Back in the day I would have jumped my bike off that ramp, if I did it now I would end up broken. It's 41" tall at 10'. It was North Shore trail inspiration to install the expanded metal.The Wraith said:That ramp looks like it could have a further existance as some north shore kinda trail addition... :twisted:
Yeah, me too! It would've been on my candy apple red Schwinn Stingray, with the ape hanger handlebars, sissy bar and the drag slick rear tire. I'm sure there would've been blood! :help1:carljwnc said:Back in the day I would have jumped my bike off that ramp, if I did it now I would end up broken.
I forgot about that.Kevin said:(one front control arm bracket was already broken you may recall).
Hasn't happened yet, but it will... Whole family had the flu last weekend and my in-laws were in town for the little girls b-day, this weekend it's been snowing:? and cold, such is life........carljwnc said:This weekend I'm going to get the ramp out again and do some more research on what happens
WHOOHOO!!!:woohoo:Can't wait to see the results.:icon_cool: Did you end up with those discos from McMaster??? If you think they look good, I may go on and order some.:icon_biggrin:MountainBiker said:I have all the hardware for the quick disconnect endlinks. Just need to do some cutting and drilling, and then they'll be ready for final assembly and fitting.
I just need to find some time for the install and testing. Hopefully I'll have a test report (yes, including pictures) by mid-August.