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3. Hooked Up

3. Hooked Up

Hookep Up
Hooked Up / Photo: Matt Georges

You’re going to need to find something sturdy to clip your bungee onto. Use a carabiner, climbing loop or random bit of rope to secure the bungee.

Note here the bungee is set on the outside of the opposite rail so it doesn’t whiplash the rider.

  1. Jan Gyger

    Thank you for hipe the Bungee Flatland System it changed the sport a lot in urban area but please do not forget to tell that the original is from Switzerland FEELTHEPLANET that 1 man swiss company got some Bungee from verry high quality and verry durable no need to cut your bungee after few pulls like on that black ones from the Pictures.
    cheers from Berner Oberland the Place Bungee Snowboarding has it roots. Jan Gyger together with Fabien Rohrer started that crazy thing