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Brooklyn Bridge V8 7B
Centerline V5 6C
Counter Pressure V1 5
Counter Pressure (Proper) V3 6A
Dave's Line V8-9 7B+
FPNNA V5 6C
Flake Problem V0 4
Hypertension V5-6 6C+
Mini Roadside V4 6B
MiniRoadside Traverse V4-5 6B+
Money Shot (extended start) V7-8 7B
Moneyshot V7 7A+
Reverse Traverse V6 7A
Roadside Arete V2 5+
Whitney V10 7C+
Type: Boulder
FA: Adam Walker
Page Views: 466 total, 6/month
Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Aug 28, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

Sit start on "Daves Line" and traverse left just as you would for "Brooklyn Bridge". Climb into "Money Shot" and fire the dyno. Continue up "Money Shot" for the top-out.

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Roadside

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Elliot Gaunt
Lynchburg, VA
  V7-8
Elliot Gaunt   Lynchburg, VA
  V7-8
Favorite line at road side! I do like the name "Brooklyn money" better though, o well. Jan 28, 2015
Aaron Parlier
Boone, NC
 
Aaron Parlier   Boone, NC  
 
Thanks Jay! I updated it. The extended start is harder than standard Money Shot for sure, but a healthy sandbag never hurt anyone. I just set it to V7/8 Nov 10, 2014
Jay Shultis
Oneonta, NY
Jay Shultis   Oneonta, NY  
I was reading through Walker's blog and he did this in May 2007 and he called it MoneyShot (extended start). Proud line I must say! He called it V7 but I think 8 sounds pretty possible. Nov 24, 2012
Aaron Parlier
Boone, NC
 
Aaron Parlier   Boone, NC  
 
Thats awesome Matt, yeah I though this one was a lot of fun and pretty straight forward. The eliminate sounds tough! Nov 3, 2011
Matt L
 
Matt L  
 
I've been coming up here for the past couple weeks and this ones definitely my favorite! Now I'm trying a slight variation... If you eliminate the good hold, mid-height that you match on for Brooklyn Bridge, it makes a really cool sequence onto a thin crimp with your right hand. Harder for sure, maybe v9. If you've done everything and haven't tried this variation you should. Nov 2, 2011