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Hi Guys,

I want to build a few jumps on my Parent's land. I will be jumping on a TTR 125L but I will be getting a new bike soon (Either a 85 2 Stroke or a 125 2 Stroke).

I have quite a few questions sorry:

I was thinking of a table top jump as I could use it with most bikes. Would a table top jump be suitable?

Should I just do 1 big one or a few smallish ones?

How much space do I need?

Any tips/advice on building jumps? We have access to a Digger, 13 Tonne 360 JCB, Dumper Truck so building them shouldn't be much problem.:banana:

Any ideas on what size to build them?

Thanks a lot,

Oh, by the way I am a 13 year old, I'm 5' 5 and weigh about 9 stone.

James

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Main thing is don't go hogwild. Be safe.

A table top is alot safer then any gapped jumps.

Good luck, be safe, have fun.

That was what I was thinking!๐Ÿ‘

I would rather it be slightly too small then slightly too big!๐Ÿคฃ

I can always make it bigger after anyway!

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Doubles...they give you some motivation. ๐Ÿ‘

If you have one acre, you can build yourself a half to a full supercross track. If you are getting an 85, you will probably want to have jumps around 20-40 ft. And a whoop section. Have fun!

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Im 11.07 stone! you learn something everyday. as to the track i built a table then next to it i built a double same distance tables seem easy and doubles are a mind game...but land just at the edge of a table and th rebound can get hairy hang on

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