Cannon

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Cannon - A cannon is a box or rail set up on the end of, and off the back of a jump takeoff. The box or rail will hang out over the deck of the jump and the feature matches the trajectory that a rider would take if it was just the jump by itself. The rider slides the cannon and then blasts off of it with speed enough to clear the jump deck and land on the jump landing.
Cannon - A cannon is a box or rail set up on the end of, and off the back of a jump takeoff. The box or rail will hang out over the deck of the jump and the feature matches the trajectory that a rider would take if it was just the jump by itself. The rider slides the cannon and then blasts off of it with speed enough to clear the jump deck and land on the jump landing.

Cannon - A cannon is a box or rail set up on the end of, and off the back of a jump takeoff.

The box or rail will hang out over the deck of the jump and the feature matches the trajectory that a rider would take if it was just the jump by itself.

The rider slides the cannon and then blasts off of it with speed enough to clear the jump deck and land on the jump landing.


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