I ride down the sidewalk from the mountain to my house almost every day during peak season and I've definitely ridden down the road from the mountain using the snow banks as a half pipe and jibbed garbage cans. In Europe this is a bit more common than over here.
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Ah, seeing that video makes me miss dreary, snowy vacation days out west.
Riding would be alright in the morning, but of limited use during lunch. she would still have to take the bus back home and keep a set of normal shoes at work.
I wonder how she keeps track of whether there is enough snow cover to make it into work without scraping the board on concrete?
I currently ride one of these to work every day
It can be fun in light traffic, but most of the time I am trying to not get clobbered by cages on the road.
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thats pretty cool. she is on the wrong side though but fuck it.
No, she is not. Clearly this is in continental Europe, which has the same rules as the US, etc. - if there is no clearly marked sidewalk, one should walk (and board, I guess) on the left-hand side of the road.