- Surrey Hills conditions
Admittedly it might well be a vigilant landowner in this case
Everything on Jim’s land is fair game to be blocked off or trashed and aside from new bits on Hurtwood land he’s apparently bought, there’s no right to be there.
There’s often negativity on warning that it may be a daft location, too visible, well publicised, plus the scale of the digging, but then moans and rants when it inevitably gets trashed. Still though, just accept it as change. Trails come and go and it’s more interesting with something new than the same old stuff getting wrecked through over saturated used 😉Posted 1 year agoMr WoppitMember
To all the illegal trail/jump builders.
It’s not your land. You’re not the only type of user in a relatively crowded space, you selfish nincompoops. What you’re doing is just vandalism and on about the same level as fly-tipping.
Personally, I’d be happy with arrests and fines.
Jerks. 👿Posted 1 year agodeadkennySubscriber
Though nice trails/features at times 😉
As a rider and the illegal stuff is there, that’s not my problem. I’m just trespassing 😀 . Their act is criminal damage though.
But more seriously it doesn’t do the community much good when the scale of digging is really taking the piss and churning up huge areas of someone’s land, plus the blatant obviousness of it.Posted 1 year ago
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