"i can promise you thats not 30 or 35 feet, i shoot competitively at 30 feet (10meters) and know that thats definatly longer than that" -hardtailfreerider93

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the problem could come from the fact that its a drop hip, therefore its more to one side of the landing than the other, but the measurements ive seen everywhere have been 20x25, which makes this math flawless. nice use of the Pythagorean theorem xt
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Well I wouldn't say flawless I rounded up the last digit
32.0156....* lol
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They measured "C" and it was 46 ft.
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Then I was extremly missled by the origanal measurements given
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Make a new one!
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I can't, if i had an accurate measurement for A or B along with the 46" you say C is I could find what the dimentions really are. But it was claimed on pinkbike to be 20X25
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I'd say A is 25' and B is 30'.
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For it to be 46' it would have to be more, 25x30 is 39'
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watch the videos dipshits, the 40 and 30
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Yo man no need to get all pissy where trying to do this logicaly.
Also 20x25 www.pinkbike.com/news/crankworx-slopestyle-graham-agassiz.html
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your on pinkbike. not a math site come on
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WIN
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chris everybody's chirpin you guii. i enjoyed this picture.
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length is different from this angle buddy.
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Care to but some more effort into that post? Maybe toss out some numbers or is opinion qall you have?
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Opinion sirrr, I'm just saying your figure is a bit off. If you were to actually put those bars on the drop, it will only look like a right triangle from this angle.
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I got the measurements from the course walk trough, the angle doesn't change the size of the drop and in no way is the triangle placement accurate, just to show the math