When I was growing up we (my neighborhood crew) had several different trails around town. There was the coalmines, the whoop-dee-doos, the pine forest, the water tower, the stump dump, the wires, the field, the creek, the backyard, oh I could keep going. We built dirt jumps and trails everywhere. Hell we used to build trails even for daily transportation to each others houses so we didn't have to take paved roads. As a kid I'd scour yard and garage sales. When older neighborhood kids went off to college or started driving and forgot their bikes their parents would sell their stuff behind their backs; I was always there to buy their old bikes. Unfortunately, I somehow never figured my parents would do this same thing to me and I've only got two bikes back home now; my old Nishiki mountain bike and one of my early 90's GT Dyno Airs. Here at my current house all I've currently got is a Specialized mountain bike for daily transportation and I can't jump with it. I used to have a chrome early 80's GT Performer with red 5 spoke mags, a light blue '87 Diamondback Cool Streak with white 6 spoke mags, two chrome early 90's GT Dyno Airs with black mags, and a red early 90's schwinn which we eventually ended up rattlecanning camo. If anyone else is into these bikes you should check out bmxmuseum.com , a ton of cool bikes (with pictures!) on there.