I wanted to go to the lake placid ramp camp and u need a USSA membership...the form confuses the hell out of me it has all these prices under a "COMPITITION FORM" and none on the first form. so if anyone has been or has a USSA membership if you could help out and tell what it cost and explian the form it would be aprreciated.
two questions, how old are you and have ever had a ussa membership before? if youre young enough and youve never been a member then you can get a rookie. otherwise i think you have to get a competitor membership.
i have a sick video that my friend took when she was there, its of her friend doing some like triple backflip 360 off the biggest aerial jump. but its like 4 people going at once. its really dirty. but its on facebook so i can't get it
yo deffinately go to ramp camp there! i go every summer and there jump has a hydraulic on the top of it that makes the lip into an aerial kicker or freeride jump, sooo sick. i cant help you out with the form but deffinately go mad fun timess!
i went there when i was 13, and i got the rookie membership. i think it was only $50.
it was a lot of fun, but for some reason i like completely forgot how to ski over that summer, so it wasnt as fun as it should have been. i kinda wish i could go back now that im better to learn some new stuff, but i cant afford it.
and to the kid who said its mostly mogul skiers- thats true but it doesnt really matter. plenty of freeride kids go too
as for the jump having the hydraulic top, there are 3 settings, top down, freeride, and aerials. top down is the smallest it goes, but you can still get pretty big off it. freeride the top is up, but it doesnt get any steeper than top down - the takeoff is just longer. and aerials they make it a little steeper, so you boost even higher, but its got more of a feel for aerials jumps.
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