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|Alex Adriance going off the drop at the end of the Jaw Walk.|
The desceptively benign-looking low catwalk runs innocently to the mid-point, at which a sweet banked turn carries it around to face a series of platforms narrowing to a 2x4 from which the rider must drop back to the trail.
Oh yes, there is also an alternate catwalk route to the right that doesn't require a wheelie drop to exit the Jaw Walk, if you get that far.
In the photos below, 16-year old Alex Adriance shows how it's done. Remember, GalbraithMt.com recommends studying all stunts like this before riding them the first time. Better yet, watch someone who knows what they're doing ride it.
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The following are sequence shots of the stunt. Click on the thumbnail images to view a larger version...
|Alex pops up on the Jaw Walk, which starts Dan Waters's Jaws...|
|and quickly spins through the first half...|
|and through the nicely banked turn that begins the run to the end...|
|and narrows again...|
|until it's one 2x4 wide...|
|where Alex punches it...|
|gets the front end up...|
|and rides it out.|
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