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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-15-2017, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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Ready for Wildcat?

I ride at Kissing Bridge, and am wondering if I should try a wildcat. I've been practicing on their air bag and land it every time, but their actual jumps are shaped differently. I'm considering trying one off a 5 foot spine, would that be too risky? Thanks.
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If ur landing it evertime on the airbag, it means you defiitly have the rotation down, 5 foot spine should give u the air you need to spot the landig and at least avoid serious injury, and finish the rote.

Wear a helmet lol
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