Despite being an unofficial bike park, Salt Lake City's I-Street jumps have been around for over 18 years and are well known by locals and visitors alike. Over the years it has grown into a maze of lines that has something for everyone, from beginners to pros. "The Long Line" or "Buckaroo" doesn't have the biggest jumps or gnarliest features, but at 21 jumps long it is definitely the best bang for your buck. In this video, we follow local rider Carston Oliver on a trip down the Long Line.

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Super Sweet Dirt Jump Edit: I Street w/ Carston Oliver

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Photog/Filmer duo Jonathan Cracroft and Timothy Jones set out to film some dope dirt jumping at SLC’s classic jump area I Street earlier this year. To make the edit pop they needed a rider that had both the skills and the work ethic to session the a line relentlessly. Lucky for them they were able to wrangle my favorite all mountain athlete Carston Oliver into the mix. If you dont know Carston you will someday. He is the best under the radar skier on the planet in my opinion and allegedly just as good on a bike. Check this out!

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Despite being an unofficial bike park, Salt Lake City’s I-Street jumps have been around for over 18 years and are well known by locals and visitors alike. Over the years it has grown into a maze of lines that has something for everyone, from beginners to pros. “The Long Line” or “Buckaroo” doesn’t have the biggest jumps or gnarliest features, but at 21 jumps long it is definitely the best bang for your buck. In this video, we follow local rider Carston Oliver on a trip down the Long Line.

FILMED BY: JONATHAN CRACROFT AND TIMOTHY JONES

EDITED BY: TIMOTHY JONES

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