The most I've done was a full turn facing backwards. This was last year during Haunt, before I really knew what I was doing on the Flyers. I think just beginning go figure some things out and a nice breeze caused me to face the rider behind me.
My most recent ride on their flyers was pretty crazy, but not like Rolercsterluver's. Instead, mine felt like the whole thing was going to fall apart and had several thuds/snaps. I had to tell myself to tone it down while everyone in line was like "Woah!" I really wouldn't mind having one of these in my backyard one of these days. Really, it's all about timing and being quick without being 'violent' with the fin.
For what it's worth, I noticed some updates on the Permit Center site.
605 REC'D THIRD PTY APP PLNS
3RD PARTY APPROVED PLANS ~ Rec'vd 4 sets of plans, 2 sets of structural
calcs, 2 copies of book six zone 2, 2 copies of book five zone 3, 2 copies of
book eight 1 of 2 & 2 of 2, 3 copies of bent # 145, 3 copies of bent # 84, & 3
copies of bent # 518, 2 copies of book one design criteria, 2 copies of book
three general foundation analysis, 2 copies book four foundation analysis -
zone 1, 2 copies of book two typical structure & connections. 2 copies of C-10,
2 copies of application signed (placed in plan check folder) , 2 sets of calcs.
All routed to PNA. Contact: Lowell (408) 986-5874
Not sure what this means in terms of what kind of activity we'll be seeing in the coming month but following this project is making this season a good one so far.