Check out these LLB-designed pump tracks — one advanced and one beginner — in the town of EagleVail, CO.
My wife, girls and I will be riding there this weekend!
Check out this pair of pump tracks I designed for a 5-star resort on the coast of Portugal.
These tracks were built by the resort’s construction crew — and they look fun!
The beach view isn’t bad either.
A new member of Pump Track Nation shared this note from his wife:
This track is as old as The Bugs, which makes it almost five years young. Finally, here are some riding videos: one of the kids, one of the dads.
Does your school have a pump track?
This one does, and it is sweet.
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The next track: 2010 Sea Otter! That’s still one of my faves.
I have been building a pump track today from your Welcome to Pump Track Nation instructions and it is going great except for this one corner. It is a 180 turn and I enter the turn at about 10 to 15 mph but I exit the turn going 1 mph and I can almost not make it up the roller. The turn is about 6 feet from the enter to exit, it isn’t very tall and when I am in the turn my bars are close to the ground. Can I gain more speed out of the turn if I build it taller. I have little trouble making the turn but it slows me down and all the other berms I gain speed and they are taller. Or would I just have to change the berm?
Check out this experimental device from Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, in Florence, Italy.