This wasn't sketchy at all. Safer to climb it I suppose.
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Heck yeah, it definitely makes riding mtb more challenging.
With 240mm brakes and 1.8 steerer, no problem.They built a new drop at the local spot. You can see the landing on the left, only two bike lengths long leading into a double that is half the length of the gap of the drop.
I guess I wait before hitting it until they have dialed it in after a couple of people have destroyed themselves. Drop is bigger than HALO in Falls City.
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"white skinnies" - those are "fun"rideable tread only about 6" and deep on each side if you have to put a foot down, like falling off a cliff deep.
I build my trails you can ride them aggressively. Not so you end up like a turtle on it's back in 5 feet of snow."white skinnies" - those are "fun"
ftfy. Thats the worst. Ok almost the worst, not as bad as squishing the beans trying to get going again as you stomp on the pedals and inevitably fall over and onto your back in the snow. With the bike still racking your nuts.The other trail crews have been slacking though, this was good to where I stopped yesterday, but crap after that, rideable tread only about 6" and deep on each side if you have to put a foot down, like
falling off a cliffrack your nuts off the top tube deep.