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Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
It comes with time. You're afraid of going fast right now because you don't have good enough control and a high enough comfort level on a board to go fast.

That's a good thing. The self preservation instinct is a strong one. Keep riding and you'll get there. Until then, be safe and ride within your limits - for your sake and everyone else's. Travis Rice didn't get on a board and start throwing double corks right away ya know.

Quoted for truth.

I mountain bike and skateboarded a bunch. Mtn biking is all about speed and I can go really fast though the trees. 25 years of mtn biking in NorCal will help speed.

I am way better on a snowboard than I ever will be on a skateboard....And I have 30+ years riding on a skateboard.

Ice sucks. All ridiers tiptoe in ice, to different expert will seem like they are flying on the ice compared to a newbie.

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