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post #14 of (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 09:38 AM
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Self taught. Watch many videos, buy protections before you get hurt, follow other riders and imitate them, work on one thing at a time. ride as much as you can in all conditions, don't get hurt, have fun!

Originally Posted by crystal View Post
This will be my first real season without renting gear. I've been on the hill 2 times and I can link turns, carve pretty decent, and hit a couple wide boxed, keep in mind this was all with rental shite. I not have my own gear and find it way more comfortable. Should I wing the first season and see how I do, or should I just hop right into lessons so I don't form any bad habits right off the start ?

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