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have you seen this one......this has to be the mecca of pumptracks. http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=266255
I still havent even tried a pumptrack.....this is the year. the MOB is going single speed and I am steppin it up.
 

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surly_an_instigator said:
have you seen this one......this has to be the mecca of pumptracks. http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=266255
I still havent even tried a pumptrack.....this is the year. the MOB is going single speed and I am steppin it up.
A little OT - Whats that stem on your bike, FSA? length/rise?

You guys got a Travis Brown 69er in your shop?
 

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come on over

once the weather warms up and the track dries up I would love to have you come over and try it out!!!
 

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You're welcome to try my track out any time. Except when you're not welcome to try it out;)

Damn, that place beats the crap out of mine!
 

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that guy's dj/pump course is seriously groomed. looks like it's made of clay, man!

surly of course mine is open to try - it's perfectly dry right now just needs a little love in one corner berm. PM me when ready.
 

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I started with a fsa fr-200 50mm (shown in pic) and moved to a 70mm with a 4 deg rise, front end pulls up lot easier, feels more in control. I thank you all for your invites, rest assured i will take you all up on those, and I am not against picking up a shovel when need, I will even bring the pork soda
oh!!! and we have a 69er on the way, soon is the best eta I could get.
 
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