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iberg and i found this cool ass site. Everyone should take pics of all the rails around there towns and get this site loaded and who knows, some crazy rail pro like Frank R might come to your town and session.
so sick. oh and make sure to have some in run in the photo
p.s I want some New Brunswick photos. i heard tings
to relate it to your backcountry, imagine you find a sick double stager that nobody knows about, and you could session it all day on a pow day to yourself and theres still snow on it. you go proceed to tell people where it is sooner or later everybodys hitting it and its all tracked out after 2 hours on a pow day. think about that except you get busted because everybodys hitting it and police keep getting complaint calls about it, no more urban for anybody
the search is half the fun. Even though something like google earth for Urban rails would be awesome and much easier. But like i said the search is half the run. PLus so many rails would get even MORE played then they already are.
i feel like .0001 of the kids on NS hit urban rails. If someone is posting pictures of a rail ill enough for Frank Raymond or someone to go to... then kids will be hitting it regardless of whether or not it's online.
If there are mad pictures of 14 stairs down rails.. the bust on those might go up.... but i doubt Joe Schmoe is gonna be looking at that site to find out what rail he wants to session.
personally think this is a pretty sick idea people thinking that spots will get blown up and shit I dont really see how it would its not like people are going to be coming across the country just to hit 1 rail or something
One of the best things about urban is going out and finding your own rail, and eventually being able to get a trick on the thing. I don't want people to tell me where all their spots are and I will not tell them mine. Respect the process.