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Old 02-18-2009, 06:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What is a roller?

I 'm interested in learning freestyle and I keep reading about rollers but I can't find a basic definitions for a roller.

Is it a small jump? Is it a big bump?

Is it, when prefaced by the word 'Holy', nothing more than a reference to a charismatic religious worshipper? But I'm drifting ...

Any other basic definitions of intro freestyle terrain would be also appreciated.
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Rollers are mellow hills on groomed runs. They are a great way to get comfortable with air before going to the park jumps.
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