There’s a lot to be said about having access to a park setup that you can lap in a matter of minutes. In fact, being able to cram hundreds of laps in over the course of a day on a fairly limited setup can actually do more for your riding than doing far fewer twenty minute laps on some of the biggest parks in the world.
It’s one of the reasons why riders coming out of places like Scandinavia and Quebec are so ridiculously solid on rails. Their hills are relatively small, their park setups are decent, the snow conditions are variable and they can get a whole bunch of laps in.
Here’s Max Parrot lapping a mini park somewhere in Quebec (a place called Maximise apparently). These 36 hammers were filmed over a three hour period and although the tricks start fairly mellow, by the end, Max is chucking switch back 360 on-switch back 360 offs, hardway back 3 on-front 3 off and similar madness.
Lets see more Tamworth style jump-on, jump-off rope tows in parks eh?