bromley racing loop and dh course - TRAIL

bromley racing loop and dh course - Trail, Manchester, Vermont

muddy singletrack and open ski trail riding nice singletrack for xc. the dh course is a secret but you can squeeze it out of the locals for fun (it is an extention of the xc downhill with some nice sigle track and fast work road. there is two nice drop ins but dont expect a super hairy ncs downhill bike course with clif drops n shit. just expect flowing downhill singletrack that is fun to pracice speed on without worrying about the six fotter in front of you

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ricky   [Oct 20, 2000]

wipe the pus off your screen and go to bed.

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this trail was posted by a pimply faced 14 year old.
come on you can't even spell mountain never mind vertical.

Similar Products Used: none here go home
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john   [Nov 06, 2000]

xc trail rules!! the downhill is reall nice to take fast on my freeride bike.
the hill that goes streaight up the trail is hard

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yo ricky review the trail not the kids learning diabliity

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sam   [Nov 07, 2000]

this is an awsome trail! i havnt found the downhill extention yet but i know its there!it is a true race course because it is almost always muddy so it can separte the men from the boys. the decents are all in the woods whitch makes them better, and the climbs go straight up the plaza ski trail and only the fittest racers can mke it up without using the grany gear. on my f/s kona i ride on you cant make it up this
o yeah ricky suck my balls and come out and race me i will kick your ass. also review the trail instead of the kids grammer he can kick your ass at biking as well

Customer Service

take the loop its normal way or go up through the village for an easyer climb to get to the desents.

Similar Products Used: equinox, beech ridge plus winhall hollow (secret)
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Big Squirrel   [Apr 03, 2001]

Nice and Cute. Two words I never use when biking

Similar Products Used: Go see the boys at the Eiger and beg them to remove your training wheels and take you for a spin. You'll have to fill out a waiver first. Haa-Haa!
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