With the first ramp built leading to nowhere since day one,
we decided to give this best line the fastest and most technical bridge we ever built.
A banked roller that twist and bank 3 times in a space of 4metres.
Liyana and Alvin got things started with the nailing while I do most of the sawing and wood matching. Hammering nails certainly not something I am good at and I won’t want to spoil that new batch of nails today.
After 2+ months building wooden ‘North Shore’ style bridges, we have certainly gotten better.
Plans for teeter are in place, and a banked wall ride is plan for the exit of this section.
I am still thinking of ways to use the 2 fallen trunks smack in the middle of this section. Seats for spectators? I guess another trunk ride should be more interesting…
banked roller – 7 manhours.
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Hey HM, great work on the NS-ish skinnys’ and ramps. When do you guys need crash test dummies? 😉
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