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Old 02-28-06, 04:26 PM   #1
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got this pic last night 27 degrees out street riding in town.
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Old 02-28-06, 04:36 PM   #2
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27F = nothing.
27F without gloves = hard.
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I freakin love pallet ramps =D
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That is by far, the most sturdy ramp I have ever seen.
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i was out riding too last night and man was it freezing, especially with the wind chill.
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That's awesome. Hell of a sturdy ramp like he said too, lol

EDIT: Just wanted to add, the temperatures here are lovely; just went for a ride up to get the mail and it was about 50' F, after a light rain so the air smelled great and the dirt roads weren't dusty at all.
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I took that one on Saturday. The speed Jake was hitting that thing at was ridiculous.
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did you cut wood off the pallets?
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Old 02-28-06, 08:32 PM   #11
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No. Why would you think that?
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Dude ur lucky BMXInvasion your pro that must feel good!
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One of my neighbours broke his collar bone jumping a crappy ramp made of pallets on his 4-wheeler. Don't ask me why they were jumping ramps on 4-wheelers... who knows
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thats awsome, whats with the ramps? was it takin in the same night as beerman?
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I took that one on Saturday. The speed Jake was hitting that thing at was ridiculous.

that rail looks nice. gap to rail off the pallet would be hot

i wish it was that warm over here
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Warm? It's raining right now, and there's snow on all of the hills. I haven't seen this much snow here in nearly a decade.

edit: I've never seen anyone acually hit those rail; there's so many other things to do at that spot (there's several sets of back-to-back 12x12 flat benches underneath the overhang, gapping down the stairs, etc, etc) that no one ever bothers. Jake was actually calling out a 180 hop over the rail, though. I don't doubt that he'll do it.
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i assumed it's warm over there, because of the shirt
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