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It's a sweet hip jump....was about 55 - 65 feet, not huge but he was getting some sweet air and throwing the bike around pretty good.:applause::)

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Based on the terain I'd guess that's some where out at Desert Wells?

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Based on the terain I'd guess that's some where out at Desert Wells?

Good guess...the pics show some of the flat terrain where they were taken.

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That and the last picture shows some mountains that look familiar to that area. That's a sweet jump though. Good job on the photos too. :applause:

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First, where did you find those that might help solve where it is. And second the background looks fimiliar. Looks like somewhere in Cave Creek or somewhere near Carefree Highway.

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It Looks Like Tatuim And Pinnakle Peak By The Powerlines They Have Jumps Like That.

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are you ever gunna tell us where it is!?!?!?!?

It has been answered..........read Solo's post

I only know of a few hits out there.....someone else has said there are some good doubles and a 120' jump out there

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Is that the pond out by AZ Farms Rd? Or the one between Peralta Rd and MM 207?

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Is that the pond out by AZ Farms Rd? Or the one between Peralta Rd and MM 207?

Yep its out by AZ Farms Rd.

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