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    just wondering if anyone else in this area would like to see more aggressive type riding/some "freeride" type stuff...they kinda tried with there skills course at whiteclay,but i wish we had more.there are some areas aroud there that wouldnt be back for it.i dont know anyone else have any thoughts on this??

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    i know what u mean man in virginia there isnt to many freeride trails there more xc oriented. i would love to see some drops, jumps, ns stuff. id liek to build some but im afraid it would get taken down so it might not be worth it
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    ya i thought about trying to set up my own stuff,but there is stuff posted everywhere about staying on the trail and not messing with them...so i know its the rite thing not too.plus the groups around here puts mad effort into the trails.

    im trying to see who i could contact abotu this.i dont mean i want all out downhill trails,but some more man made obstacles and what not

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd13
    ya i thought about trying to set up my own stuff,but there is stuff posted everywhere about staying on the trail and not messing with them...so i know its the rite thing not too.plus the groups around here puts mad effort into the trails.

    im trying to see who i could contact abotu this.i dont mean i want all out downhill trails,but some more man made obstacles and what not

    wakefield park trails has some wooden bridges but where they are setup there not even needed really. they do make it more fun and there somethign to look forward to on the trail.wakefield could be what your lookign for but id liek to see some drops, and jumps along the way. any guys that ride wakefield share my opinion?
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