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    A Jump!

    your all getting tired of my small jump pics ad berm pics but im gonna post 'em anyway

    berm then jump fun to ride

    and my super cool dog
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    how 'bout a pic of you jumping it? Or better yet, your dog jumping it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingwalrus
    how 'bout a pic of you jumping it? Or better yet, your dog jumping it....
    when my bike comes their be many pics of me, ill try and get my dog riding
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    u should move that jump farther back and make it bigger. u have plenty of room to do so

    btw, my dog kiks ur dog in the rump

    edit: oh yea, and a landing

    edit: looks like ur jump is just straight line upwards. make it curved
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcoe newbie
    your all getting tired of my small jump pics ad berm pics but im gonna post 'em anyway



    Dude, i love how keen you are, but you gotta see that from your pics it only seems like an hours work (or less!). People here probably dig and build for hours and hours, continuously week after week. You aren't going to get much respect making little piles of dirt or berms that don't lead to anything!! Next time put more effort in if you are gonna post pics. Shape that jump, spray it with water and let it pack down and harden. Your jump won't last long in its current form, tis too soft.
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    spice it up

    nice job, keep working on it. with that new gemini ull push urself even further. soon u will build bigger. young grasshopper here has much to learn. i would show my stuff except im computer stupid and cant shrink my pics down to the right friggin size, anyone wana give me a step by step idiots guid to doing it let me know
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    ur berm is way better now, but move that jump back.
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    you should build a six or eight or ten or twelve or fourteen pack after that berm... with spikes in between each lip and landing...
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    so, do you just jump in the hole?


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    so, do you just jump in the hole?
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    so, do you just jump in the hole?
    if your talking about the one 5-6 feet from the jump, yes its were i land. its shaped a little like a transition so its not that bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chikity China
    u should move that jump farther back and make it bigger. u have plenty of room to do so

    btw, my dog kiks ur dog in the rump

    edit: oh yea, and a landing

    edit: looks like ur jump is just straight line upwards. make it curved
    not much room, the pink line is the limit to were i can build or my dad will be angry i dug up the good grass.

    my dog is still a puppy
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    cool stuff...keep on riding and building...that is way cool
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