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New Jump Line Being Built in Marin County

New Jump Line Being Built in Marin County

By: Chris Bernhardt
Posted: July 10, 2015

In the mountain biking world, Marin County is known for two things: giving birth to the sport and being at the heart of a contenous fight to exclude riders from trails. Marin County Parks is working to fix this inequity, though, and with the help of local mountain bikers is dilligently developing a world-class riding facility with the Stafford Lake Bike Park.

Coming off the successful completion of the dual slalom track, Marin County Parks has asked Trail Solutions and subcontractor FlowRide to return to build the jump line. With a lot of dirt being moved the trail is taking shape and will provide plenty of challenge and airtime for riders.

The park opens Aug. 22, 2015.

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Chris Bernhardt leads IMBA's Trail Solutions program as Director of Consulting Services.

Chris Bernhardt leads IMBA's Trail Solutions program as Director of Consulting Services.

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