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I've done that, never crashed though. Was lucky; have done enough jumps to know to adjust the throttle, but I think perhaps I had angels guiding me to safety. The main thing is I managed to keep the sled going in a straight line, in the video you can see the sled changed angles to the right, which meant no control. Main thing is: snow is usually soft. He didn't seem hurt, just nerve racked.
 

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Nothing like cruising along and hitting a sucker bump

early season riding or late season is full of those
 

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Nothing like cruising along and hitting a sucker bump

early season riding or late season is full of those[/b]
Well, our season was crappy this year. Didn't have too many of those this year at all... so I guess it made for safer riding, except when I hit those driveways before realizing it. I'm hoping we'll get normal weather sometime... but I've forgotten what normal is. :(
 

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than Q RW :D
 
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