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Old 05-13-2013, 08:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Riding pow in the Delirium Dive at Sunshine Village

Here's an edit I finished from riding under a month ago at Sunshine Village. It's a freeride run through the easy section of the Delirium Dive.




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Old 05-13-2013, 09:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Someone give me the definition of freeriding....
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Old 05-13-2013, 11:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Alright, what's the 'board approved terminology' I'm supposed to be using here, since I'm sure you have a definition for freeriding.
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Someone give me the definition of freeriding....
Sure looks like freeriding to me...
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i am being serious. I hear that term thrown around at everything...is it just doing whatever the hell you want? why are some boards called freeride boards?
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Looks like FR to me. Freeriding, it’s riding free, without constraint, without a course, ungroomed with variable conditions and big mountain. The board probably more designed as a directional setback bigger radius turns and stiffer. Versus park which is riding more in a constrained area or course involving switch, spins jumps at various man made features. The board is more designed around a twin centered stance, shorter radius turns and more flexible; perhaps more for a groomed terrain. Then you also have all mountain or big mountain freestyle which would be a style of approaching the ungroomed variable big mountain using natural terrain as a park feature in which a person may do switch spins flips and etc.
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I'm curious about the terminology too, but on a different note, can anybody tell me the soundtrack?
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I'm curious about the terminology too, but on a different note, can anybody tell me the soundtrack?
first song is "Never gonna Stop - Rob Zombie", the second is some dubstep...its all the same
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first song is "Never gonna Stop - Rob Zombie", the second is some dubstep...its all the same
Did your wife leave you or were you molested recently? You're kind of a downer.
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Did your wife leave you or were you molested recently? You're kind of a downer.
That shit does all sound the same, and I did molest Banjo on the chair but didn't have a gopro - no evidence!
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