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Wishing for winter
Well I was sitting around looking at some of my pictures through the years and thought I would share some of my snomachine pictures with you guys. Most of these were taken from 1999 thru 2006. I have since sold my snowmachines due to a back injury last winter, but after looking at myh pictures I hope to be able to sled once again.

These pictures were taken before I had a digital camera so I scanned them, sorry if they are not the best quality.

Later,










Wyobraz


"A government big enough to supply everything you need, is big enough to take everything you have. - Thomas Jefferson

(This post was edited by Wyobraz on Aug 26, 2007, 4:38 PM)
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Re: [Wyobraz] Wishing for winter In reply to
Now that's what I'm talkin about Braz! Awesome shots you got there. Can't wait myself.







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hey dude, you got a pilots license for that thing...

Narly hang time man, way too kool pix...Cool


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Ya Dave in the jumping pics I was getting a pretty good run and hitting the jump at about 60-65 MPH. Once you hit the jump your sled is completely vertical and it is up to the rider to manipulate the sled in the air to get it horizontal again.

If you fail to get the sled horizontal you will almost come back down in the same spot you launched from, but instead of landing normal you land on the back of the track. But if you can get the sled horizontal again like I have in the bottom picture you can travel anywhere from 80 to 100'. In the bottom picture we measured that I flew about 110' with an average height of around 10-15'.

Wyobraz


"A government big enough to supply everything you need, is big enough to take everything you have. - Thomas Jefferson