no, you still cant because our weather will be sunny and warm, meanwhile yours will still be gray and cold. not to mention i would rather shred great mtns for 8 months, than be stuck in the european equivalent of the midwest.
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im gunna do this one too but higher and a steeper drop cuz my boxes r 2 feet tall each and theres 2 10 footers so that makes a 20 foot flat box and i got a 20 foot flat barrel rail. i think im going to do a 24 foot flat down flat too. one of my favorite boxes
summer setup is gunna be ill. hopefully i learn a shit ton
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skiing is fun dont u think?
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haven't tried it, but i honestly don't think its worth your time and money. snow gel is a one time and done thing. much easier to use astro turf and water and add soap if necessary (which it shouldn't be if you build your setup steep enough)
from my personal experience, snowgel is horrible. it is very expensive when you look to cover an area for a drop in and a landing and because it is basically just little balls of gel, it gets moved very easily. what i mean by this is it will move off the drop in or landing and be useless. it does not even improve speed that much so i would say save the money and just use some good old fashion water and laundry detergent
i only hit jumps if there is a rail on the backside...
my ramp is 6 feet tall and i have 2 rails, a 16 foot tripp berl and a 14 foot 6 inch pipe, you get the speed to make it to the end but i wish i made my ramp a little taller because you halfto launch yourself into it with poles, if i did it again i would make it about 7 or 8 feet tall
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