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donotreplyhey anyone ever managed to do a mini set up to practice rails indoor ? i live in a small apartment and have no way to set something in a yard. however i manage to go back to my parents quite often and they have a massive basement so i was thinking there’d be a way to set up small practice area . has anyone ever done that or think it’s actually achievable 🤔
OregonDeadhow high are those basement ceilings OP?
WoFlowzMsnow once reposted a kid who did that looked sick but you’d most definetly need some sort of landing other than the concrete
TRVP_ANGELbuy a snow maker and start spraying your basement
HardIt could be done for sure. I have a ramp inside of a garage and my biggest complaint is how loud everything is. I imagine this could be an issue if it's inside of a house. Everything from clicking and unclicking skis, riding down msnow, sliding and jumping around on PVC and landing hard on skis is really loud.
Indo boards, skis on roller blocks, slackracks, ski addiction tramp skis with their ledge thing, etc might be a better alternative to train rail skills.