What to ride and where???

What to ride and where???

Post by goodmanj » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 15:32:14


I currently own a Nimbus 29 and a brand new Nimbus 24 Muni.... Here in
my part of texas there are no real "downhill" areas to ride. Most tracks
consist of flat trails with a lot of up and down sections. It's not too
bad on the 29 but where do you guys ride these 24" muni's? It's so slow
and exhausting that I don't really have anywhere to ride it..... Do most
folks find a single downhill section and ride it over and over again or
push through the entire length of the trail?

Does this question make sense???

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What to ride and where???

Post by littlema » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 15:38:52

It's all about being creative with your riding, seeing everything as a
new obstacle. I've spent hours riding a single bench, muni is no
different.

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Post by critte » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 16:03:00

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> Here in my part of texas there are no real "downhill" areas to ride.  
> where do you guys ride these 24" muni's?
> Do most folks find a single downhill section and ride it over and over
> again or push through the entire length of the trail?

:(living on the flat lands uh?
Rocks and roots with downhill is preferred.:)

I have found some of the best sections  I walk up and ride down. If
the trail is short, I will do 4 or 5 times. Luckily we have lot of muni
trails here. Steep, muddy, rocky, rooty dread.

Maybe you could get a coker.(36er)

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