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Freeriding

OPB | July 19, 2007 1:30 p.m.

Painful, thrilling, crazy — these are just some of the terms freeriders themselves use to describe their sport. Freeriding is a new twist on a style of mountain biking that originated in Canada where ramps and logs were laid so bikers could avoid muddy forest trails. Join a group of these daring thrill seekers in the Oregon forests as they negotiate trails over four-inch logs, high platforms and bone-rattling jumps.

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