Originally Posted by AAA
Really, What kind of question is that? Open minded people for one. I know, I know, it takes a little daring to stray from all the other sheep in the park. Geez.
Seriously, this is cool stuff, not taught in any regular classes that I'm aware of. Come to think of it, this might be the only video I've seen that actually breaks it down.
I am fairly open minded, and park rat i am not. I am at the opposite end of the spectrum from "the sheep in the park"
i just dont think this is "cool stuff" its the same boring repetitive motion over and over. just extreme carves on groomers. Its not taught in lessons because it is such a specific refined set of skills about 1% of the snowboard community even cares to try. It also is not really feasible at a resort with any number people in it.
Originally Posted by Snowolf
When I spend my time and money to ride, I am just not into lapping groomers, dragging my side on the snow every turn, I am looking for old growth timber to ride, steep chutes, pillows, rock drops and big mountain lines off piste. Most days I don't even want to see evidence of a grooming cat.
i must be your illegitimate kid or something.