prospect and shields dirtjumps - TRAIL

prospect and shields dirtjumps - Trail, fort collins, Colorado

7 jump rhythm, couple other large doubles we have just started making jumps there

User Reviews (7)

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MTBiker483   Racer [Nov 22, 2008]

Where is this? Oh yeah, the last comment left here was 4 years ago, I'm a little late! If anybody knows if these are still here I would like to know how to get to them, I've been in the area a lot and haven't seen squat!

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3
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big_johnson   Racer [Nov 27, 2004]

I don't know what these other guys are talking about. Can't carry enough momentum on a MTB? You must either suck at jumping or be too weak to pedal hard enough. My buddies and I have been going to these jumps often lately, and have started building them up, or adding new, sick jumps. Anyone who hasn't been there lately should check it out, its been totally transformed. Great for mt bikes now. It requires a lot of sprinting to hit the jumps with enough speed, but its worth the effort.

Customer Service

Start off with the line on the left, then hit whatever your cahones are big enough to handle ;)

Similar Products Used: BMX track, foothills trail (if you like climbing)
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5
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3
bentimby   Downhiller [Sep 09, 2004]

I can do the biggest ones in the back right on my moutain bike w/ dj3's 5" of travel so i think its definitly possible(dont listen to the first review). but i just went there (9/7/04) and its really growing over w/ weeds. the only thing worth jumping there are some 6' gaps. check out my team page for more rides: www.freewebs.com/blacknblueridingcrew.

Customer Service

prospect and shields, go south on shields and turn left into first street alongside apartments called landmarks. its on the right at the end of that road.

Similar Products Used: cehck out my site www.freewebs.com/blacknblueridingcrew
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2
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3
jbaum90   Weekend Warrior [Aug 09, 2004]

This location is a disaster for mountain bikes. Sure, if you have a BMX bike, you'll have a bit of fun, but frankly the mountain bike is too big and heavy to get enough momentum to clear 80% of the jumps. You'll wind up racking yourself hard. There's a few where you can grab some air, but it's not worth it. You're better bet is to hit the BMX course out at Edora park on East Prospect. Even better, go hit a real trail up in the valley.

Customer Service

far far away from it

Similar Products Used: Youngs, Hewlitt's, Dadd's, Coyote Ridge, etc, etc, etc...
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1
bpatterson6   Downhiller [Apr 14, 2004]

It's a good start at some dirt Jumps. But you cant carry any momentum to jump.

Customer Service

All are fairly decent starts at creating dirt jumps.

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3
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3
Jason Metzler   [Jul 07, 2001]

I am really bad at jumping so I can't do anything else.

Customer Service

I like the jump on the far right.

Similar Products Used: horsetooth
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4
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jared gard   [Oct 14, 2001]

one medium 6 pack bout 5 foot high through to a tiny little 6 pack bout 2 foot high 1 realy deep inground
seperate small 8 pack there good for everyone because three sizes small bigger and big

Customer Service

in the big reserve across from mooroolbark east primary school

Similar Products Used: everywere
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