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Originally Posted by trice161 View Post
well u dont need a Lambo to drive on 50-65mph roads but its def more fun than a saturn

anyways i go up to VT alot also so its nice to have the Trice for those trips

Don't worry, I know, that's why I phrased my comment the way I did.

Falling is certainly part of boarding.

That said, you could work on your board/edge control.

Catching an edge is something that I'd associate more with traditional camber boards but no doubt its possible on what you are riding.

I find doing flat ground 360's to help remind me of whats up with my edges, do it both ways too.

Have a read through the Tips, Tricks & Instructors - Snowboarding Forum - Snowboard Enthusiast Forums section. There's info there on board control and general riding tips. It's helped me in the past figure out what I was doing wrong
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