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Here in Pamporovo we have a half pipe, but it''s really a beginners one. So it was easy for me to learn how to ride it. And the most important thing for me was building up a momentum while riding in the pipe. Once you drop down the walls it''s good to just practice riding in the pipe and building speed. This will help you later on with the tricks and the speed that''s needed to perform higher jumps and more advanced tricks.
is this a old Schematic? i think most pipe now is 3-5m from lip to flat. being tal i pefur 5m.
helo may we have your half pipe use as a picture for our made website
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Is there a vertical decline from the entry to the finish line? How steep?
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Maybe post what its about and not how to play it.
Ok normally this website is really helpful, but this halfpipe page is just not helping me at all. I was hoping for info on how to transfer your weight in the transitions, how to jump past the lip if you''re a small person, and the best way to drop in backside.
@ ted mast Yes, there generally is a vertical decline as the pipe goes down the hill, but every pipe I''ve seen it has not been very steep.
a cool sport
Great halfpipe diagram, last year Keystone resort had a half-bowl at the end of their terrain park, it was an awesome new twist to see in the freestyle section!
I want to help fulfil one of my grandpas wishes,
I was talking with my grandpa one day and he told me that he was watching a show with skiers,
he said he was extremely interested in how
they kept the snow on the pipe
but he was also interested about the fact that
at the end of the competition, the snow immideatly melted off the pipe.
He would really enjoy being able to observe how you would get the snow to stay on.
They could construct safer halfpipes. Simply add a 4 foot high safe zone with a 45 degree bank at the top of the pipe, so you don''t have that dangerous 90 degree lip and the hard flat on top. So if they don''t make it all the way back into the pipe, they at least land on a 45 degree bank rather than slamming down hard on the flat. Mark the transition between the pipe and the safe zone and deduct points for landing in the safe zone.