We had a group ride at the Dump last night. If you think you like technical trails and going fast on technical trails please do yourself a favor and visit the Dump. I doubt that you will regret it and you will certainly have a different perspective on what can be done with a trail and a bunch of junk. Every rider in our group had an absolute blast. Pump tracks, berms, root jumps, lava field, yellow brick roads, wild cats, drop-offs, wildlife, you name it, it's there. Not to mention Dark Horse Brewery is right down the road. Just be wise. Keep your tires on the trail. The penalty for getting off line can be dramatic. That's a good thing. This trail doesn't like it if you're lazy. When you get near the end be sure to take the 2 left turns that run you on a couple of extended loops.
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