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Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by Zach Dank, Jun 20, 2010.
First session at the trails yesterday. No words descride how good this $hit flows.
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C-Money was throwing the nasty corked 720's over big sets.
Damn Ryan is shredddddddddding. Is that Cob in the first picture? That kelly green Cabrillo shirt and his tucks are super recognizable. Ahaha.
Yeah that Cob fo sho. He was killing
More pics here. Trails look so sick.
Tell me sumthin....how the hell are you dialing in the tops of this lip? So tall! Nice work as always and truely an inspiration.
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Man I can't believe you built this sh!t with a shovel. I have only said that once before when I saw my first dirt jump. Now, I am thoroughly impressed again. It looks like there used to be a hill were those trails were. Do you have pics pre trails? How long did it take you?
Just saw this on vital.
I was wondering what the hell that was.
Place is looking frickin muuhhhhneeeeeeee
I seem to recall reading in another thread that they are packed like crazy into big mounds, dried and cured, then the final shape is given with a chainsaw (hence the nice crispy edges).
Thanks a lot fam. We appreciate the love for our trail work.
wow, those are pretty as all hell...nice job
just amazing ****, I'm a dirty old MTB'er and love what you are doing.
great stuff, inspirational
Aight now. . . I saw a GoPro harness in one of those pictures!!!! Wheres the footage?!
I wanna see first hand what its like to flow the best sets every sculpted.
thats a interesting way to "cut" the jumps.
looks like it works pretty damn good
It's actually a two person ripsaw
I bet that Zach secretly has this guy on his dig crew:
This is the next level...
shyt looks good. you guys are killin it
Holy Christ! So tall, so well laid out, so nicely squared off. I can only dream on what the float on those sets feels like. Just from the pics it looks like you guys are stalled for a few seconds. Flat out amazing.
Or if you're Cob, you still haven't come down yet.
The Dank trails are alive and flowing everyday. Vid and pics comin soon.
Stoked to see a video of these!