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Biking in the Jungle

we've had an unusually dry rainy season, work has slowed a bit, but sessions are going down every evening.


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 You need to clean your carpet it's all dirty
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 if we can get enough portland cement mixed in those transitions and lips, that carpet is bye bye for good
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 @DrippingPink: haha...but time cement,and ready for ever,so build it right with cement!!!
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 @Parkbuilder72: correct. I've already used cement in some areas, but didn't use enough and it's already falling apart. I like the idea and it really helps fight the rain, but I have to use a lot.
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 @DrippingPinhttp: hahaha...I ´m using street stones now. Much much better!!! you see them mostly on Parking areas,or infront of a cargarage. Do you know,what I mean?
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 @Parkbuilder72: we try not to use those because people in our club don't like the look they have, they think it looks trashy. In some areas, we have used donated slate rocks for two climb areas. What I need to do is mix in A LOT of cement in one concentrated area, lip or jump. I need to mix in more.
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 Looks rad.
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 We use it at the swamp mixed with sand 3-1. You still have to maintain it.
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 I've done cement now a couple times, I need to mix in a lot more next time. it's already crumbling in a few jumps, but holding strong after a rain. Definitely much better than if not using cement. Started using it after going to a few Santos work days. We decided to use it here.
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 We put earth above them...only so much, that they dissapear.

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