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Go to Myrtle park. At the south-east corner there's a paved path that exits the park into the woods. Follow the path for about 200 metres, and you'll see the dirt jumps on your left.
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      Apr 23, 2021

      4 Comments

      • + 4
       Just scoped this- pretty run down. Needs work. Not very cohesive but could be cool. If you are 15 and live around here go fix this place up!
      • + 2
       I live near the dirt jumps and people hate on it but its good after a while and you have to look around because there is a free ride place to. and some one is building a jump line you can ride it right now but at the lower part of it isn't packed down so rid in cation.
      • + 3
       In the process of rebuilding the main jump line, please stay off and respect the work being put in until rideable!
      • - 1
       Jumps are not in great shape, all the wood is pretty old.





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