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Any 4x tracks in New England area?

Discussion in 'Mud Hunnies' started by xtremedoritoes, Apr 14, 2009.

  1. xtremedoritoes

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    So we just built up a steelhead for my lady friend and we went out to a local BMX track (45 minutes away...) and she loved it. She's even thinking about racing, problem is, she can't really race bmx on a 26 inch... lol

    So I told her about 4x and dual slalom, and she liked the idea. She would like to give an actual 4x track a try but I only know of a dual slalom track that was at Diablo Freeride Park last year, but it was only open to racers.

    Do any of you know of 4x tracks in New England?




    she had a good ol time :weee:
     

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  2. Sghost

    Sghost Turbo Monkey

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    Plattekill in Roxbury NY. New track being designed this year.
     
  3. xtremedoritoes

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    sweet! really? I've never been there. I heard its rocky and more natural than Diablo tho so i might want to give it a go. We'll have to check it out
     
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    fortenndu Turbo Monkey

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    Plattekill will have some sort of gated racing and Mount Snow will have DS, as will most of the GES races.
     
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    why dont you just bmx race on your 26". I do.
     
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  6. dump

    dump Turbo Monkey

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    You can definitely use 26" in the cruiser class.