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Old 09-08-2011, 06:42 AM   #1
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Boosting in the Boneyard - Paul Stevens Sends It

And gives us a pretty good update on the advanced features (and a few less advanced) in the Whistler Bike Park this summer.

Here what he has to say and see some more shots here...

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Old 09-08-2011, 09:47 AM   #2
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pretty stoked on whistler right now, a lot of bigger lines popping up on the hill its nice to see these additions after all the lines that were dumbed down over the last couple years. The New proline off whistler DH kick ass and the boneyard line is deecent not a huge fan of the stepup after the berm jump tho I always get kicked funny on it but the spine hip in the middle is fun .
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Honestly, the Crabapple hits are too big for me now Even the bigger line options that have cropped up on Dirt Merchant and A-Line give me the willys. But that's just me being old and scared - if people want bigger hits these days then it makes sense that Whistler builds them. The Rutabega rock used to be considered The Big Drop in the park at some point.

Personally, I prefer more inventive lines rather than just big machine built jumps so it would be nice to see more stuff like that (as well as the huge jumps for the rad dudes). And while I'm at it, I have to register my vote for more tech trails. Garbanzo is lacking options these days. More trails like In-Deep and O-Sin really would be nice
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