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    New to Wisconsin

    hey everyone,

    I am now living in Oshkosh Wisconsin. Its really flat...tear tear......anyway im going to start my search for a good freeride area to build at. my bike is arriving sunday. so i think next weekend will be the first time i get to really ride. If anyone want to go riding just sent me a private message. I plan on going to dells this next weekend for vertical illusions. any suggestions? Also im picking up a spezialized p2 for DJ this upcoming weekend. so that will be an option as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by Formerbmx37
    so if a put a card in my spokes could i trick people in to thinking my bike is good

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    yea the kosh is really flat, pretty much sucks, nordic mountain has some dh/fr i just rode there this past weekend with the lifts running, it was a ton of fun, they have 3 or 4 runs, i think 2 dh 2 fr

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    I moved to Neenah this past November.

    Let me know if you find anywhere to build or DJ.
    Disclaimer: I fix bikes for a living.

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    i 2nd that, there are no trails anywhere in oshkosh, id die for some djs or techy stuff

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    If you can make the trip up to green bay, baird creek has a kind of DJ park and some crazy downhill sections, lots of techy stuff... was there on Sat. and there seems to be another new trail, I'll post some pics when I go home for lunch or later tonight. Don't do much jumping myself but there seems to be some pretty sweet terrain for it.

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