A flow trail is similar to a Pump Track but does not complete a circuit and is generally downhill. They also include a variety of jumps and wood features.

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A Pump Track is a complete circuit consisting of rollers and berms. The idea is to generate speed and momentum without pedaling. This is an excellent option for those looking for fun, fitness, and progression. The minimum space required to install a Pump Track is 20’x40′, and the designs are endless.

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Wood features consist of Drop-In Platforms, Ramps, Skinnies, Boardwalks, and Berms. They are a great way to reduce maintenance, cross over a stream, or just to spice up a boring trail.

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Dirt Jumps are a continuous set of strategically shaped mounds, meant for getting the rider air borne. They can be tabletops, or gaps depending on the riders skill level. Unless you have a hill, a drop-in platform is usually required to gain the required speed to clear the jumps properly.

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These are great options for making your riding surface permanent and maintenance free. Surfacing your trail in Asphalt and Concrete will allow for Skateboards and Scooters to ride on it. Soiltac is a clear colored glue/water mixture that is applied to helps bind the dirt molecules together to pack better and last longer, while keeping a natural look.

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Adding enhanced Landscaping to your trail will make it look even more like a piece of art. River rock, vegetation, and other aesthetics will not only help with looks, but also with erosion and drainage.
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