I agree w/LyNx - how the hell do you guys pull off the landing? What's the technique???LyNx said:Well I don't know about the Lidarman image ( I know prob photo angle that makes it hard to appreciate) but the others are just a little bit Woah my skills have improved a lot since I started riding just over 2 years ago and more so since I got my Trance, but I'm not sure I'd attemp any of those (maybe the short concrete wall) My big problem is keeping the weight over the rear and stopping the fork from compressing like hell and the sending me OTB if I try stuff like that. Lot's of respect to you lads for riding that stuff and even though I don't ride stuff like that I too know the "Oh my *** I hope he doesn't pull brakes now, 'cause I can't stop and if I do apply brakes now I'll prob end up on the ground".
knollybikes.com said:From a photo shoot last spring.
Here's some more fun information about this drop!scrublover said:now that's impressive! looks like that'd take a whole lotta' commitment at the lip. not much room for error if you decide to not do it at the last second.
looks nice and straight/smooth, with a great runout.
mind you, i'm not saying i'd ride it or anything!
That is the same spot I took all right. And here is almost the exact same pic with me chasing Michael down.LyNx said:HOLY F*CK don't think you could pay me enough to try that (right now at least, maybe in a year or 2) AND as I said photo angle is key, that's the same place as Lidarman and yet his image looks like a nice, quite steep, but fun and rideable roll down. The images kadeater attached however tells a different story.