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Old 11-27-04, 10:46 AM   #1
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I want to build some freeriding stuff in the woods next to my house. Have any of you build this stuff before and how did you do it. I have a lot of good treaty 2x6's to use so thats not a problem. Any ideas would be great. I'm not going to build it to high right now because im new to freeriding. I also need ideas of how to build a good dirt jump style wood ramp that would be moved pretty easily. Thanks

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Old 11-27-04, 11:16 AM   #2
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See saws are always good, and small skinnies ae great for honing your balance skills, to be honest, the sky is the limit with Northshore stuff as long as you have the wood and the equipment, experiment, see what you can come up with!
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I don't want to make it a big constrution project and i want it to be exapandable easly. Do you think if i just made boxs and conected them with the riding surface would work well. Right now im only thinking about 2-4 feet high.
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Any jump plains or north shore style plains would be good
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I don't want to make it a big constrution project and i want it to be exapandable easly. .
north shore doesnt take that long to make, like 1 1/2 hours for 12 ft long ladder.in like2 full days of work you could have an awesome set up.
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