14 ft or so...
Thanks for the video. I've never done anything like that before. How hard or what kind of skills is required?
Need a the right bike set up and BALLS OF SKILLS!!!
I have stood on the edge of that ramp and can tell you it takes huge balls to do that drop. Those guys made it look easy.
Nice video. You have to see this jump in person to get the full impact of its difficulty. Just thinking of that ramp and the (minimal) lead in makes my palms sweat.
crazy! also watched the rest of the videos on the site. awesome!
I am amazed at the skill level and the brass ones required to do that drop. From experience with motorbikes I know that a video or pic doesn't quite convey how high or steep some of those things are..
Current ride(s) 2011 Santa Cruz Blur LT
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Cool drop. Which island?
Damn, you guys are being modest. Looks closer to 20ft to me...
Axle Standards Explained
Originally Posted by aikane
NOT! Stay up Maka'pia'pia Hillside four lefts after sessioning A'kaumanua Trail. Go back to your "strahw-barry 'ice-shave'".