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Well I have two answers to that question.
Option one; with intent? well not very high as you can see in the picture.
Option two; by mistake? well VERY HIGH, after my son's (a 4 year old) race last week, the organisers, decided to have a Dad's race to waste some time. Well with all the sand and dust on the track and the excitement, I did not see the first "table top" ramp, until I hit it at FULL SPEED!!

To cut a long story short I jumped and cleared, 17.5 meters (>57 feet) and was 2 meters (>6 feet) up, most of the way. ( I now hold the record for the longest jump on the track, even though it was an accident, it was witnessed by +/- 100 spectators!!)

For some strange reason the call me idiot, crazy, fool, stupid etc...
 

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Thanks
 

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Congrats on a Great Acomplishment. I too have flown Grizz Airlines and try to take off as much as possible. Here is a picture of one of my latest flights.
 

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I wonder if there is a DNA connection? From one Missourian to another, I'm proud! You only get to die once. Chuck
 

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Great pics guys!!

Beast; Out of all the spectators did anyone get a chance to click off a picture of your big air:) I dont think I would even want to come close to a jump like that...lol Did it land hard?
 

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Hi Xtremegrizz,

Unfortunately no pics, (that I know of).

I landed on the left edge of the next jump, FORTUNATELY the back slipped sideways down the edge and i slid along sideways till I regained controll and sped off LIKE NOTHING HAD HAPPENED!! I did think I would roll, but fortunately I did not!!.


PS I WOULD NEVER TRY IT AGAIN!!!
 
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