Adam Banton takes advantage of the massive yard at his new house and built a pump track. Here's a look at the process from start to finish.

You’re probably most familiar with Adam Banton‘s technical ramp and street moves. But after moving into a new house with a giant yard, he decided it was time to get some dirt in his treads and made a pump track. Here’s a look at the process from start to finish.

Right about the time Covid-19 was hitting Arizona I had made plans to build a massive pump track in my new backyard. Luckily the the shut down didn’t affect our backyard dream build. My wife and I wanted a blend of fun freestyle jib features to ride BMX and MTB’s on with creative lines. A project this big took some long days to get done before the spring heat settled in, even after it was ridable it needed some love. I learned a lot during this build, and no doubt have lots more to learn. The end result is a massive “fun track” thats a good layout for future add ons and endless ideas. Stay tuned in and thanks for watching, hope you liked it- Adam

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