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12-06-2012 06:24 AM
fraxmental i've seen special skis adapted for people with handicap, a guy with no legs sliding next to me..really cool...but this....?! better make something usefull.
12-06-2012 04:05 AM
gjsnowboarder I've got a friend that will actually take out his teleboard about once a year. He'll even take it down the bumps. Weirdest damn thing in the world and its very limited. That and you need freakish balancing skills.

But really the weirdest thing I've seen is a couple people make a centi-board. Basically mounted bindings so you could be on the tail of one board and nose of another.
12-05-2012 10:17 PM
Powhound97 That's the thing that is going to destroy man faces!
11-25-2012 11:53 PM
grafta It still bugs me, but i'll live.

I could pay respects to many things/places/people I respect too but that'd just look stupid. Capitalization serves that purpose in most cases.

As you were
11-25-2012 11:20 PM
Clayton Bigsby Sorry grafta, it's something I've done for years, simply to pay my respects to the mtn that I found snowboarding on. Duncan, BAKER's mngr was one of the first guys to let snowboarding on a ski hill in the world, his daughter Amy was the only women that used to compete with the guys.
11-25-2012 11:03 PM
grafta
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Originally Posted by AcroPhile View Post
Every year we seem to get at least a couple of threads about some really terrible innovations to the tried and true "classic" snowboard design. For some reason Dual Boards keep coming up again and again. Here's a couple of bad ones I've found that are at least equally bad.

Hangboards:

HangBoard

It'd be fairly simple to get this contraption up the hill if you were riding a T-bar. Depends if you like T-bar handles up your ass or not
11-25-2012 10:55 PM
grafta
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Originally Posted by Clayton Bigsby View Post
The first year I competed in the !!!BAKER!!! banked slalom, a guy from Canada I believe had this deck not much bigger then a skate deck with bindings, but it had two approx 4 foot long twin tipped ski's that were mounted side by side, that you rode like a snowboard, tried to Google it but couldn't find it. The guy actually finished in the top 5.
There was a guy from the !!!BAKER!!! area that invented a chainsaw driven snowboard. They did a show on him on one of the local shows, all he could do was ride it on flat groomed telemark trails and the skinny skiers hated him, they were going out for a peaceful trip, then here comes 2 stroke snowboard guy .
Say it aint true, snowlerblading Dual Snowboards Team Rider Adam "A-Dawg" Goren - YouTube
Do we have to write the word Baker in all caps?

That chainsaw powered snowboard sounds like the fucking jams, but you shouting BAKER at every mention has drowned it out

Apologies in advance... your anal retentive forum reader, grafta
11-25-2012 10:52 PM
slyder and what happens when you scorpion on that hang board and that chuck of steel stabs you in the spine shattering a vertebrae
11-25-2012 10:19 PM
BurtonAvenger Funny thing I've mocked all these at some point and we built a teleboard years ago for some drunken Olympics.
11-25-2012 10:16 PM
sil_23
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Originally Posted by Clayton Bigsby View Post
The first year I competed in the BAKER banked slalom, a guy from Canada I believe had this deck not much bigger then a skate deck with bindings, but it had two approx 4 foot long twin tipped ski's that were mounted side by side, that you rode like a snowboard, tried to Google it but couldn't find it. The guy actually finished in the top 5.
I think this is what you're talking about:

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...here-gone.html
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