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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-25-2007, 11:47 AM
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I tuck it inbetween my legs. Putting it behind me isn't very comfortable, for me. I know others who don't mind it though.
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post #12 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-25-2007, 12:01 PM
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Ha! I was doubling up on the Tee with the Other Half but she was not very confident on them. So half way up she was really leaning on me and no matter how much I tried I couldn't get her off me. Just as I buckled over backwards and fell she let got of the Tee. The hook shot right between the legs and now I'm being hauled up the mountain on my back by my nuts. The liftie was too busy hitting on some Betty to see what was going on so it was quite the "drag" that he couldn't stop it right away. Nothing beers and tears can't solve.

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hahaha nice
post #14 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-25-2007, 01:52 PM
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I tuck it inbetween my legs. Putting it behind me isn't very comfortable, for me. I know others who don't mind it though.
lol i had no idea what the topic was and i read this.. pretty amusing if you ask me =)
post #15 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-09-2007, 07:57 AM
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When I first tried the T-bar I was the same, trying to adjust and fight against the pull of the bar. Instead of fighting the left movement just let it take you where it wants. Unless there's an edge and if you go too far left you will fall off, just let it go. If the edge is there you might have to adjust it but do it subtley not go on too much of an angle on your edge.

After learning to board properly I found the bar alot easier to use.

Along with just relaxing look ahead and not down at your board.

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When your far enough from the cabin so the guy doesnt see you, tie your other foot as well..I mean your not surpose to but it works so what the hell.. and dont put the T between your legs, hold it like you were wakeboarding,,
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SHRED GNAR!!! then work then sleep then do it again i hate when the tbar stops....i hate the t bar period i guess and i always want it to be over is why....... and the tow rope at the top of vail is fun too i love doin one foot back 1's and 3's with the handlepass its like wakeboarding except i dont suck at it GOOD TIMES

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Summit County Colorado or Utah?

I'll be in Summit County Colorado here and there. I have a pass good at Copper, plus maybe a trip to Janet's Cabin. I also get out in the backcountry in and around summit from time to time. I spend most of my time at Berthoud Pass and Winterpark in the winter though.

livin at the beav and vail got passes to beaver creek vail copper breckenridge keystone a-basin winterpark maryjane and steamboat holla and keep shreddin
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Tbars are just uncomfortable. Between the legs works best for me. I did the share thing once with a skier. Never again.

Poma's are easier but can provide a bit more amusement. The Storm King at Copper has a bit of the dip at the beginning after it's been open awhile. Rutted out from use. You need to get it between your legs quickly so that when it pulls it doesn't rocket you into the hillside. You are almost gauranteed a little air. Almost every year I see a skier or snowboarder get slammed into the hillside by that thing. It's freakin' funny when you see a skier get slammed and double ejected...
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i think i found a solution... K2 Cinch Cts bindings on their way
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