Looking at possibly purchasing a Yeti 575. I am 5’8” and a mid aggressive rider. I like to descend and climb Cross Country and Super D type riding. What else should I look at for comparison? Pros and cons?
You might recall our relocating a huge pile of dirt at The Fix jumps to satisfy the city of Boulder. That was a heck of a project, and—guess what—we get to do it again.
Some characters in Charlotte, NC downloaded pump-track plans from this site and have built a sweet one of their own.
Today we rode motorbikes at the Berthoud motocross complex—with its handful of tracks and scribble of trails—and let me say this: What a day!
Check out this pump track action in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. So far five people have dug for 30 hours—and it’s looking good.
20MB Windows Media file – Right click to download. Nice flow.
www.dirtclowns.com – Looks like they have a fun scene.
Oh yeah. Now you too can “go to 11.”
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The City of Boulder has been trying to get rid of The Fix’s dirt jumps since they were built. We’ve already spent thousands interpreting the law and moving invisible lines. A few weeks ago, we had to move a huge pile of dirt.
For the past 34 years, Share-A-Gift has been collecting toys, books and bikes and giving them to 3,000 kids in the Boulder area. Each year, local bike mechanics fix up the donated bikes. Tonight we dialed 145 of ‘em.
Question: Should I practice with flat pedals? Answer: Yes.
While many dirt jump spots are still being plowed, more and more communities are dedicating spaces to our favorite form of self expression. Here are three success stories.
Pending court case could force cities to adopt “industry standards”—or break out the bulldozers.