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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-12-2011, 02:05 PM
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Cutting tracks in Sunset Park, Brooklyn

I woke up realllly early today in hopes of hitting the slope outside my front door before the mayor called school's off. Luckily, he didn't. Brooklyn represent. Cut 9 trails before my dog got really waterlogged.




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Street rails skeer the bejeesus out of me but that doesn't stop me from scoping them out... one of my goals this winter is to hit a few of them that we've found.

Here is the Impossible rail at a local high school... It's got magazine cover-shot written all over it. This one is not on my "to do" list, at least for this season
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Used a banshee bungee the other day on a 15' flat rail in a friend's backyard. Put the rail on a very mellow decline & hit it for about 2 hours. Unfortunately my GoPro ran out of memory (I had forgotten to erase the memory before we started) so I'm waiting for most of the footage that Jon got on his camera...
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Does anyone know any spots on NJ

I am trying to put together a good video but i cant find any urban

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I may be being totally over optimistic but Houston Texas is supposed to get snow for about 10 hours today, it may not be much but I can dream right? my trip to love land got canceled so this is my only shot. Any tips for riding urban/golf courses?

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I borrowed a small wooden fence that i was able to boardslide on, but it was proper bendy, had to try and support the middle with extra mounds of snow. it still worked to some extent. and made a kicker to clear a gap over the little stream. My local GC is very hilly, so the one with the stream at the bottom of the slope kept away most of the kids on sledges
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