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The Pond Skim is scheduled for April 4th . As mentioned before we will begin construction at the end of March. This means one more week of having the current hits in the Zone. If there is enough snow we … Continue reading
The Rail Jam to benifit the Molly Rowlee Fund went off without a hitch. We had over fifty participants and a great turnout for spectators. Thanks to all of the venders who supported the event. Our next and final event … Continue reading
The warmer weather is slowly making it’s way to our mountain. Conditions in the Parks are excellent. As the temps start to fluctuate keep an eye on the snow surfaces because they can change quickly. The Upper Zone will be … Continue reading
On March 14th we will be hosting the Molly Rail Jam in the Zone. We will set the jib park above the jump line next week. This should keep the jumps open and intact for the remainder of March.
The weather is warming up and the sun is shining. All of the parks are riding great, however keep in mind that as the surfaces see more sun and warm they can change quickly. Check your features before you ride … Continue reading
With all of the snow Knights Revenge is riding great. Our conditions are as good as we have had in some time. All of the parks are tuned and ready for the vacation week. Birch Run is closed today for … Continue reading
We were prepping Birch Run this morning for the event tomorrow. It took a little longer then anticipated but should be open by noon. Everything is riding well in there and we will leave the set up as is for … Continue reading
Birch Run has been reworked for the slopestyle competition. We changed the hits so there is better flow and more pop. This trail will be closed to the public on Saturday but we have all of our other parks open … Continue reading
We will be hosting a USASA slope type in Birch Run on Saturday the 21st. We will be modifying some features Thursday this week in the morning. This means the trail will be closed in the a.m and also on … Continue reading
The Rails for Ryan event went great. Thanks to all of the participants that braved the cold weather. The cold temps make for good park surfaces but remember to bundle up and stay warm.