Or any doubles. How do you measure them? I always thought it was horizontal distance crest to crest. But it could also indicate height, or for some people, beginning of launch transition to end of landing transition. And drops, can you turn a 6′ drop in into an 8′ drop by landing further down the transition? Or do people just exaggerrate (well, actually I might have done this(but only once))?
Don’t use measurements, i refer to jumps/drops as nothing, small, average, pretty big, big, huge, crazy & stupid only problem is that its subjective.
Problem with doubles is you can have an average set that’s a couple of ft high and 15ft in distance, not a massive deal however if the the lip and landing was 6 ft high with a 15 ft distance it’s a whole different beast and I’d say that’s big!
As for the drops, I would say that if its a proper 6ft drop I would call it a 6ft drop. But if I hit it fast and turned it into say an 8 or 10 or even more then I would have done an 8ft (or whatever) drop.