Me and some of my instructor buddys clocked 70 on the steepest groomer at our resort.
and i was on a 159 wide burton mayhem with burton custom bindings. my buddy garron was on his noodle rome artifact but good riders can go fast on anything with a good wax
While the weather wasn't cooperating last year, I did plenty B-chute bombs in an effort to making groomers exciting. This involves making about 3 turns on a steep-ass groomed double-black diamond. My stupid Garmin GPS crapped out last year, but I know I was zoooooming. Good o'l 156 Atomic Hatchet, the board that does everything.
PowderHound and TreeNinja
Last edited by HoboMaster; 10-25-2010 at 07:43 PM.
Anything besides smart phone apps? I won't get one till they make one that is construction friendly like my motorola.
I know I clocked some pretty fast runs down motezuma last year, I was making a conservitive estimate at 40-45. I think I was getting faster speeds on the blues I explored. I know I was turning some faster runs on Dercums, I'm Guessing mid 50's. On the steeper runs I tended to speed check a bit more, I let myself go more on the lighter slopes. It would be interesting to know for sure.