The Making of a Superpipe

With a hefty price tag and minimal interest, you may wonder why resorts are even building halfpipes anymore. But as one of the original homes of halfpipe, Okemo Mountain spells it out for CNN – without using the word fun once.

Stunts: Jason Bayne

3 replies
  1. OERIVNONB
    OERIVNONB says:

    I THINK 5-10% OF CUSTOMERS RIDING THE PIPE, IS STILL A HUGE EMBELLISHMENT, IF THERES ONE THING I KNOW ITS RIDING PIPE, SLIDING UP AND DOWN THE PIPE, JUMPING ON THE PIPE, REALLY I FEEL LIKE MAYBE 5% CARVE THRU IT DESTROYING ITS SHAPE, .05% OF PEOPLE CAN MAYBE AIR OUT OF A PIPE, IM LUBRICATING MY SKI SHAFT RIGHT NOW GETTIN READY TO POUND THE PIPE

  2. TROOF
    TROOF says:

    NEXT PIPE TREND SPECS:
    10 DEGREE SLOPE PITCH
    14FT. TALL WALLS
    12FT. TRANSITIONS
    420FT. LENGTH
    WITH A PROPER ROPE TOW & LIGHTS.

    THEY COULD ZIG ZAG THE PIPE DIRECTIONS ON THE WAY DOWN THE HILL TO INCLUDE HIPS & CORNERS.

    JUSS’ SAYIN’.

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