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OREGON FIELD GUIDE

Black Rock Mountain Biking

  • Aired: 02/27/2014
  • 08:38
  • Rating: TV-G
An obscure piece of Oregon Department of Forestry land has been transformed into one of Oregon's first legal bike-only trail systems on public land. It's dedicated to a specialized kind of biking called freeriding, and the area has become a destination for riders from all over.  Black Rock is chock full of ramps, banks, aerial log rides and other crazy features not typical of traditional trails.
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A group of mountain bikers have constructed one of Oregon's only bike only trail systems.
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