The dirt jumps at Adel wood were recently razed. They were unlike any in west Yorkshire and were a source of inspiration and pride for the Leeds biking community. They were a part of Leeds biking landscape for over 7 years and will be sorely missed by anyone who helped build or rode there. Now that they are gone we are faced with a dilemma. Do we rebuild just to have the uncertainty of their survival or should we try and go legal A group of riders are gathering together to form ourselves into a community group. Our aim is to prove that there is a need for a safe regulated dirt jump site in Leeds. With the help of the many riders of Leeds and liaising with the local council and organisations we hope to make this a reality. It will take a long time and this is only the first step. You can help by signing your support on this petition. If you feel you want to do more, updates will be placed on singletrackworld and singletraction. Thanks for your help
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neil, United Kingdom3 years ago Comments: Same reason adel always gets bad rep... acertain group of wazaks of which sean and lee were affliated.Just pilige other areas,poor attitude to council etc. You no when that lot turn up the area is going to over built and trashed...thankfully the idiots never found our spot near pool.I understand from mates that these pricks are back under some name ? Hope the gits get prosocuted
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