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    Listen! backyard northshore pics

    I just moved into my new house and i have alot of room in my backyard and im thinking of making some northshore stunts and I need some ideas. post your pics if you want. thanks
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    Listen! thanks

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    make an S, like two berms if you know what i mean, and some teeters and maybe a double teeter and everything you can think off, congrats on your new house man.

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    thanks

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    Tis but a fading memory....

    Here's my buddy's old "play park." It was mostly for technical practice and not really stunts, so to speak, but very fun when the trails were snowed in last winter. It had two teeters that were level (like a plank) that dropped when you rode out to the end, several 4x4 skinnies, a high bridge, a suspension bridge, and the "sluice box" which was a counter weighted board that rolled down pvc pipe covered steel rods. You rode out onto the plank, hit your brakes hard enough to get the slide going and then rode off the end. A rock attached by webbing brought the plank back up for the next person. It was pretty fun.

    Unfortunately, its no longer around due to the home owner's association. Make sure if you live in a neighborhood with an association that its ok to build. They made him tear it down.
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    www.iwantmymtb.com they have some shore stuff, look in their 03 and 02 invintories, they got some good stuff, and ideas.

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    thanks

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    Here are a few pictures of the ladder that used to be in my backyard.
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    Throw it down NASTY.

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    better pics....





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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
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    LOL, who designed that thing, Dr. Suess? Actually, its some nice freeform carpentry, though the legs looks a bit spindly for long term use.

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    Nice stuff...
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    one of the jumps in my backyard

    nice looking stuff everyone, heres a lil something from my backyard

    thanks to jbsoxb for makin it possible for my pics
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    Click the link, I gots some pictures of my backyard from early spring. Its changed alot. I took out that skinny because it was pointless and boring. I made the tabletop pictured about a 5 foot double, and I have another 5- 6 foot double in a field behind my house. I might take some pictures of them tomarrow. http://trianglemtb.com/yabbse/index.php?topic=874.0
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    My ladder in the woods:




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