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11-30-2010 12:48 AM
MistahTaki well i just took it there and I'm not stopping.
11-29-2010 10:38 PM
Originally Posted by shifty00 View Post
leashes are for dogs and hookers. I've said to much...
you just stepped over the line
11-29-2010 04:38 PM
Music Moves
Originally Posted by ev13wt View Post
Right. How did the rope unstrap you?
The board was caught on the rope and instead of my bindings breaking, the pressure from me falling forward and the board being stuck on the rope caused the bindings to unstrap... I suppose that when the board snapped back, it was freed from the rope and came tumbling down.

The real lesson here was that K2 Formulas are good bindings... they stay strapped unless you need them to do otherwise, lol. Because if the strap had not given way, part of the binding would have probably broken.
11-29-2010 04:14 PM
Originally Posted by Music Moves View Post
The board stopped, immediately unstrapping me from the bindings and I fell off
Right. How did the rope unstrap you?
11-29-2010 03:51 PM
Originally Posted by MistahTaki View Post
what's an eiffel tower? never heard of it.
my favorite position from kama sutra
11-29-2010 03:29 PM
MistahTaki what's an eiffel tower? never heard of it.
11-29-2010 12:07 PM
Music Moves Once rode up an embankment into trees/bushes/rocks and it was clear someone had done it, but there was only one way out and it was off of a cliff that was not visible due to the top of it being around a bend... now, the cliff was not a problem, but the rope at the top of it was... I tried to flat ollie the rope with about a split second of time and the nose of the board caught the rope.

The board stopped, immediately unstrapping me from the bindings and I fell off (dove actually) the cliff onto hard pack. The board came down and slid right past me wayyyyyy down the hill and off the side of the mountain... it took a bit of backwoods footwork to retrieve it, but that was the ONLY time I EVER remember thinking "damn I wish I had a leash."

Went back to that spot and learned that someone had gotten beat up fairly bad on some rocks and they roped it off, but someone had dropped the rope at the entry and left the other... dickhead.
11-28-2010 03:28 AM
crazyface I once had my board come off while ridinhg flows. I fell and slid down the hill on my back head first and the bindings dragging unlatched themselves. Thankfully mpthe board went perpendicular to the hill and I caught it.

Moral of the story: leashes on flows, not a bad idea.
11-26-2010 07:29 PM
ev13wt I have never understood the point of a leash. WTF?

And if you didn't realize that that is the Eiffel tower you seriously should think about your general education level.
11-26-2010 07:11 PM
Originally Posted by Deviant View Post
For gods sake...

looks like someone here is smart/google savy
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