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Eastcoalesce
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Skills Loop

Postby Eastcoalesce » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:30 am

Hey guys,

I'm going to hit up Stocksdale for the first time tomorrow and I was wondering how to get to the skills area. If you're looking at the map from the blog, is it the black trail shown on the bottom right hand corner of the map?

Thanks!
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Re: Skills Loop

Postby FreightCar » Fri Apr 05, 2013 10:39 am

I believe you can see it from the parking lot.
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Re: Skills Loop

Postby Eastcoalesce » Fri Apr 05, 2013 11:23 am

Awesome thanks man.
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Re: Skills Loop

Postby PlanetTony » Fri Apr 05, 2013 4:18 pm

FreightCar wrote:I believe you can see it from the parking lot.


Yup, from parking lot you can see "last" obstacle of the loop. The various obstacles are along the grass field trail - i.e., not in or near the woods. It's generally setup to be ridden counter-clockwise.

Enjoy! We'll be adding to it as the weather permits - enjoy!
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Eastcoalesce
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Re: Skills Loop

Postby Eastcoalesce » Mon Apr 08, 2013 6:26 am

PlanetTony wrote:
FreightCar wrote:I believe you can see it from the parking lot.


Yup, from parking lot you can see "last" obstacle of the loop. The various obstacles are along the grass field trail - i.e., not in or near the woods. It's generally setup to be ridden counter-clockwise.

Enjoy! We'll be adding to it as the weather permits - enjoy!


Got a chance to ride it Saturday. Everything looks excellent so far. I'm really digging the rollers and the ladder bridge with the 3 extensions is AWESOME. That last part is skinnnnny but rad! You guys did an excellent job.

I'm trying to get more involved with trail work days so if you guys have another open work day coming up let me know and I'd like to help out.
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Re: Skills Loop

Postby PlanetTony » Sat Apr 20, 2013 7:56 pm

Check it out, now! Even MORE fun to be had, skills to be honed....
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