I don' think anything in the UCSC trail network is actually legal (trails and stunts/obstacles both), is it?
There's a pretty long conversation about it on RMBullrider said:Just got back from a trip and the large new stunt seems to be torn down. Too bad as it looked/rode good and the drop was well built.
Did someone get hurt or was it never legal in the first place?
downhillprincess said:..anyone cares, Mailboxes goes thru this ALL the time. The only stunts that get torn down normally are the ones up top, because that is technically someone's private property. There were tire tracks from a truck up there and I have seen a cop up there, not a ranger, because it is private property and someone who lives up there calls the cops and their property line stops somewhere near those first set of doubles. I am ALL for building stunts, and have aided in building some of the ones on the lower part of mailboxes. But when the top stunt was being built, I could hear it on Mailboxes Etc. pretty far away. We saw some kids driving a van up there when building, and the sad fact is that you just can't make it that obvious. Sux that the trails here are so illegal, and I say keep up the good work, just be a little more careful and quiet. Otherwise, we might face some bigger problems than stunts being brutally torn down.....it can get worse.
aw jeez.D.Ambrose said:I don' think anything in the UCSC trail network is actually legal (trails and stunts/obstacles both), is it?
That's sad.MVRIDER said:There's a pretty long conversation about it on RM