Brunello Skills Park... anyone heard anything about this?

Brunello said yes, open to the public.

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Sweet.

https://goo.gl/maps/Xey7rmL6M5nSXp1G6

Sizes are up in the air at this point. First few will be on the more beginner and intermediate level in size, partially due to the terrain in the area we’re working in now, and to give people a good starting place. In time I’d like to see some more advanced options added.

We have one in now (well… it’s more of a step down then a true drop) that would be about 2 feet to the transition. More coming soon.

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I had to move this to its own topic.

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2ft drops are going to be great for beginners to get a taste of the adrenaline.
I’d love to see a few 7-10ft drops as well???
Wink wink…

Thanks for the efforts regardless, anything close to home is better then nothing👊

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So this trail will be near that golf course ?

@Evan29 it will be on the golf course land, right about here:

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Ok nice

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From the Brunello e-newsletter…

Mountain Bike Park
We are about a week of nice weather away from completing this project! The guys were hard at work yesterday putting together the Trail Head Podium. A big THANK YOU to John Lockerby and Teddy Kinley for all their hard work – it looks great!

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Another @trailflow share:

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S’more:

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3 posts were split to a new topic: Range Drops

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Never seen a steep skinny before. Neat.

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There used to be a bunch of them in Whopper. I miss those old trails

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Whopper used to have a fun little stunt loop as well.

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anyone know when it’s gonna open?