I know i should be skiing but i just got a new bike i really wanna go try out! first mtn bike i've ever owned and i've heard a lot about "I STREET" anyone have any info for me i really wanna go check it out. but dont really know exactly where its at.. all i know is its at the top of i street.. any help would be sweet.
i street is awesome. dont know how it would be this time of year but i rode it like twice a week in the summer. go to the top of i street, when it ends go left and follow the street around until you see a mo church and turn left like a house after that into a parking lot. follow the water tank around on your bike and youll pop right into it. heres a google map of the parking lot because its hard to find.
You guys are rad! thanks so much! that's exactly what i was looking for! i just figured its pretty low and that there wouldnt be any snow well not sure after this storm but still just wanna take the new bike out for a spin! Thanks again guys!
ohh.. i just got a Kona Coiler... would this bike handle this jumps alright? im pretty much a noob at this biking thing.. just wanted a new and cheaper sport to do in the summer instead of going to the sand dunes! haha
yeah that bike will do great there. I usually ride a hard tail dj bike with 4 inches of travel there, but a lot of kids are on full suspension rigs there and ive taken my kona stinky and had tons of fun. if youre new to djing head all the way down to the bottom and theres some smaller jumps. hit me up when ski season ends im there all the time.
sooooo sick. if you're looking for smaller jumps though, the PC dirt jumps arent gigantic. But they, for sure, are snow covered. I rode my stab at I street after hitting up bobsled, but my coiler worked muuuch better the next time i was there. I would probably just tighten up the shock and put a little more air in the fork, and you'd be fine. have fun if its not too muddy lol :D
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and hike up a ways. that trail tends to have some drainage issues so its best to stay away from it till its really dry. if youre really itching to ride there is a beginner dj/freeride park in lehi that might dry out faster but its pretty far away from the slc area for just a beginner park.
sounds like someone is claimin! ;) haha that looks way sweet you guys have been a ton of help i just might have to go down to lehi and take peek to? is there anything online as to how to get there or can you guys hook that up too?