Phil’s World serves up new entree – the Poquito Burrito

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Phil’s World serves up new entree – the Poquito Burrito

Hearty new trail at Phil’s World fuels appetite for cycling
Crew leaders Ryan Brink, Ellie Fisher and Ben Young, of Southwest Conservation Corps, build a trail on a rough section of the new Poquito Burrito trail at Phil’s World.
Rob Laymen explains trail-building technique on a section of new trail that crosses Stinking Springs Canyon.
Kira Wade, of New York, explains how a new trail at Phil’s World is being designed with berms along turns to accommodate mountain bikers.
A technical trail section that cuts through a cliff band required some adjustment to make it ridable.
Trail crew leader Zach Rice clears the fluff off a new trail to get to the packed surface.
A trail builder uses a clinometer, which measures the angle of the landscape to establish the correct trail grade.
Trail building requires a variety of tools.

Phil’s World serves up new entree – the Poquito Burrito

Crew leaders Ryan Brink, Ellie Fisher and Ben Young, of Southwest Conservation Corps, build a trail on a rough section of the new Poquito Burrito trail at Phil’s World.
Rob Laymen explains trail-building technique on a section of new trail that crosses Stinking Springs Canyon.
Kira Wade, of New York, explains how a new trail at Phil’s World is being designed with berms along turns to accommodate mountain bikers.
A technical trail section that cuts through a cliff band required some adjustment to make it ridable.
Trail crew leader Zach Rice clears the fluff off a new trail to get to the packed surface.
A trail builder uses a clinometer, which measures the angle of the landscape to establish the correct trail grade.
Trail building requires a variety of tools.
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