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    Some trail shots - location classified

    Been meaning to get photos on this trail for a while and here they are!

    View from the top



    Dropping in


    Getting techy right off the bat


    This thing looks a lot scarier from the top, too windy, not gonna do it today


    View from the top, landings not narrow but if you go off the side it's a couple hundred feet to the bottom


    Hitting the sandstone


    Awesome bedding


    Little roll-drop


    Wrapped up the night by trying to pedal the gankiest bike ever


    And of course, bonfire and beers ensued.


    Anybody wants to hit it up with us drop me a PM.
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    wow........nice trail......love to ride that
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    Looks like a riot. I'm dying to find something shuttleable to cut the teeth of my new big bike on.

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    One more, this pic was taken a little late but the trail actually runs down the face of the sandstone cliff behind the rider. It's all roll-drop-roll-drop to get down it.


    There is a ton more stuff we didn't get on digital, will take more pics next time, plan on running this trail all summer this year.
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    Nice, looks like fun.

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    (whistle) nice that is sick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutchman83
    Been meaning to get photos on this trail for a while and here they are!

    Anybody wants to hit it up with us drop me a PM.
    This is what everyone who posts pics of a stealth location should say. Kudos to you.
    Most of the other threads like this should more or less be called, 'Look at pics of a trail that none of you all can ride. Neener neener!'

    Very nice trail/location and I could probably speak for everyone by saying thanks for the invite. If I'm ever out West, I'll definitely hit you up.
    Jump it onto something off of something or over something.

    There's more to freeriding than dirt jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutchman83
    hit me up.
    doing the summer tour for 3 weeks end of July....going to 7 resorts in canada.....maybe we can hit that place up ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    doing the summer tour for 3 weeks end of July....going to 7 resorts in canada.....maybe we can hit that place up ....
    I may not be in town but I can direct you to some peeps who can show you the trail I think. Doing geology field work east of Mono Lake in July and August... can anybody say Mammoth Mountain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutchman83
    I may not be in town but I can direct you to some peeps who can show you the trail I think. Doing geology field work east of Mono Lake in July and August... can anybody say Mammoth Mountain?
    could meet you there in august
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    could meet you there in august
    Awesome! I need to figure out when I'll have time off, I'll get back to you and find out what dates are available to go ride.
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    I hope you all know how lucky you are to have such an amazing place to ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by one incredible donkey
    I hope you all know how lucky you are to have such an amazing place to ride
    get out in build.....I have seen incredible stuff built in a 10 foot wash basin.....man if someone can build stuff with that low of height difference then you can build anything anywhere
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    I plan on riding that trail this year. Been planning on it for a while.

    Is the exposure off the sides as crazy as I hear? Doesn't look too bad to me.

    Definitely one of the best trails you can ride in Montana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    doing the summer tour for 3 weeks end of July....going to 7 resorts in canada.....maybe we can hit that place up ....
    Please tell me what you do for a living, or are you sponsored? Tours like you are doing usually carry a 4 digit price tag with them.

    get out in build.....I have seen incredible stuff built in a 10 foot wash basin.....man if someone can build stuff with that low of height difference then you can build anything anywhere
    Exactly, the park my friend and I built is on a 210' x 420' (2 acre) lot with about a 15-20' height difference from one side to the other. You can check the stuff, and plenty of others' in the Insane Stunts thread.


    OP, sorry for the hijack. I was just reiterating SMT's point about building area.
    Jump it onto something off of something or over something.

    There's more to freeriding than dirt jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    get out in build.....I have seen incredible stuff built in a 10 foot wash basin.....man if someone can build stuff with that low of height difference then you can build anything anywhere
    I was actually speaking more of the general scenery - it's beautiful. I can't build mountains

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoPawn
    I plan on riding that trail this year. Been planning on it for a while.

    Is the exposure off the sides as crazy as I hear? Doesn't look too bad to me.

    Definitely one of the best trails you can ride in Montana.
    The pics don't really convey the scope. It's quite intimidating, we still haven't hit half the stunts on that trail because everything is massive. Hopefully be able to have it dialed by the end of summer.

    And yeah, um Montana, right!
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    Looks like a great place for three friends to have a sick ride.

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