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Hueston Woods Trail Crew
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We have the opportunity to develop a big chunk of new land in a state park. It's in the middle of our internediate to advanced mountain bike trails. Approximately the size of 2 football fields, we have a flat plateau with steep sides all around. It's the result of a 3 year dredging project.
We would like to plan a multiuse bicycle park, rideable by a variety of bikers, and fun for all, from beginner to advanced. Mostly dirt or natural materials.
Any suggestions or help? Money is coming from the state and outside grants.
Park is in SW Ohio
 

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Pictures would be really nice.

Pump tracks are REALLY popular because pretty much everyone regardless of skill can ride one. Also some small- big DJs would be nice too.

If money is coming from the state for the project, rent a loader and have dirt delivered. If the soil is from the dredging chances are its gonna suck for building jumps.

Also some low (max 4 feet high) FR stuff is always nice.
 
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