^^^ to start a course, then an option between two c's (on the outside) or a dfd (in the middle) then 2 60ish foot jumps to a fat square down rail set up urban style to a staircase set with a down box on the left, a small single barrel in the middle, and a roller box on the right, then finish it off with an up rail
Damn right, It'd be awesome if I could get a three choice setup like that. Can anyone think of anything really different? Something thats not difficult to hit but adds a suprise element to the course that you dont usually see.
Flat Down Rail with a big jump with no gap on.
Big Kicky 40-60foot Table
Long flat Rail
Down Flat Down Box
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With what Ive got available, was thinking... (Short indoor slope mind you for big range of abilities)
Up flat rail
Triple picnic bench
Down flat down rail
But was looking into building something fun like a muliple choice rail set up. Good idea to maybe build a hip before a downward facing wallride at the bottom so people can see it clearly. Hmm got me thinking!
start off with a big step up to step down in the middel, a step down onto a u rail on the right, and a street set up down rail on the left, then a decent sized jump, then another jump, then a hip, then a bunch of rails and boxes (also an s rail), and then a wall ride or a qaurter pipe(and there would be a long enough space between the last box or rail and wall so that you could get enough speed for the wall and not have to skip the last box or rail).
couple fairly large lippy jumps, an up flat down box, a flat down box, a down rail, a down flat down rail then a 4 jump line then staircase combo box such as the one above, then a big jump, then a wallride combo then a PC style disco box, then a flat down flat then a flat up flat then another down rail to an up box to back to back C boxes both curving opposite directions into an s rail dawg into a step up to a step down, then a butter box then an up down then another trapazoid then a gap to rail then a tire jib then a up gap down mailbox combo then another jump line of 6 then a chanel gap then a down flat down box then an up rail then a flat bar then an up flat down flat down mellow but long but perfect box.
flat down 10 ft of flat, 20 feet of down. 50fter, 65, 55, 20 ft up rail. 45ft dfd box/ 35 ft trap rail, right banking c box.
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open up with a stair set with a hand rail and box ledge
side by side an up flat and a flat rail
side by side down rail and dfd rail
side by side flat to gap to flat rail and a 30 footer
side by side up rail and 30 footer
thats mine... its all pretty much doable for me and it offers good choice so all the lines arnt the same
a few lumps in the snow.
a flat rail 6 inches above the snow
a few 10 foot jumps in a row
another flat rail maybe 8 inches off the snow
a 3 foot drop
an x factor ramp up to a picnic table
and then a slush pit.