And all of them are the most important and best rider in the park, according to themselves.
That isn't as bad as it sounds. Dogpound is fast, but it's quite wide to avoid a collision and there is pretty long line of sight. I rekon I've had closer calls with oncoming at lower buckle (I have done this CW and it's surprisingly pretty good) and hug.I was naughty one time and carefully took the dogpound descent as a shortcut
If you say g’day to them they look at you like you have just shat on their dog. The ebike riders are at a whole new level of arsehole out there. Take the worst of a lysterfield rider and amplify it with a motor..I have never ridden anywhere else that has so many grumpy men... They are always riding alone and don't seem to be having much fun riding at all .
Oh yeah I think the segment is called Farmboys descent. Agree there is always a congregation there . If there is still enough room to do the jump I'll make sure I tyre tap one of themThe IMBA track (i believe that's it's name) is the switchbacks that run down the hill from the turn off to follow me down to Upper buckle. There is a few rocks on the right hand side to jump onto Upper buckle. Nothing serious it just seems to attract people to stand there and chat.
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F*** I thought that was just me. I know it's something that should just be shrugged off but it does give me a bit of a downer being surrounded by so many mute and / or rude dickheads, especially when you move off the track so their shitty ebike can go past. Just another reason to ride Red Hill instead - off the charts for friendly people, probably because the place demands respect and all trails are one way.And I agree, there are loads of grumpy riders at Lysterfield. You cede the trail for them and they just glide through like royalty, no thanks or acknowledgement. You say Hi, and they're just pedalling off.