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Discussion in 'Trials' started by fiep, Aug 20, 2009.
So now you want to crash in the grass? Good idea!
it is soooooooooooooo much better than crashing in the stickers and rocks i have in my yard
Been known to happen!
It's do-able. Not sure about trying it on the KTM just yet though.
Gordy, keep Deb off the log, or she will move up to fast and humble me. I would hate to have to practice between events.
Seriously, Cool section material!
Need to cut the end off ,so you can show us how to ride the looong way!
When you get snowed in, come on down and..............
................Randy can show us how without cutting it off!
I just caught that!
Not to many of us at the Graham Jarvis level... LOL.
Nice!!!. Way to go Gordy!
We have yet to see the `other` side of the log Gordy!
Or the face plant that goes with it!
Added a couple new Novice lines to the back yard this evening. They look easy, and hopefully soon they will be.
They are also bi-directional. So I have 4 sections to play with.
Had to do yard work the other day... At lest it was the kind of yard work that has useful results for my families trials practice.
Has anyone used this or similar type ramps for a backyard setup? Instead of getting more logs or rocks to add to my layout, I've been thinking of adding something like this that I can easily re-arrange or build on.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Meh, slick and will fall apart after a while.
Build it yourself. Pallets, scrap wood and add skids or castors to move it around. Best small obstacle is a long skinny about 2 feet off the ground. Blind folded figure 8's.
Any video of this? What technique for this, double blip?