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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-28-2016, 04:42 AM Thread Starter
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First season in park

This season I spent a bit more time in snowparks and put together a video of the phone recorded tricks (but not all of them).

Some background info: In 2013 (before turning 30, I'll be 33 in March) I moved to Tirol, Austria to follow my dream and ride as much snowboard as I can. First two season I tried to improve my riding (before moving here I spent ~20 days on snow overall) and last season I decided to go into parks too. Following video shows my current level.

I'm looking forward improving my park riding this season, my local resort will get a brand new snowpark can't wait!

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Nice job. I'm a bit older and still haven't progressed to boardslides
Great to see other non typical park rat guys exploring another side of boarding. Looks like your having fun keep up the progression

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Nice job. I'm a bit older and still haven't progressed to boardslides
Great to see other non typical park rat guys exploring another side of boarding. Looks like your having fun keep up the progression
Thank you very much! Tbh I have been skateboarding for 16 years (not that much in the last couple of years), so I'm familiar with boardslides. But of course it's a bit different that you can't jump of the board if something goes wrong, imo it requires more commitment.
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