I Bet this has already bean asked before but I was just woundering whats the best thing to put on a in run besides snow and what are some good ways to make harder rails...??
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i heard you put carpet with soap for fake snow. and uhh, metal rails... me and some friends are planning to go get some snow sometime soon and go urban jibbing in seattle. my friends got a truck, its gonna be nice. big scary rails though, but il do it.
Never tried and it would probably be really expensive, but i bet it would work almost as good as snow. That fake ice stuff they use to train hockey players with. Its liek a hard plastic that you can somehow skate on! anyways that would work awesome.
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Hey, you might not like this idea, but its worth it. My brother and i
drove around for a whole summer and picked up wood pallets
( large wood boxes. we took them and made a 30ft. ramp and a 6ft.
kicker. I found some sheet plastic and we laid it down for a landing.
Its really good on powder days in the winter but just as good in the
dry summer- landing just on the plastic. Now we can ski all year, just
as long as we don't fall because its just like landing on dirt.
3 summers later and i haven't had an injury yet. Gotta go- it's time
for my chriopactic appointment.
Here's what I have been doing. Go find a hockey rink thats open all year long. Go around back and pick up all the snow the zamboni drops off. My friend bought one of those plastic pools from Wal-Mart, put it in the back of his car and filled it with snow. We now go urban jibbing with car tow-ins all year, but damn do stairs hurt without all the snow!
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here's my question... i wanna make a small like 6 foot ramp and then a 10 foot rail in my back yard... but how do i make the rail stable? like how can i get a rail that will be stable enough to work on?