You'd be fine on a 6" bike, there's stuff for just about any bike / rider there.PMAC said:This looks like a good time, but my DH bike is gone.. Are they renting any good DH bikes at the stone or should I try it with my 6inch prophet??
It is pretty odd - "Jaws" looks more like "Goldfish" in the sequence shot, and the rock drop looks like it's about 2' when veiwed from the bottom. Regardless, it's all great fun and definitely worth checking out.Renegade said:It's funny how my perspective of the rock drop changes with the view. In the first pic, taken from below the drop, it looks moderate, and the ramp low angled. In the fourth pic, taken near the lip, the drop looks huge, and the ramp real steep. Guess I'll have to scope it out personally when I get there!
What's your name? You don't know my brother, Matt Baden, do you? I only ask because he lives in Manhattan, KS. He was telling me about a guy (Jesse, or some other "J" name) who he rode with out there. Matt rides an '03 AC1.jdude said:Thanks for the pics! I'm going there again in a few weeks. CAN'T WAIT!
Cowboy Up down from the lifts: great section of trail! I'd love to see way more stuff like that, rather than just more drop stuff (yeah, some of ya'll will want to stone me for that comment......shabadu said:Yesterday (7/2)
Cowboy up is flowing super well with the rebuilt berms, the double on PIF is super fun. I'm stoked! Ready to go do it again tomorrow. Nice work Keystone, after riding at Derr Valley for a few years, its nice to see some progress actually occur.