We had it higher and skinnier, and then had to move it all. Then I rebuilt and had hopes of getting my wife out there, so I built it lower. Well she rode a few time and that was it, shes a trail rider. So its getting bigger, but I dont think I am going higher with the skinny stuff. Its hard enough riding it down low, but yeah anybody near the area is welcome to ride, just shoot me a PM. Next up are some more plywood boxes for trials hops and rollups. No lawn boy, just me and a machete. With all the riding the grass stays down pretty good. MOre pics later when we get the 8'x12' wallride snugged up to the quarter pipe...Later
I am in Olympia, WA and its been an ongoing process for about a few months, it has been around in various configurations/locations for about 6-7 months, but the lines are always changing and getting torn down and rebuilt a different way. I will post more photos after the wallride goes in.
I think your stuff is cool... I liked it since the first time you posted pics on RM... someday I need to ride the Cap Forest and stop by your place... (gotta wait at least unitl my collar bone heals and I get some snowboarding in on my Stevens Pass).... good job on your efforts
We build a slightly smaller version of that at a friends house, what a blast. It was across the street from work, so we would session at lunch and whatnot. It was all built from scraps at a near by construction site. The only cost was some nails, screws, and love.
That is motivating for me to build in my yard while the garden is down for the winter. I think I will hit some construction sites on the way home...
I have decided to take this stuff down now, I am moving next summer and the rain and snow is keeping me off my bike. So instead of wasting time in the summer taking it down. I am taking it down now. Anybody want it?