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Old 04-04-07, 05:47 PM   #1
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simple log obstacle (pics)

I built this obstacle with a friend in a couple of hours. It's not much, but it sure is a lot of fun!

The obstacle from the side, with my friend walking by:



Me going over the obstacle:



There's more pictures here: http://altbit.org/pseudorandom/image...able/obstacle/

My bud forgot his skid lid, but we had a great time riding on (and falling off of) this contraption.
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Old 04-04-07, 06:37 PM   #2
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Take the boards off, stack the 3 logs in triangle then you'll have an obstacle worth doing.
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Old 04-04-07, 07:05 PM   #3
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nice capri pants
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Hey that's great a little something something at the side of the house!! Better then sitting on the couch I say.
Nice.
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I built this obstacle with a friend in a couple of hours.
Your apparent desperate lack of carpentry skills does not diminish the fact that that's a neat little obstacle - get it dialed, and when you encounter something similar on the trail, you won't even think twice about hitting it.
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Old 04-04-07, 07:25 PM   #6
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Your apparent desperate lack of carpentry skills does not diminish the fact that that's a neat little obstacle - get it dialed, and when you encounter something similar on the trail, you won't even think twice about hitting it.
even when wearing capris.
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Fun...

Look at the concentration on his face, priceless.
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Fun...

Look at the concentration on his face, priceless.

Trying not to damage his capris.
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Hmm...seems we have some big talkers around here.

Looks like a good start. Keep building. I've never been comfortable doing obstacles in clipless

And is that a Monocog?
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Trying not to damage his capris.
Having trouble with your panties are you.
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Having trouble with your panties are you.
No, it's your girl's panties that are giving me trouble.
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Trying not to damage his capris.
Of course. Once you've got a nice pair of shants/manpris, you do not want to trash them.

You have to be cautious. I nearly tore a small bit of leg stitching on this pair.

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Of course. Once you've got a nice pair of shants/manpris, you do not want to trash them.

You have to be cautious. I nearly tore a small bit of leg stitching on this pair.
And I can respect this opinion.
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Good job. Keep at it. Then when you feel you have that dialed, move things around. Narrower, taller, put a corner in, just use the logs, make a teeter, etc.
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Ok troll boy.
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Ok troll boy.
I dislike your attitude.
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I think Junkyards vagina is the reason that the beaches are erroding.
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log. heh heh.
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I think Junkyards vagina is the reason that the beaches are erroding.
you just wanted a reason to say "vagina". fack off.
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No, but I do want to say communist.

you communist.
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glad to see someone jumped in and correctly called them manpris.
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Cool deal. Any off-trail practice will improve your skills for when you're back in the woods. Good job!
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No, but I do want to say communist.

you communist.
communist manpris.
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I think Junkyards vagina is the reason that the beaches are erroding.
Which is exactly the reason I wear manpris at times. They keep my vagina refreshingly clear of sand.

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