Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby woofdog on Sun 29/Jul/12 2:31pm

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Bermed. Bermed as.
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby wachtourak on Sun 29/Jul/12 3:49pm

Looks gangster

Is that 2/3 or so of the way down where you come out near the road?
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Sun 29/Jul/12 5:06pm

Yarp, just been riding it this arvo.
It's a no brakes section again :)

Thanks Nic(k?)!
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby woofdog on Thu 11/Oct/12 10:13pm

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Built: Wheel-barrow jump to flat. The left side of the barrow has been buried a bit to make it easier to clear.
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby woofdog on Tue 22/Jan/13 2:29pm

A couple of new corners have been added near the end:
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Veer left for the road less travelled


The council have finished cutting back the grass, so now is the right time for Nun goodness
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Trail on Tue 22/Jan/13 2:36pm

Nice work Nick. I have been avoiding coz there was too much overgrowth... but might have to get up there for a lap soon :thumbsup:
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby XCguy on Tue 22/Jan/13 4:51pm

Rode it on Saturday and it was SWEEEEEEEEEET!
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby woofdog on Fri 26/Jul/13 4:47pm

All this sunny weather has dried out the track and it's now in great shape for this weekend. Some scrub has been chopped back, wet areas drained, new corners added near the bottom. Mint.
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Trail on Mon 29/Jul/13 11:20am

Was getting well used over the weekend. New corners near the bottom are sweet!
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Percy Pig on Mon 29/Jul/13 11:55am

Trail wrote:Was getting well used over the weekend. New corners near the bottom are sweet!

They certainly are, now I know where they are, and what they are! :thumbsup:

No more :blink: :crazy: WTF?? moments, much more weeeee!! braap braap! :lol:
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Trail on Sat 12/Oct/13 10:02pm

More new stuff in there. The goodness never stops!

I am so glad that Woofdog got permission to rebuild this trail. It is the only trail on the Port Hills that is staying current with trail building around the country!
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Rik on Mon 2/Nov/15 3:12pm

This deserves a bump.

Rode it on Saturday, and it never fails to deliver huge amounts of fun with with a hint of sphincter tightening terror.

The Flying Nun is goood. :D
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby AgrAde on Mon 2/Nov/15 4:10pm

I think the only time you need brakes on the top half now is to slow down for the jumps because they're 1/3 the size they should be, even when scrubbing to the absolute limit. It's retarded.
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Mon 2/Nov/15 4:23pm

Better than being too large and scaring people off the greatness of the Nun.
I sometimes just go around them if I'm at pace and cbf scrubbing.

The lack of shrubberray on that bit just above the middle carpark after you cross that old 4wd track caught me by surprise.
Wonder if we'll get annoying cross-wind now.

Do you clear that triple after the top switchback/chute/corner thing?
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby AgrAde on Mon 2/Nov/15 5:29pm

Nah, it wants to remove my tires so I usually end up trying to pump manual the top. Or something weird.
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