9 Reasons Why You Should Ride Dryslope

7. There's always something new to do

Some people might look at a dry slope’s permanent features as stunting creativity, but nothing could be further from the truth. Most also have a healthy set of moveable rails, allowing for sessions like this one in Aberdeen:

And what is possible on the perma-jumps is constantly reaching new high water-marks. Once it was Steve Bailey landing a 900 – these days it’s even possible to double cork, as this classic edit from Danny McCormick proves:

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