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    Link for some tech skills on Bogus

    (http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...arch&plindex=3)

    ^ The link above will take you to Google vid and shows one of the techiest guys on the planet demonstrating the essentials. On the right of the page there's a related link that shows all the skills you'll ever need without driving 16 miles into the mountains. I think your better off staying huge on the BMX track in Bogus using simple dismantle points on the structures. Set up ride times and have multiple riders able to put it back together. The youngsters are probably your worst enemy and will be the biggest draw to the track. You need to deter people from using it as a practice ground and keep it more as a trail. Most of the bigger freeride trails set up practice areas in a different locations to keep people from altering the jumps and dimantling them to create smaller ones. I raced BMX in its prime and saw it fall to commercialism in the mid 80's. It's nice to see the return of it and the term "freeride" sounds a little more soothing than "bicycle motocross" although it's way more. Red Bull seems to be turning it into a circus act which is exactly what Mt. Dew did to BMX. Here's a link to the full movie RAD if you want to see the demise of BMX:

    (http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...arch&plindex=0)

    If you plan on keeping it big I would be happy to donate time, money or whatever. Dismantle points and other deterrents would be easy to create. I have some other ideas on creating a more builder friendly course that would give a rider more than one option and the ability to choose their own fate.

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    Bogus freeride is nothing more than bogus!

    You definitely wont need any of these skills to ride the bogus basin free ride trail . My wife and I checked it out last weekend . All you need is a skate helmet, a camera and a bike with a hefty price tag . We’re surprised to see Bogus Basin allowing this sort of thing with no supervision . You can tell no time was spent on design or construction just like other areas they have built. My guess is they’ll be bored of the jumps in a few weeks and trash some other trail with new jumps. This free ride thing is a fad just like bmx was in it’s day. Xc is the way to go in these parts and the tricks you posted are not needed on any of the trails or the city. Reckless is what we call it and someone will get hurt. Make sure you get a good pose for the camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCorleave
    You definitely wont need any of these skills to ride the bogus basin free ride trail . ... Xc is the way to go in these parts and the tricks you posted are not needed on any of the trails or the city. Reckless is what we call it and someone will get hurt. Make sure you get a good pose for the camera

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    Ahhhh

    Not Even Worth It

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    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCorleave
    You definitely wont need any of these skills to ride the bogus basin free ride trail . My wife and I checked it out last weekend . All you need is a skate helmet, a camera and a bike with a hefty price tag . We’re surprised to see Bogus Basin allowing this sort of thing with no supervision . You can tell no time was spent on design or construction just like other areas they have built. My guess is they’ll be bored of the jumps in a few weeks and trash some other trail with new jumps. This free ride thing is a fad just like bmx was in it’s day. Xc is the way to go in these parts and the tricks you posted are not needed on any of the trails or the city. Reckless is what we call it and someone will get hurt. Make sure you get a good pose for the camera
    BMX "was" a fad? This can't be a serious post!

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    Good call on the Free ride is a fad dont know if you noticed the freeride trail on the slopes of bogus or not but it is here. All the soilers need to take a step back and realize that just becausse we are not seen doesnt mean that we are not here. No matter how much you dont like big jumps, skinnies or, drops, Boise has recognized this style of riding. See you out there!

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    what some people call freriding others call fun. The way some of these kids are riding in 5 years the frreride trail will be called XC. Its progression
    By not allowing the progression of trails your cheating everyone out of their potential.
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    the mountain bike link

    Its not a single track or a 20ft drop, but it’s all-relative.

    (vid link is out of order)

    Today it’s more about the bike rather than the rider (the point). If you gave me the choice of 1 10mile single track or a half, I’d take the half. I’ll be bored with the single track in a few weeks and have to create another. I won’t give details on the rest (my opinions) but the future is easy to see. What you don't know will never hurt you, can't wait for velopark.

    It’s all about having fun and respecting others choices and styles with openness, no matter what ya ride.


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    the bogus freeride trail is freakin fun.
    Quote Originally Posted by ilikemybike011
    You don't like a fork because it's popular? That's the most retarded reason I have ever heard of.

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    the bogus freeride trail is freakin fun.

    really complicated though
    Quote Originally Posted by ilikemybike011
    You don't like a fork because it's popular? That's the most retarded reason I have ever heard of.

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    some of these would be pretty useful on CP skillz park.
    Quote Originally Posted by ilikemybike011
    You don't like a fork because it's popular? That's the most retarded reason I have ever heard of.

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    some of these would be pretty useful on bomber4x's skillz park.
    Quote Originally Posted by ilikemybike011
    You don't like a fork because it's popular? That's the most retarded reason I have ever heard of.

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