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12-03-2010 09:43 PM
snowvols Thank you infinite I couldn't find it. I forgot it was a skier dude probably why. Always a classic video.
12-03-2010 02:17 PM
oneshot
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Originally Posted by InfiniteEclipse View Post
And here I was thinking you was a real man brah



joking of course, I've seen you jump like beast
i've seen the raw footage of that drainage with out the corny crap.. pretty rad stuntin

we'll be putting alot of effort into sled filming this yr...

some of me and the crew last yr

12-03-2010 02:09 PM
InfiniteEclipse
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u don't just go tearing stright up a bowl or face.. but generally its way fast than a lift but more work physically.. u can do like 70mph and more with 2 people on ya know
And here I was thinking you was a real man brah



joking of course, I've seen you jump like beast
12-03-2010 01:05 PM
JeffreyCH
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lol.. ouch



Is it me or do some skiers generally try to avoid fresh pow and follow previous ski tracks instead
Holy shit!!! That one looked like it hurt
12-03-2010 12:50 PM
oneshot
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i always wondered this too but i just assumed it was 2 up 1 down. how long does it take to drive a snowmobile with 2 peeps on it back up? faster than a lift at a resort?
depends on the hill and route.. sometimes u gotta go around and up a ridge line.. u don't just go tearing stright up a bowl or face.. but generally its way fast than a lift but more work physically.. u can do like 70mph and more with 2 people on ya know
12-03-2010 10:43 AM
HoboMaster A lot of people actually don't like powder, it's too hard for them. More for me.
12-03-2010 10:11 AM
InfiniteEclipse
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Originally Posted by snowvols View Post
Ghost ride the whip down. Just make sure you don't go at the same time. There is a video I saw last year of some dude getting ran over by his sled.
lol.. ouch



Is it me or do some skiers generally try to avoid fresh pow and follow previous ski tracks instead
12-03-2010 09:53 AM
snowvols You guys have never seen people ghost ride their sled down. I looked for the video I was talking about. It was funny when the dude was ran over by his own sled. Might have killed him though if his buddy didn't move the sled off of him.
12-03-2010 12:07 AM
pinkho hobo ok thanks, thats kinda what i assumed its just in snowboarding movies you never see to people on a sled
12-02-2010 12:07 PM
c_mack9 i always wondered this too but i just assumed it was 2 up 1 down. how long does it take to drive a snowmobile with 2 peeps on it back up? faster than a lift at a resort?
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