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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by Kntr, Jul 19, 2012.
What is the route for the Garbonzo DH?
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o sin > in deep...someone help me w the rest.
Start behind the Garbanzo lift hut -> Original Sin (including the uphill section) -> exit Original Sin at the step down/step up tree island on the Dave Murray flats -> proceed down Blue Velvet -> traverse and proceed into In Deep -> after rock face turn left towards Container (FatCrobat would require a right turn at this point) -> from Container into No Joke/ Duffman -> remain on Duffman until merges with Golden Triangle -> continue on World Cup Singletrack -> Ho Chi Min -> Longhorn -> Monkey Hands to finish
such a tired course, needs updating
it does but im not sure how you could update it without using Aline, Monkey hands blows...just sayin.
whats wrong with monkey hands, fast off camber sections for the win man.
as for the route, it could be done by avoiding A-line but would be over by the crank it up/whistler downhill side of the hill.
its always brake bumped to hell and back whenever i ride it...
^^ I think that's the idea.
o-sin with the climb sucks, it's a dh race, in deep is effed beyond belief, the rest of the course I don't mind....it is a shade of its former glory when it was the no joke course first couple times....now that was a blaster.
... uuuuh no it doesnt,its actually quite a blast a full speed
that said the course does need a lot of love, especially the Garbo part.Most top guns woulnt even bother racing it last year cause it SUCKED.
Not sure that would be a priority for C-worx though...Slopestyle seems to attract more people than racing ( perhaps they'd get more spectators if they had a better course with better prizes and riders ;-) )
In Deep is a fantastic trail and if you can ride it with any kind of pace you are a god.
I can only bottom my bike out so hard on g-outs. At some point handlebars break
Fuggin love that trail when it's dry though.
This. I'd never been on it before my first practice run . . . and then to do it at race pace (or what passes for it with me) was just pucker-plus.
It's pretty fun just stopping on that trail when it's wet and watching people come through
Heading up there with a 6 pack to heckle random people would be an afternoon well spent.
Note to self: must buy vuvuzela