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post #21 of 238 (permalink) Old 03-15-2009, 03:02 AM
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Style: Intermediate. I mostly ride park when I'm just at my local hill (Most of the time), but when I go to a real mountain/resort I try to ride trees, blues, blacks, etc.
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style: expert - i love ripping it up at the park and going down double black diamonds at mach 3 works too just my first year as well
Riding for your first year and you'd classify yourself as an expert?? Really??? What can you do in the park?
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Riding for your first year and you'd classify yourself as an expert?? Really??? What can you do in the park?
Well, you should be pro by your third year. Don't forget the little guys.

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style: Advanced? I can go anywhere on the mountain easily, but I'm a beginner when it comes to park (where I spend all my time now).
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Riding for your first year and you'd classify yourself as an expert?? Really??? What can you do in the park?
well, first year of actually going snowboarding continuously(15 times) at a resort/mountain. i used to snowboard when i was a little kid on tiny hills with little handmade 3 feet kickers scattered all over. so i guess that's why i got easily accustomed to carving and whatnot on double black d's. rarely fall but there are times i get a nasty facial

well for parks, i can jib on pretty much any rails and boxes...but scratch S boxes, i can't do those.. i can nail pretty much any kickers with 1's and 3's. can't do anything else since i'm rather limited here in the midwest..oh and season ended today
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Riding for your first year and you'd classify yourself as an expert?? Really??? What can you do in the park?
Not all double black diamonds are equal lol, especially since hes in the midwest. You'd have to be insanely good, or crazy to bomb double black diamonds out here in Oregon your first year IMHO lol.

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style: Intermediate? I'd rather be riding powder than groomers, even if its choppy.
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Not all double black diamonds are equal lol, especially since hes in the midwest. You'd have to be insanely good, or crazy to bomb double black diamonds out here in Oregon your first year IMHO lol.
Oh rly. Makes sense cuz I was thinking there's no way anyone could be doing the double blacks at Whistler in their first year.
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