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riding in costa mesa
hi all im from the uk and in january im looking to come out to the usa and ride some great spots .. id like to no if sheep hills are still up and running and how far fairview park is from them and weather i could help out diggin ive got plenty of dirt jump building experience ive held contest etc here in the uk and built trails etc for years .

my plan is to fly out for 6 monthes then work at woodward through summer .. i ride anything thats put infront of me im a chilled layed back person always looking to ride with new people and new places ,,

Look forward to some info cheers
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Posted by Ricky crompton a 23 year old riding a kona bass/kona shonky/kona stinky from Manchester, England on 12/21/09
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Posted by Ricky crompton a 23 year old riding a kona bass/kona shonky/kona stinky from Manchester, England on 12/21/09

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