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post #1 of 11 Old 01-17-2015, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Would you go for it?

Found this video recently, looks cool.
Would you try something like this? I would.


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Wait'll it warms up a little and I'd do it.
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Cool (in addition to cold). Seems slower than luge.. Wonder what speeds they attain
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His narration made me laugh.

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maybe 50 years ago. looks like a cool ride
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Too cold for me .
This one looks like fun


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Austrians went even further, that is really cool.

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YEeeee ha! ZOOOooooommm!

Can you imagine what would happen if the thing you're riding on came apart, broke?

Kiss your butt goodbye.

I might ride the snow one, I don't think I would ride the second one.
NO BRAKES!?
That is a _ell of a mountain, picture a large animal on the rail as you are flying down it, and no brakes?!

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I'd do it in a minute!

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