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    Logan Canyon trails/stunts

    I've heard rumors of shore-style stunts in Logan Canyon, and some sweet trails. Anyone have beta? Thanks!

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    What are shore style stunts?

    Sweet trails, yes.

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    Bridges, teeter-totters, etc...basically man-made stunts...

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    That's news to me

    If there are set-ups for "shore-style jumps", I sure haven't heard a thing about them.

    But ya, there are some sweet trails.

    Slow and steady gets you...7th place.


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    The only things I have seen are the bridges built across streams and rivers, and puncheons across marshy areas. I wouldn't even call those stunts. That's about it, and I've ridden alot of local trails.

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    There is some stuff in logan. Decent sized doubles, a 9' ladder drop, and a step down ladder road gap. This may be what you've heard of. Not in logan canyon but close to it. It's a fun area to ride and is getting better.

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