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Guarantee this is how my first T-Bar encounter is going play out...

Good on him for perseverance!

And what an unhelpful liftie...
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That's gotta sting.

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Ouch.
I see women do this in the Park often, they never get enough speed and end up hitting the feature. It's pretty funny but usually fucks people up.
On that subject, the guy before her got on just fine, and didn't seem to be putting any more effort into the hop. Was it just a matter of speed?


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On that subject, the guy before her got on just fine, and didn't seem to be putting any more effort into the hop. Was it just a matter of speed?
Not just the speed, I think she was putting to much weight on the front foot, to scared to get air off the jump. Kinda like when you lean forward a little so you don't fly off rollers at high speeds.

I'm not sure if I'm articulating it right, but like the rainbow fail you posted.. kinda like how your supposed to hit those without leaving the rail.
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Not just the speed, I think she was putting to much weight on the front foot, to scared to get air off the jump. Kinda like when you lean forward a little so you don't fly off rollers at high speeds.

I'm not sure if I'm articulating it right, but like the rainbow fail you posted.. kinda like how your supposed to hit those without leaving the rail.
You think she unweighted her board a little on the lip? Yeah, that would really screw you up.


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Every time I see those slow signs I think of this guy:

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^^^^^^^^is it bad i just hit replay about 10 times

please keep these coming in!!!!
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This ones pretty good too...


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Extreme snowboarding (fail) at Symphony Bowl, Whistler Blackcomb, 2012 - YouTube

More of a fail on Whistler to be honest. That shit was less than 10' off of a groom run and looked to be right by a warming hut.
Holy shit this pisses me off. You know how easy it would be to get knocked out and drown?

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"near miss"

wouldn't that be if he hit the snowcat?

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