Current as of January 5, 2012. Warm weather in the forecast including some rain and approaching 55F this weekend may put a slight damper on your stunt-sticking plans, but the good news is that all of Pine Knob’s parks are open and in pretty prime shape.
Snowbird – Currently a quad jump line, mediumish to large by Midwest standards, looked to be in the 20+ range.
Pinery – The tranny wall with a hip is fully covered, flat bar, and two boxes (2′ wide and 3′ wide) both about 16′ long.
Timberline – the big boy park is again killing it with three lines of 4 features each, from rider’s right to left, up top:
- Long down box, up-flat box, wide diameter pipe, elevated flat box and a kinda-sorta hip to the right.
- Shotgun rail, combo flat-up-flat-down-flat box, elevated flat bar gap to another flat bar, up-flat box.
- Skinny rail, up-flat-down battleship style bar, enormous rainbow feature with about a 20′ hip hit on the side, step-up jump at the bottom.
There are still some unused features that are normally in the rotation so expect them to change it up a little bit throughout the remainder of the season.