There's about a foot of snow now and it's still coming down. Won't be too much longer. Tomarrow I'm heading over to the compound to stud up the tires and put a different jet in the bike for the the colder temperatures. I planned on accomplishing more than just the backflip in the snow. Cause what's the worse that could happen? Snow can be one of the best cushions for what would seem to be a hard impact. Will more than likely come to a stop when I land but I'm using a superkicker so there's no way I'll be getting tossed off my bike unless I land sideways. But yeah I'll let ya know when the day comes. There should be three of us out there trying all kinds of different stuff. I'm down to take things to a whole other level. Have to start brainstorming some new tricks to try.
Thats sounds like a great idea Drenn! that would be gnarly if you landed your first backflip in the snow. Snow riding is a blast. I love doing donuts in the snow with some studded tires. This winter we should take fmx snow riding to a new level. Peace.
Thanks for the props. I'm Drenn and there will be better vids to come. We've just got a bit of snow on the ground here but I'm hoping for a couple feet so we can plow up some snow on our landing and learn the backflip. Nobody has foam pits up here so we have to go with the next best thing while trying to keep it somewhat safe. If we have to bail out during rotation, snow provides a much better cushion than dirt, sand, or even wood chips. I'll post a video of that as well when the time comes.