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hay... does any one know of any good dirt jumps in sonoma or santa rosa???
I have started building some near the charter school in boys hot spring part of sonoma. so far all i have is a 15 foot table top about 5 feet high. its effective but it gets kinda boaring all by my self..... if any one wants to divulge any information as to the location of some other jumps that would be great :)
 

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hay... does any one know of any good dirt jumps in sonoma or santa rosa???
I have started building some near the charter school in boys hot spring part of sonoma. so far all i have is a 15 foot table top about 5 feet high. its effective but it gets kinda boaring all by my self..... if any one wants to divulge any information as to the location of some other jumps that would be great :)
You might have better luck on Ridemonkey.
 

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There's some in Rohnert Park in H section, but they look kinda run down.
I saw someone's nice new fiberglass handled shovel hidden in the bushes there, plus alot of carpet squares for the lips if that's your style.
Like I said, run down, but It could save someone alot of digging.....

There's also some jumps in Howarth/Spring Lake parks, but not dirt jumps, and nothing concentrated in one area. I wouldn't get caught digging there, heh.

I also heard that behind the skatepark in SR there are some dirtjumps somewhere.
 

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I also heard that behind the skatepark in SR there are some dirtjumps somewhere.
They are easy to find. I live almost next door to the skatepark and spent most of my teenage years hanging out there. I'm fairly sure the jumps need some maintenance. I've never counted but I'd say there are at least 10 doubles ranging from 4-7 feet. These are big jumps.

I'll give you directions: If you are heading northbound on fulton road you will want to ride on the left side of the street past the main entrance to the skatepark. You will soon see a back entrance to the skatepark that you will recognize by the concrete sidewalk leading in, keep going down fulton. After about 100 feet you will see what looks like a driveway off to the left, that leads to a gate that is closed. There is an entrance that is on the left of the gate that has a sign saying you can't dig anymore, or something to that effect. You will see a fairly wide dirt trail that leads south and then curves right leading west (the total length is maybe a few hundred feet, not very far). After the trail curves right and leads west on the right hand side you will see a whole bunch of jumps, that at this time of the year are probably fairly secluded by brush and whatnot, but you won't have any trouble seeing them regardless.

If you have any questions my e-mail is [email protected] and my name is Steve.

edit: The directions are if you are coming north from Guerneville road. The skatepark is in between Guerneville and Piner roads.
 

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i live in dixon, unless i make it to northstar, the only place i ride is pena adobe in vaca ville.. but it has potential, im thinking about building a d hill course aith all sorts of stunts but untill i find some locals to ride it with im not gonna start,,
 

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Op here. Building jumps and trails on private land here in Klamath Oregon now. Any locals interested?
seeing as how you're posting in the norcal forum I'm guessing no

Sounds cool tho, last time I drove through Klamath Falls with bikes on the truck I got to talking to a local guy who told me they have lots of fun trails around there. It surprised me a little, all I see on that section of highway is the steep eroded bluffs along Klamath Lake, but I can imagine that there's a lot of fun terrain nearby
 

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Ah. I'm not to familiar with posting yet. K Falls has moor park and Spence mountain. I'm out in sprague river there's tons of National forest trails. We own a propertie on the river in beatty where I'm building a jump track. Also word on the trails is chilloquin has approved a mtb skills park in that town. I'll try to up date in the appropriate section when construction begins as I'm volunteering my labor and construction skills.
 

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seeing as how you're posting in the norcal forum I'm guessing no

Sounds cool tho, last time I drove through Klamath Falls with bikes on the truck I got to talking to a local guy who told me they have lots of fun trails around there. It surprised me a little, all I see on that section of highway is the steep eroded bluffs along Klamath Lake, but I can imagine that there's a lot of fun terrain nearby
Spence Mountain is no joke. If it was in the Bay it would be the number one legal riding area.
 
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