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Aston Hill: Surface To Air – Origins

October 29th, 2012

By Factory Jackson

The buzz surrounding new trails and the rise to prominance of the trail builder is becoming one that’s hard not to notice plus the signs of ongoing construction is an increasingly common sight in the forests and on the hillsides that make up the UK’s MTB hotspots. This little video detailing a new trail at Aston Hill from GeeBeeBee media is pretty cool and something I think we need to see more of… Get inspired and go digging!

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