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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-22-2008, 07:11 AM
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Dry Slope

Hey dudes i am a newbie on here. Been snowboarding for years now so i am not a nobby novice. Just have a quick question i was hoping you could answer.

I live in the England and we dont really have snow so here are no ressorts so when i am at home i have to resort to indoor places. But i have always wondered what dry slope boarding would be like?? I looked through you forum search but couldnt find any info on whats it like.

So my question is what is dry slope boarding like?? Is it worth doing what are the do's and don'ts any input will be much appreciated.


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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-22-2008, 09:16 AM
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mate, i live in manchester 7 months a year and the french alps 5 months a year so i know that dry slope is just shit full stop!! there are no edges involved and it fuckin hurts when u fal over.

u thought about going to chill factore? its in manchester near trafford centre n its real snow in there its a good laugh, board nights on a saturday they put bout 6 rails n a few more kickers out compared to the usual 1 kicker n 2 rails.

ive been there loads this summer, its good to practice freestyle but however fun it is, its just no mountain!!!

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