Excellent forum and i have already found lots of useful info on upcoming replacement gear. This will be my 6th consecutive season snowboarding. Bay Area native and I'm no pro but can shred the mountain pretty well...jumps not so much. Looking forward in learning more and maybe one day provide some tips and pointers.
Whats up guys!? Stoked to be able to post. Stoked on snowboarding. Mt. High, Sothern California is my local mountain but I try to get to any other mountain i can. Hoping to get to UT and maybe CO this year. Already hit Mammoth after the 15ft dump.
Love the site there is always new info on here about something i don't know enough about.
Hey everyone! Finally getting around to introducing myself - I just started boarding this season and I'm completely addicted. My only regret is not having started sooner!
I was in Aspen (Snowmass) over Christmas/New Years' for about 10 days and am planning trips up to Killington, VT in Feb and Tahoe in March. I've been using Blue Mountain in PA to hone my skills in the mean time
Totally dig this forum and have already gotten a lot of helpful information, looking forward to getting to know some of you!
I am addicted to snowboarding. I found myself constantly reading information about the sport in my spare time, anything from info on techniques to waxing. Google kept leading me here, and I soon realized this place well... rocks.
I consider myself an intermediate snowboarder, but I hope to become advanced soon. I live in the lower mainland in BC where prices are inflated as hell. Nevertheless, snowboarding is more than worth it!
Whats up guys?! Im new to the threads, I must say that this forum is legit. I have been looking all over the internet for snowboarding forums and i only kept finding skiing forums haha. Im glad I found on. Anyways, my name is Austin Thompson, Im from Richmond VA, and go to school at Liberty university which is home of the only snowflex in the US.
I have a few questions about the forums:
What is the whole credits thing? I tried researching them and found nothing?
Also what are the perks of becoming a lifetime member?
I've learned the credits thing is an old system that doesnt apply anymore.. use to be the more frequent of a member you were with consistant postings the more credits you'd have to cash in and earn rewards? or something rather. The longer the time between posting your credits get docked.. the sooner the more they boost. BUT it doesn't really matter
And I'm not one.. but I believe the biggest perk of being a lifetime member is less advertisements.
I just started snowboarding this year after a 15 year hiatus from skiing. I'm already hooked and keep coming back to this forum for tips and pointers. Hoping to hone my skills this year on the local mountains and maybe make some trips next year. Looking forward to learning from the rest of the more seasoned riders on here.
I am from Guatemala. I live in Rock Hill, SC. My home mountain is Appalachian Ski Resort...I began riding in Winter Park, Colorado, but I've learned to love East Coast cr&%$. Im interested in learning more about board maintenance and tuning.
I look forward to learning and sharing with all here...