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Originally Posted by aiidoneus View Post
This may be totally wrong, but I think women are more likely to get help in real life, and so don't rely much on other sources.

Say some random beginner guy on the hill is having trouble, how many people are likely to go over and give advice?
It may not be totally accurate. I do a ton of research on whatever I have interest in and seek out any and all sources.

A couple seasons ago some random beginner guy was having trouble and his friends bailed on him. He ended up on blue trails. I felt so bad for him as I witnessed his edge slams and attempts to flat-base down just so it would be over faster.

So I helped him a bit. I was riding solo so it was fine to take the time to help him out. One of his friends offered to pay me. I refused of course but the beginner guy was so grateful to have some tips and not to have died.
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