woods yesterday and found several potential features that would need to be developed but other than that would be huck-able one was a huge log that fell and crossed a small river i was wondering if anyone had ideas about turning the log into a bridge without getting hypothermia and making it wide enough to ride on i will take pics tomaro and post em thanks any ideas are welcome also if you have any log transformations they would be apreciated
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    find log, ride it
    unless its that other kind of log then I would step over/around/flush it

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    Have you tried any of the other mountain biking websites? Oh I don't know Pinkbike for instance? For some reason I get the feeling you would fit in over there.
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    hahaha

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    Nice run on

    Quote Originally Posted by blooregard
    i went excursioning in the woods yesterday and found several potential features that would need to be developed but other than that would be huck-able one was a huge log that fell and crossed a small river i was wondering if anyone had ideas about turning the log into a bridge without getting hypothermia and making it wide enough to ride on i will take pics tomaro and post em thanks any ideas are welcome also if you have any log transformations they would be apreciated
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    best way to avoid hypothermia is stay out of water....that being said just ax scruff the log for grip
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    best way to avoid hypothermia is stay out of water....that being said just ax scruff the log for grip
    that sounds good. thanks
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