the height of the jumps are 6'6
Riding height on a vehicle is the height from the ground to the bottom of the car. Or how far from the ground your car sits
You do not select the horse you are riding based on your height, but on the type of riding you will be doing. For instance I am a hunter jumper and I am 5 ft. tall and I ride a 17.2 hand horse. He is big but he works for the kind of work I do and the height of the jumps I jump. They say as long as you are 20% or less of the horses weight, you are okay to ride it.
Counting strides! Division kind of in between jumps!
1.60m and over
they can be all diffrent heights it depends on how good the rider is.
They can't, unless you count jumps and leaps as flying.
Ghost riding the whip is when the car is in neutral and the driver and the passenger gets out of the car and dances and jumps back in the car Yadadamean
It depends on the type of jump and the height you originally jumped from. Tandem jumps open no lower than 4000ft. Solo jumps can be as low as 2000ft, but are usually around 2500ft or higher.
176 foot if it's on a trampoline
The logger jumps through the window and kills the wolf.
This will depend on what type of riding you are doing and if you are able to list it as physical therapy. Hippotherapy (horses used for therapeutic reasons.) is legal , but insurance companies may not know about it, or may require you to go to a licensed facility for it to count as 'good' and not illegal. If you are disabled and riding a horse over jumps or another activity that would be labeled as being a higher risk, you could get in trouble.
riding is a sport which many people do there is cross country riding, jumping, dressage or just riding for fun. it is so much fun sitting on a horse and flying over jumps. Riding is also a little bit dangorouse so always weare a helmet and gloves so you dont get blisters.
It depends on your height and what you plan to do with it. When you stand up to your board the tip should be anywhere from under your chin to under or a little above your nose. For park and jumps go with the shorter board, but for backcountry and just riding get a taller one.
Bmx biking is riding a bike, usually with 20 inch wheel, and doing tricks and jumps with it.
27.4% if you don't count pot farmers. If you do it jumps to 43.9%
It depends on what gait your going at.
Yes, it does
Cross Counrty Horse Riding is a sport for rider and horse, built like an endurance race with jumps, hills, trees, rivers, and other obstacles.
Freestyle is a type of riding, mainly featuring different tricks and some (smallish) jumps.
There are race bikes, for going round a track as fast as possible. There are vert/jump bikes, for jumps and ramp riding. And thereare bikes for flatland trick riding.
That all depends on your weight and height. You did not specify, so it's impossible to answer this question.
it varies, depending on the show!!
Each step the horse takes count 1,2,3,4 and so on a d it also depends on your gait