It actually lands fairly soft. I did most of my jumping with my son on the back. He is an awesome passenger. I hardly know he's there. I did have to throttle off of a razorback I didn't see until the last moment. Scared the chit out of me until I landed, then I meant to do it. :lol:
Worst thing for me was not knowing who it was as I was riding up. All I seen was everyone dismounted and huddling down the razorback. I was freaking until I got there and he was A-OK...or seemed to be.
If that was you rpm, we could have all taken a piece of you back to the trailer. :lol:
He is still talking about that, it hurt his pride more then anything he still think's he should of made it :nod: That's my boy i need to get him a new chest protector, his is getting to small for him and the way he rides i want to have him as safe as possible and hope some of his mom's brain's kick's in :lol: he said that one hurt :retard: and he still can't wait tell next year all they keep talking about is Idaho :retard:
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