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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by .:Jeenyus:., Sep 5, 2005.

  1. .:Jeenyus:.

    .:Jeenyus:. Turbo Monkey

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    Well, a few days ago Mackster23 and I went out to ride some jumps that a local guy had built. Here are a few pictures.

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    No more pictures as Mackster23 went down pretty hard the next time he hit the jump he is no footering. 25ft to BB case on a wood landing with no backing...yea, it wasn't very pretty, but luckily he walked away with no major injuries.
     
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  2. rpk1988

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    Sweet shots, but whats that ugly watermark in the corner of all your pictures?
     
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    .:Jeenyus:. Turbo Monkey

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    Its the price I pay for uploading them to that site so they can be with all the rest of the Ashland pictures...
     
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    nice pics jewls. but i still wont go out there.
     
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    nice pict good photographer
     
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    Could you get a pic of that construction of the ramp? Id like to build somthing very similar to that.
     
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    .:Jeenyus:. Turbo Monkey

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    Which ramp? I know that the one in the picture of me is part of a circle, but I'm not sure of the dementions. Next time I go out there I will ask.
     
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    Sick pics man! I've never seen a jump like that before, that's sick!
     
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    Nice! After seeing those pics I don't wanna hear any more whinning outa folks about my ski launch jump.
     
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    I didn't build that one, but I can tell you how to build a beautifully curved ramp out of wood. I've built several and they keep getting bigger and better.
     
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    merrrrjig Turbo Monkey

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    Thats a pretty cool 60 foot gap (pinkbike measurements)