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Are the trails that you ride legal?

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apparently all the good things are illegal... except biking... biking should be illegal, then it would be the awesomest thing on earth!
 

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Dude, is Boyscout legal?

Is crack (the trail, not the drug) legal?

is Carlmont legal?

I can't think of anything else in your area, all the jumps in the Demo forest were debated and taken out, and put back by riders. It's a never ending cycle.

Are the jumps at post office legal?

hook up with some of the DH/FR dudes on the other side of the hill and they can help you find some options and maybe a group that can help you build some fun stuff close to home.

Reality is "if a trail has jumps, drops and features on it and it's not at a ski resort or mt. bike specific park, it's NOT legal"

The land managers may not do anything about it, but more often than not, the trails with jumps and drops were NOT built with permission.

Building "flowy" trails with jumps and features is an art form, not as easy as most people think, some people have a true talent for it, and others don't.
 

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Most all trails that are not resort and are fun are illegal around here.
 

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The trails around here are on public (Crown) land. They're generally unsanctioned but not illegal per se. We have a pretty large land mass and a small population so land use conflicts aren't common. Yet. We're working on legitimizing trails so that it doesn't become an issue in the future.
 
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