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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-16-2008, 09:11 AM
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What are the Best Snowboarding Advice sites on-line

Hey guys, does anyone know any really good sites on setting up your gear and board maintenance?

I like WannaGoFast.com ◊ The Best Snowboard Site Ever!!!! / The Ultimate on-line guide to the perfect snowboard wax, tuning your board, dialing in your bindings, customizing your snowboard, setting up your highbacks, choosing gear that's right for you, but am looking for others.

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this is a pretty good one: www.snowboardingforum.com
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^^^^^^^i second that emotion!

Just coz you don't understand it
Doesn't mean it makes no sense!
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Yeah right, you're looking for other sites. All your posts say the same thing, "check out www.blah blah blah.com
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plenty of good advise from people.
don't play that modesty vibe wolfie. be loud and proud!

what my bashful friend here meant to say was, 'plenty of good advice from ME!'

wolfie rawks the on hill class room!

props!

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^^^ isn't that true.

Go Snowolf , lol
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YOU'RE ON IT!!!

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independent of the industry and the more independent it is,
the more pure and better I feel about snowboarding.- Craig Kelly
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Try google for better sites than this one.

Couldn't find much of the above info at that link.

A single page of basic waxing instructions, a paragraph on not screwing down your binding bolts too tight.

Hardly, "the best snowboarding site ever", there's just no content.

If you're gonna launch an ad-revenue based site, at least write some content
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Try google for better sites than this one.

Couldn't find much of the above info at that link.

A single page of basic waxing instructions, a paragraph on not screwing down your binding bolts too tight.

Hardly, "the best snowboarding site ever", there's just no content.

If you're gonna launch an ad-revenue based site, at least write some content
You speak of lack of content and then instead of digging into your vast knowledge of snowboard sites and suggesting or posting a link, you tell him to Google for another site. Practice what you preach my man.

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You speak of lack of content and then instead of digging into your vast knowledge of snowboard sites and suggesting or posting a link, you tell him to Google for another site. Practice what you preach my man.
Shame there's no sarcasm font....

If he's really looking for other sites, he can read any one of the advice threads on this forum for links. The discussions are neatly listed and all the links click thru.

He's just trying to get free promotion/page views for this particular site. And if it wasn't such an obvious ad revenue cash grab of a site, I'd probably list some links. But, if I did, this same spam would show up on their forums in a day or two. It probably will anyway, but not because of me.

Frankly, I've not found an information resource better overall than this place.

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