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post #1703 of (permalink) Old 09-11-2012, 10:42 AM
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Hi everyone. I'm actually posting for my wife and I. We're both very much into riding moguls, trees, and an occasional pass through a terrain park for the jumps only, since, at 49 and 57, our bones aren't as "bendy" as they used to be.

We joined this forum to find out more about the specific equipment characteristics that work well in bumps. There is very little info out there about this. Lots of adds that say how great stuff is, but I think the general assumption is that no too many people are interested in doing bumps on their boards.

We're always up for trying new techniques, too. We're both what I'd call very advanced in bumps, but maybe not quite experts, unless you compare us to people our age, which is what I'd call advanced for boarders in general, and bump riders in particular.

Any other "grumps on Bumps" out there?

We've been riding for 7 years now. We're from the Denver area and ride mostly the Summit County resorts.


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