I was thinking of making some sort of a drop in at the top - and not hit the whole rail. My town does not have good urban so this is some of the best i'm working with. Although, I should still look around
HA I unfortunately live in Rochester, where it's the flattest in MN... Duluth and the Twin Cities have better stuff but I happen to live in the midwestiest part of MN. I do have this crazy down rail at my high school but that thing is nutz
I gotcha get a bungee? I got a 10 ft and it's decent when you wax your skis, not enough speed to hit big up rails and stuff but good enough for backyard/flat or down urban rails or little jumps. It's also great for long boarding if you are into that. They also offer a 20ft bungee for a lot more $.
trust me people, rochester isn't great for urban, only if i'm willing to do some crazy shit. there's this tall down rail at a high school, and this other sketchy ass rail at a college... can't really find any others with better space than this
It really doesnt look worth it in my opinion. Unless you want to setup some type of super-creative-tranny-finding real ski fi shit. I would look for other options in town or go on a road trip, or just build your own rail.
From my frustrating experiences with street rails ive leaned one thing: if it doesnt look like its worth the time you put in to prep it, dont bother. yes that rail is skiable but i'd find something better. my $.02
fuck off. seriously, that was completely unnecessary. I was mostly asking for input on different ways to hit it. i'm not even this mean, you're just a complete chode. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO READ IT DON'T CLICK IT you fucking retard
doesn't have to be a total horse penis about it. i reiterate, i want other input. I'm not that much of a dumbass where I don't know how to hit a rail. Of course I see how. I'm just throwing ideas around, and that dumb bitch woulda known if he read the thread.