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me and my freinds live up in duluth and we want to do a long mellow flat rail where in duluth is a perfect urban with goood inrun and landing with a snow pile near by can you tell me some places they don't have to be that perfect tho we need alot of snow???
looks like a case for THE D-CREW! (a-team music plays in background)
there's isn't much for long mellow flat rails really. I would maybe say the down rail at East from the track. other than that there isn't much.
how bout lake superior college? the thing about long flat rails is that they're usually nowhere near a hill.
speaking of duluth urban, i know of a c-rail that is do-able as soon as we get enough snow. needs a car toe in. i would also be down for that duluth east rail.
There are no good rails in duluth...not to mention no snow
i was actually just about to make a forum about this.
where are good urbans that people have found in the cities of st. paul/mpls. whats the rail, inrun, all like. we went jibbing last night but all we found was fairly steep down rails
"i think we should go to hyland tonight and take a rail"
"you mean like the crazy train?"
we did have the 6 page "handrail" thread
its soooo big!
Theres one in peidmont its probably the nicest rail in duluth and its actually doable. Isnt that amazing?
wouldn't you like to know where that c rail is. ha. no, but it's in the w. michigan parking ramp. it curves down and to the left. but i really haven't taken a good look at it. (if we ever get snow, there's a good bomb drop off of that too.)
yeah I've seen that rail, thought about that rail, never done that rail though
thats alright but if you fall back ur pretty much effed
there are a ton of sweet rails in duluth
hell yes there are travis and i hit some with dave and elder featherstone (aka chief featherstone)
haha, there's really not that many, but there's still a few good one's on our list.
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