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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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Rated #1 in Ground Tricks

This dude is sicktastic. I wish I could shred like that on flats

YouTube - best snowboard ground tricks


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As if he can almost 7 flat ground.
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As if he can almost 7 flat ground.
He's throwing down 9s on the smallest fucking bumps. Jealousy is setting in now :/


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Forget that guy, you should be jealous of scott stevens. His board control is amazing.

He is the ender
http://snowboarding.transworld.net/1...the-park-11-2/

YouTube - Scott Stevens from Transworld snowboard 2009
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That was cool, looks like he's having alot of fun. Thanks for the post
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He's definitely nasty. But he's jibbing. I'm into the ground tricks.

But his out of binding tricks are mind boggling.

Other cool vids:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4KCDP9ZEZk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQdq_FM2qtc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xUZh2ERpRE


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All this flatground stuff is cool and all, but after awhile it gets a little repetitive and starts to remind me of freestyle skateboarding back in the day. It was cool, but gets boring after awhile. I think that Scott Stevens is like the Rodney Mullen of snowboarding, because he has taken these flatground tricks to another level.
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All this flatground stuff is cool and all, but after awhile it gets a little repetitive and starts to remind me of freestyle skateboarding back in the day. It was cool, but gets boring after awhile. I think that Scott Stevens is like the Rodney Mullen of snowboarding, because he has taken these flatground tricks to another level.
You have a point that it seems repetitive. I love looking for the style and smoothness of it all though.

Scott Stevens is a fucking beast no doubt, but he is a jibber. He probably can bust out nasty ground tricks too though.


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crazy asians are sick at ground tricks...

check out these guys: YouTube - SNOW BOARD 08-09 MOVIE TRUST6 MEDIA?master of ground ?
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No doubt Scotty is sick, one of the dirtiest out there. BUT I do also like the smooth style of the Japanese Trust6 Media crew. Even though its just some simple butters and stuff they make it look way sick, just like Stevens makes his one footers does.
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