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  1. #2501
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    It handles the mud better than lots of the Shoreline but still. Saw this pic from two weeks ago, prolly not really relevant but still.

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    It can get good when we have a nice couple week thaw. Mid February is the earliest I've hit it though.
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow, and flying through the air

  2. #2502
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    Went and played on different dirt toys. Looks like winter is coming back but it was a nice break for a day.

    I do wish I'd have gone and check out CC though, that dirt looks nice

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    The whole human race is de evolving; it is due to birth control, smart people use birth control, and stupid people keep pooping out more stupid babies.

  3. #2503
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukonrider View Post
    Went and played on different dirt toys. Looks like winter is coming back but it was a nice break for a day.

    I do wish I'd have gone and check out CC though, that dirt looks nice
    Sweet! Delle? I’m assuming EM and cherry creek are still too wet/snowy. I feel partially responsible for this stretch of snow since I drove to Ontario, OR on Thursday for a 300xcw.

  4. #2504
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    Quote Originally Posted by g_man80 View Post
    Sweet! Delle?
    Delle indeed. My first time out there so I don't know where anything is but the dirt was good, and it was pretty dry. I bet it still rides well, if you need a test ride
    The whole human race is de evolving; it is due to birth control, smart people use birth control, and stupid people keep pooping out more stupid babies.

  5. #2505
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukonrider View Post
    I do wish I'd have gone and check out CC though, that dirt looks nice]
    You're not missing shit. There isn't much rideable above Ghost Falls.

  6. #2506
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    some brown pow and the new new...

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    hopefully get some more going soon.

  7. #2507
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    The hits just keep coming...

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  8. #2508
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    It seems like POW Mo just is always on the cusp financially. More people at deer valley.

  9. #2509
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarsB View Post
    The hits just keep coming...

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    If much rather it be closed outright then to deal with all the detours and closures that we've seen at Solid and DV over the past few years.

  10. #2510
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    Ironic this announcement is after they have said that "we will be as good as Deer Valley in 5 years".........

  11. #2511
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    Quote Originally Posted by Touring_Sedan View Post
    If much rather it be closed outright then to deal with all the detours and closures that we've seen at Solid and DV over the past few years.
    Not me, I feel like that place soaks up 30+% of the weekend crowd and 50+% of the week day high school team traffic. If they stay closed completely the crowds elsewhere locally will be epic, or ikonic.

  12. #2512
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJG View Post
    Ironic this announcement is after they have said that "we will be as good as Deer Valley in 5 years".........
    Most people probably aren't going to interpret that the way they're thinking they will.

  13. #2513
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    Not me, I feel like that place soaks up 30+% of the weekend crowd and 50+% of the week day high school team traffic. If they stay closed completely the crowds elsewhere locally will be epic, or ikonic.
    I'm sure it took some kids and beaters off the trails, but if I spent 45 minutes driving somewhere to ride only to find a backhoe in the middle of my trail, I'd be pissed.

    Was it last year, or the year before when that dude nose dived into the construction at the base of PCMR? That airlift must have been pricey.

  14. #2514
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    Trail status was kept pretty up to date on their web site last season, there were occasional closures for maintenance etc. The concern I have is for the future for mountain biking for the public, as well as the bike park.

    For context in the direction the new owner is heading, lift access to 30% of the mountain will be taken away from the public next ski season. Reed Hastings is focusing on only two things - preparing to sell a ton of real estate and massive lift infrastructure projects to tout to the potential buyers. The statement about XC trails being open "whenever feasible" doesn't really give me any warm fuzzies. The Brim XC loop is by far the most popular trail and runs smack through most of where the new home site development is taking place.

    The El Doce race was cancelled months ago before any of the other announcements were made. I'm sure the NICA races will be impacted. The summer park crew was informed of their termination on Monday morning (via their payroll app) only an hour before the social media announcement came out. Just saw a Powder Mag article today where they pressed them on the reinstatement of the bike park for 2025, and they dodged the question. Not getting good vibes from any of this.
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  15. #2515
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    Is there anywhere in the valley with gentle enough rollers to take my toddler on his balance bike? Would 9line be appropriate?

    He is progressing faster than I expected and I’m at a loss for how much I should be letting him do. He’s starting to drop curbs and keeps teeing up relatively bigger hills. I would like to get him in an environment that forces him to safely practice moving his body on the bike and test the limits of steering/balance that isn’t pavement.

  16. #2516
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    There’s a pumptrack at the 9line bike park. I believe WVC installed a pump track too.


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  17. #2517
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthop View Post
    Is there anywhere in the valley with gentle enough rollers to take my toddler on his balance bike? Would 9line be appropriate?

    He is progressing faster than I expected and I’m at a loss for how much I should be letting him do. He’s starting to drop curbs and keeps teeing up relatively bigger hills. I would like to get him in an environment that forces him to safely practice moving his body on the bike and test the limits of steering/balance that isn’t pavement.
    Draper bike park has some suitable stuff over on the north east side of the dirt lot close to the flyover.


  18. #2518
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    The nine line as previously mentioned has a pretty mellow beginner pump track.
    Centennial Park in West valley looked pretty last time I checked it out before a kids hockey game, rc crawler park to boot!
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  19. #2519
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    Could also check out Popperton: Popperton Loop on Trailforks
    https://www.trailforks.com/trails/popperton-loop/

  20. #2520
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    Levitate and Vertigo are G2G. There are a few small dried rutted spots nut they were pretty obvious.
    When life gives you haters, make haterade.

  21. #2521
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfotex View Post
    Levitate and Vertigo are G2G. There are a few small dried rutted spots nut they were pretty obvious.
    Everything in Corner Canyon is open with the exception of upper Ann's, for obvious reasons.



  22. #2522
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    Lost lad is also dry. Someone did some work in the gully and it is running really well with a few new jumps/improved take offs for some of the small drops.

  23. #2523
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    Bountiful B is good to go. Also, I’ve been doing some work on the lower half so things are less chossy and rutted than usual.

  24. #2524
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    Evo is blowing out some demo bikes, they have one medium revel rail with xt and fox factory for $2400


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  25. #2525
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    I had my bike stolen from out of my carport this afternoon. Millcreek adjacent.

    Black Santa Cruz Bantam, single pivot 27.5. Pike and x2, skinny gravel tires, and an orange Thule baby seat on the front.

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