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The "north shore" style drop, when i stand uunder it (im about 5'10) theres about 3-4 inches above it..u guess the rest from there how high it is to the landing..we said near 8 feet..
The "road gap" is 27 feet long, and about 7 feet high, from top of board to top of tranny. the length in the gap is hard to see in some pictures, but there is an xc/ running trail under it.
 

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some more..

some more..

The rider is Anthony R, or NORCOticsKID..last pic is of him also..i think its sweet.
 

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no hes not, just balls, ambition to ride a new bike and a good ammount of skill i guess.. thanks.
 

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also, comming from him, that drop couldnt have been smoother with that bike, and he has no clue why people are bashing the shocks and fork then they feel so nice. its kinda funny to see that monster almost bottomed. hes landing the road gap thats why its so low.
 

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hilikus said:
he looks like hes starin right at a tree
hahah lmao... i thought that too
 

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that drops looks pretty sketch. nice pictures though. good to see hes using that bike and not caring about what other people said
 

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.downhillfaster. said:
thats funny how? i post pictures of what i spent time in making and a friend riding it on his new bike, and they moderators on here laugh at that. :rolleyes: Hmm..i think its funny u only post pictures of that one gap you guys hit, i havnt seen anything else. but i dont laugh at it.
 

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KevinM[Freerider] said:
The "north shore" style drop, when i stand uunder it (im about 5'10) theres about 3-4 inches above it..u guess the rest from there how high it is to the landing..we said near 8 feet..
The "road gap" is 27 feet long, and about 7 feet high, from top of board to top of tranny. the length in the gap is hard to see in some pictures, but there is an xc/ running trail under it.
That white stuff looks like a b!tch to ride with, but it looks like the seattle area might be getting some of that tonight
 

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its not that bad to ride in if u know how to go and keep good balance and stuff, its the cornering that gets tricky. i didnt ride much, i just took pics and cleared off the ice on the drops. i have a bald blue groove (doesnt matter anymore, its pure ruber) on the front of my stp and a k rad in the back, riding for me wasnt the best lol.
 

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.downhillfaster. said:
I'm not laughing at your riding - I'm laughing at the fact that you were dumb enough to post "measurements" after yesterday's discussion...especially when you are overestimating the 27' "road gap" by about 10'....you're more than welcome to come hit any of our spots, once you get your license.
Yeah but the pictures DHF posted are high quality, and have good riding in them.
 
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