Capturing all the Trails essence in elevations and obstacles.
Looks To be A hoot. I imagine just changing trucks keeps the challenges of it unique also.
Huge thumbs up Here ya lucky guy. Really like the rocky spot near the end....
Very inspirational as always Rick. I was able to follow along most of the way. I can appreciate the work that goes into maintaining it. I did a long loop trail which I dubbed the camel trophy trail; it's a nice diversion from the manicured section of my park but the forest quickly takes back the work you put into clearing it. But you've motivated me to keep at it...
Nice map too.... I seem to remember a conversation about the creation of your maps and the effort that goes into the accuracy... not to mention in today's digital cartographic world... they recapture the art of map making and just... well.... look cool.
I spent the last few weeks working in the yard for spring clean up. One of the things i did was a few days worth of track work.
First i pick up all the fallen branches, then rake all the old leaves and pine needles off the track and grassy infield areas.
The dirt's all soft and loose in the spring so this is the best time to do any work on the layout. This year i decided to keep the same layout as last year but to just fix up the surface and build more hills and cambers. Was still lots of digging and stomping.
Anyhow, all done now.
I've been riding it for a few days and the grass is starting to grow.
Good times in nature.
Here's a bit of 60 fps vid with my poor old SC10. The rear shocks are destroyed. Ha.
Just riding on springs but its still a fun ride.
I've been seriously thinking of getting a Associated SC10B for a go fast RC. Your SC10 on this track, I believe, has pushed me over the edge here Rick. I think a rwd buggy/truck just looks and acts so nice and dramatic.