Hello my name is Noah. I live out in Colorado. I have been snowboarding since 1989 or so. I use to be in the military so I was able to ride Europe for over half a decade. I also grew up on the East Coast so I grew up riding the great big blue sheet of ice called mountains there. I have seen many fads come and go in snowboarding. But I have to say I really like the camber options on boards today. I just wish the companies would still make more asymmetric side cuts like they did back in the early 90s. I currently ride last years 157 Burton Flying V. But this year plan to purchase a Never Summer Heritage. I don't really hit the park anymore. A dream day to me is a deep back country powder day. So many days in the winter you will find me hiking the Loveland pass with my dog running at my side as I descend.
Hello my name is Alanna. I live just outside of Burlington Vermont. I started snowboarding in 96'. This year I will be instructing (my second year) at Bolton Valley a small mountain that is close to home and affordable. During the winter months I also volunteer for the CHILL Program. If you are not familiar with this program please see my signature. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
My name is Paul, I have been living/working overseas for over 10 years now, and in that time I have had the opportunity to travel to a few different Ski resorts.
These include, Banff – Canada, Flaine – France, Maria Alm, Achenkirch –Austria, Perisher Valley & Perisher Blue – Australia.
Each time I travel to these places it’s with my wife and kids. As is often said, a family that plays together, stays together- corny and concerning I know, but true.
We are getting ready for next trip to France - Flaine again, as it's just so easy going , particularly with the family.
Hey bros! I'm Daniel. Call me Dan, Danny, Dano, whatever lol. I'm from Alaska, been snowboarding seriously about two years, but skated for like 6 so I'm not new to boards. Oh yeah, I'm 16. Ummm thats all I guess.
Names Alan, and all though I live in know where kansas for the past 2 years during christmas breaks ive been staying at a cousins and we would go snowboarding at chestnut mountain.
Ive finally bought me own board and hope to be doing this for a while.
Hey everyone, new guy from new carlisle Ohio. Its about 20mins north of Dayton. Last season was my first season of snowboarding and I instantly fell in love with it. I took a group lesson when I first got their and boy did it help. I had to basically learn on ice, but you do what you gotta do. Im not the greatest, but I can get down the hill without falling now sometimes
I Just picked up a job at our local mountain (mad river mountain) in Zanesfield Oh. Im going to be a lift attendant so now I can be at the mountain more and learn some more skills. I currently rent my board because I have a kid on the way, and it's a little cheaper right now. But here soon im gonna be looking at buying a board on here thats 148 and a pair of size 9 boots.
If you ride their let me know. I'm looking for others to ride with.
I've been riding for 18 years now. Live in Poland but spend a lot of time snowboarding in the Alps.
Im really excited about this forum, because there's a lot of opinion about brands not so popular in EU, can say "exotic". I'm a exp. rider but I'm also a salesman, distributor, pressman, sometimes evan a coach etc. Snowboarding is my life
Btw. we've very nice spring in the central Europe now ;(