Amon’s Allotment

OK peeps, we have just over a week to till the return match of the Remolition Backyard Jam Series, this time Amon is playing at home. So it would only be right we gave Amon a the chance to give us a few words about is backyard setup.

Take it Amon!

The main feature of the park is the jump over the hedge. This has a scaffolding tower roll in that is attached to some out buildings to get get speed though a small gap between some bushes and my dads much loved vegetable patch, Then you hit the kicker to air over a hedge onto a nice big landing in the field on the other side. In the field there are 3 different wooden kickers, all different styles and sizes, one of which has a slight landing. we always have a few pallets lying around that we can make different obstacles and features out of. The rails in the park are 2 long pipes, a traditional style flat rail, 2 metal rails drilled to a fence post and another smaller shorter pipe. There are a few Argos kickers that get moved around all the time and a small northshaw style drop in the middle. At the moment I am living away at college and most of the features are stuffed under the landing to keep out of the rain. However I am at home for the week before the event, so my Brother some of the East Markham crew and I are going to go mad and get everything up to standard and build as much new stuff as we can! I will post pictures on my Facebook and Twitter throughout this week to show you how it is being improved! in the middle. At the moment I am living away at college and most of the features are stuffed under the landing to keep out of the rain. However I am at home for the week before the event, so my Brother some of the East Markham crew and I are going to go mad and get everything up to standard and build as much new stuff as we can! I will post pictures on my Facebook and Twitter throughout this week to show you how it is being improved!

You heard him riders out there in scoial media land! Next week keep your eyes on the streams on the #rbyjs page and keep an look out for photos poping up on facebook.

In the mean time in a ‘what it was like before’ style, here’s micro gallery of Amon’s Allotment.