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kyled 01-20-2014 04:25 PM

Building a snowboard jump?
 
so tomorrow here on long island were getting 8-12 inches of snow, and i was jw if this would be enough snow to build a jump to do front flips off of because i won't be able to see a mountain for awhile and last time i left one i was so close to landing it, any opinions are welcome

S4Shredr 01-21-2014 03:35 PM

Definitely enough snow to make a jump, just need a good hill. Build it up, pour some water on it if needed, shape it, and try your tricks. I suggest making a big pile of snow for the landing if you're doing inverts. This is exactly how I learned to do backflips.

CassMT 01-21-2014 03:42 PM

right now, go 'find' 3 pallets and some other scrappy lumber....2 will be the skeleton of the jump, one is the landing. build a thing (rickety is fine), let it get snowed on overnight. pile some more snow all around it. get a friend to hit it first....shoot video

Decade190 01-21-2014 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by CassMT (Post 1457145)
right now, go 'find' 3 pallets and some other scrappy lumber....2 will be the skeleton of the jump, one is the landing. build a thing (rickety is fine), let it get snowed on overnight. pile some more snow all around it. get a friend to hit it first....shoot video

Seconded.... film it and stick it on here

And by frontflip, you mean tamedog? Also, I take it you have at least a small hill ha


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