vegitate is called off due to Mt. Hood building a new mid mountain lodge. Mt. St. Helens researches have recently discovered a new lodge will create a greater magnetic pull increasing chances of Hood erupting. Meadows has stated that they do not want to have all of the best riders in oregon on one mountain at the same time, the risk is too great for skiing to loose all possible progression of the park and pipe scene in the northwest. Please Mark don't go.....
no, that seems to be the all to familiar format:
i build you hit, i build you hit
when i was out filming myself, friends, etc. back in the day just for fun we built jumps on our own. i just want to know if anyone can build a good jump anymore?
+my arms are tired
here are five key hints.
-smooth trannee (this doesn't mean it can't have pop)
go out and get some. here is one of my main points as of late that backcountry CAN BE more fun for the rider, viewer, and tale:
If someone does a switch five, sw 9, etc. off a huge park jump, no one truly gives a fuck(except maybe the homies possy and a few other locals), nor would many people see it as a standout point in a movie. Now if someone does a sw 5 off of, say Chad's Gap, everyone talks, the movie goers are stoked to watch it over and over, but most importantly, the rider is filled with a unique and unparrelled memory of stoke for they built, hit, and stuck something that is all their's. I don't know how to explain it, you just have to go out and try it for yourself.