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tdollothose are some pretty small rails bro
JichelMustenNow that winter season is over in the midwest I need to start getting a summer setup. I probably wouldn't do it at my house since I can't get any speed but my friend has a backyard park that I ride a lot. We normally have comps there every year but this year we didn't have enough snow. This was our 2015 set up.
We tried to do some summer skiing but it really didn't work that well. We put water and soap on some turf.
Are there any other material that works better that aren't super expensive? Also, where do people get there pvc rails from? We have some solid rails but I think tube rails are really good for learning new tricks on. For example a rail like this (maybe a little smaller would be perfect for new tricks.
We have plenty of wood and materials to build stuff with so that isn't a problem. What are some unique things that you guys do that work well for the summer?
Foley1221Seen your YouTube videos there really good you got a sick backyard and wish I could be in one of your comps.
JichelMustenIf you're in the midwest near the twin cities you can for sure come out and ride it sometime. It's a pretty open park as long as you contact someone on the park crewUnfortunately I live in Massachusetts so I can't but still a sick park. Do u custom make ur metal rails and weld them? Or do u buy them or get old ones from a resort?
Foley1221Unfortunately I live in Massachusetts so I can't but still a sick park. Do u custom make ur metal rails and weld them? Or do u buy them or get old ones from a resort?