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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-07-2013, 06:09 PM
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Oh, I see now. It's kinda obvious if you think about terrain parks and such. I'm not really into that so I didn't have a clear image in my mind.

Once you see something like this it's pretty clear what part would be the "20 foot" part:


Sorry for the noob confusion.
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Ive always considered a "Master" rider someone who can adapt to anything they want, whether its terrain, style, whatever.

That said, it sounds like your progressing just fine. If tricks are you thing, dont forget about carving and basic boardskills. If your into spins, do them friggin everywhere. over rollers, hips on the sides of groomes, through/around trees to help navigate.

Anything you can do to safely push the envelope is what I refer to as progression.
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I've gone roughly as much as you, and I can't even imagine hitting a 20 ft jump anytime soon.
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