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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-12-2009, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys, I'm new to the forum here. I'm 27 and have been boarding for 12+ years and at least 25 times a season. I'm a passholder at Mount Seymour so I'm up there fairly often. Over the years I've had season passes to Seymour, Grouse, Cypress and Whistler. I also ride Baker every other weekend and Whistler when I get a discount or have extra cash. I've also been to Big White numerous times, Silver Star, Sum Peaks, Fernie, Lake Louise, Kicking Horse, Hemlock, Manning.
Last year I joined the North Shore Snowboard Team in hope to turn semi-pro and get into a few comp's. I still haven't gone into a comp but I've got quite a few pro shots done and have a photographer that bugs me every time the sun comes out.
If it's really nice out on a weekend, I usually head to the Seymour backcountry and build a nice booter and have a few beers and huck myself into the air for the day. 2 of my good riding partners have blown out their knees early this season and 2 have moved to Fernie and one has moved to Whistler so sadly I'm out of decent riders to hang with for the season. I still get out at least once a week with my 2 kids (4 and 6) and my wife and some friends that go only a few times a year. I'm always looking for new riders to go up with that can keep up with me or go faster, bigger and push ourselves to the limit.
I still don't know too many tricks considering what's out there. I can spin front and back 3's off almost any jump, back 5's are not a problem and if there's a big jump with a powder landing, I'll just huck myself into a mad spin and hope for the best. Rails aren't much of a problem for me but I'm not too fond of them. I can also huck a nice backflip. I'd like to learn more tricks this year and hopefully enter a few comp's.
I ride an 08 Burton Custom 162 but am not the biggest fan of it. I've always had freeride boards and prefer the feel of them more.
That's about enough BS I can talk about myself for the day. See you guys and girls around.


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hello AL....

i think most people in here are more recreational than semi-pro sideways sliders, (well.... i know i am) but we all nevertheless share a passion and i am sure given the chance, more than a few would meet up and put down some lines with you (again, speaking for myself).

I have been to vancouver, whistler, fernie and big white and enjoyed myself to the extent that i am moving out there. what's langley like? big houses? lots of well paying jobs? cheap beer? fast cars? etc....

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Langley's not so bad. Housing prices are relatively cheap compare to the rest of the lower mainland. It's a hell of a lot better than Surrey and Abbotsford if you're thinking of moving south of the Fraser. There are still lots of farms around but urban sprawl is taking over West Langley
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