tahoegold said:Choose you line carefully so you dont have to cut more than necessary!:nono:
Uhh Berkley take note, if you gave us some cash to buy some decent wood then we wouldnt build janky stuff..Berkley said:That's a pretty big tree to cut down. Could ultimately end up with some real erosion.
Moosey and Smurf, take note: this is how non-janky things are made.
You can get scrap wood for pennies on the dollar. Check Home Depot/Lowe's and/or any local lumber yards. They have stuff they'll sell dirt cheap because it isn't up to standards for sale (usually blemished or something like that) but is perfectly good for building jumps.PapaSmurf99 said:Uhh Berkley take note, if you gave us some cash to buy some decent wood then we wouldnt build janky stuff..
do not cut trees....that is rule 1 in building....drift ladder to left and make drop higher or go to the side of the treeHaus Boss said:I wish the tree didn't need to go, but there's really no way around it. I knew from the get go it was going to be a tight fit. My building partner insisted we could ride through it, but once it was up, it became rather evident it wasn't gonna work. No other lumberjack activities are planned other than that single tree, the rest of the line works really well.
The top of the run is actually pretty cool. There's a giant oak that toppled over recently that we're going to use to set some stunts up on.
William42 said:pepper, that looks absolutely rad. Super fun dip for the beginner intermediate riders, and a smooth easy gap for the faster more experienced riders. Well built stunt. Looks like it would be sick to manual across and pump the bike side.