i was just wondering if anyone knew how the town with dryslopes went about getting them cuz im sure theyd b just as successful in places like the east where theres no snow 6 months out of the year the ppl who make em could make a ton of cash and we could have a place to ride in the summer
Thats the only company that u can get snowflex from, but its damn expensive even for small pieces of matting.
The slope that all the pics iv takin are from the ski village sheffield. That slope cost £500k which i think is about US$800k.
Theres an alternative which is dendix but thats still pretty expensive and its nasty as fcuk. Its made out of industrial pipe cleaners and belive me, they HURT
Snowflex is much nicer. U need to wear lonf sleaves when u ride on it cuz it burns/scratches. But underneath is four inches of high density foam which cushions ur impact thou it still hurts more than snow.
If you can get hold of some, it gr8 for using as a run in to a rail.
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would you be more or less likley to break your neck on that stuff rather than snow, i mean if you hit like a 50 foot table out of that stuff and landed on your head would you break your neck easier than the same instance on snow?
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