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Peak to Creek: The Retallack Trailbuilding Experience // Episode Three

As the snow melts and the scouting concludes, out come the chaps and chainsaws as the crew begins to bring the Peak to Creek trail into reality. Watch as Matt, Brian and Mike clear the corridor to prepare for the full build crew to come up and start throwing dirt.


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 This video popped up at 2am and I watched it on mute so as not to wake up the little lady. But here's my take thus far:

1) Video seems to be sponsored by Rocky Mountain, Maxxis, and Rocky Mountain.

2) Bro talking

3) Bro in spiffy new flannel shirt says something he's pretty stoked about.

4) Dude in suspenders is looking around in forest for something.

5) New flannel shirt guy is getting really amped up about something, presumably something bike or girl related.

6) Dude in suspenders is still looking around the forest.

7) A bunch of dudes show up & eat lunch really, really fast.

Cool Dude in suspenders is actually dude with chainsaw! Bad ass!

9) All hell breaks loose and these guys start making some sweet singletrack. I bet this is what new flannel shirt dude was talking about.

9) Dudes and bros start shredding and I'm getting just as stoked as new flannel shirt dude.

Movie ends and I realize it's 2:30am and I have to go to work in 4 hours. I hate my life. Good video, tho.
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 Suspenders are something ENTIRELY different this side of the pond...
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 same thing I always think about a trail building vid...
it's about as interesting as watching someone do Kobe Bryant's taxes. Necessary, but not like watching the "main attraction".
  • + 5
 Is this going to be a public trail or just for Retallack?
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 This is a Retallack trail on our operating tenure
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 Summit access options? Like shuttle so far then push?
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 The ecosystem is so diverse. OMG.
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 Are you get permission to cut down so much tree ? It is difficult to get permission If in China. Although we built some tracks, the government will send someone to destroy it.
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 I don't know the exact political situation in China, but in most of the world there is an abundance of public land that nobody officially controls and private land that the owners will gladly allow trail to be built on.
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 I'm glad they used slo-mo for the removal of the cover and joining of the handle on the trail boss.I don't think I could've dealt with it in real time!
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 looks like fun!

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