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Best trick you've pulled.

Just wondering the best trick you've pulled.

Mine would be a FS 360 off a 15 footer.
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I get big air off of kickers,

Big FS 360 indy

Front flip by accident.
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front 270 nose blunt on a flat down rail

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One time I caught an edge and landed on my back, but instead of stopping, I rolled over and onto my feet again. I thought it was pretty cool at the time.

edit: I also acted like it was intentional.


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Ya that's how I'm feel Snowwolf. Especially since I only got to go to my mountain 24 times, I've really gotten and it feels great being able to do tricks better than some people I know that go up every weekend. I've figured out why this is and it's because people that go up every weekend always put off stuff that they are scared of because they know they will be coming up next weekend. As for me I don't know if I will even go up again that year so I just go for whatever trick. And it's usually doing the trick for the first time that really makes you confident you can do it. That's my theory
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