i use to sell DH mt bikes at the shop i worked at. One of them we had cost 5k and that was in the early 2000's. When i was showing them to possible costumers i always mentioned that this is basically a motorcycle without the motor.. which is true.
Give the guy on the dirt bike as many runs as the Mt biker had at that spot and he wouldnt loose tho. Mt biker had home court advantage
on a trials bike ... sure you could do all that stuff.That DH course is pretty tame compared to a lot. I think they did this to give the twist throttle a chance. Now I ride both and have been freeriding mtb's since before it was called "freeeriding". Then it was "Fro riding" named from the RockyMountain fro riders.
Now you really couldn't ride this stuff on a motorcycle.................could you??
dont turn left lol
you only have to pedal back to the top if you dont have a ride up!!