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Old 03-11-2010, 03:42 AM   #951 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, looking forward to getting help with future questions
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Old 03-11-2010, 01:15 PM   #952 (permalink)
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Talking Hello from Bounceboards

The Bounceboard is used by the United States of America Snowboarding Association for training and conditioning and is accepted by all major trampoline manufactures. This April 3 MTV will feature a Bounceboard on the show "Made". You can see some fine tricks on YouTube and by visiting our manufacturer website. There are limitations to the benefits of training with a Bounceboard (R) but you wont hurt your oompa loompas, knock your teeth out or crack your head open and it is a lot of fun!

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Old 03-11-2010, 04:54 PM   #953 (permalink)
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Ive been viewing the site as a guest for quite some time now soooo i finally registered. Im 24 addicted to boarding and live in ontario, canada. Beeeeen riding 35 days plus this season but temps have kinda stopped me for now. Pretty sure our sorry excuse for a season is over so im hoping I can hit up Windells this summer for a sesh!!
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:55 PM   #954 (permalink)
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Hi everyone!
Last january I went to Aspen Snowmass for the first time. It was the best snowboard and snow parks Ive ever seen!!! Aewsome rails, tables and jumps... Altought I dont do the 40 f. jumps... I bought a go pro hd camera and made some sweet aspen snowmass park videos and images.
Another awesome thing was to legalize the elk gondola... lol
For who is interested to know a little about the parks there check out my video!
Aspen Snowmass Park at YouTube - Aspen Snowmass Park
Peace and respect!
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Old 03-12-2010, 10:26 PM   #955 (permalink)
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O hai
I'm Mere
I've been riding for 7 years now
Instructing for 5 years
I'm just a level 1, will be a 2 next season when I can actually afford the damn course
I will also be a park lv.1 as of next weekend.
I occasionally play guitar
And canoing is my life in the summer.
Oh, I also have a pet chinchilla.
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Old 03-13-2010, 12:11 PM   #956 (permalink)
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Thumbs up new member, longtime cali rider

whaddup everyone...

name's john. i'm 23 yrs old and been snowboarding going on 14 yrs now. grew up hitting the slopes in norcal but i've been living down in socal for the last 5 years. went to school at ucla and now i'm working at a satellite communications company in carlsbad (north county san diego, where shaun white is from ).

i joined the forum cuz i'm going back to school in september but before then i wanna take a trip to australia/new zealand for some boarding and i figured a forum might be the best place to get ideas.

my setup right now is a 161 k2 zeppelin, burton p1 bindings and some salomon boots. might be lookin to get a new rocker board soon and maybe some thirty two boots so pm me if you have any suggestions.

some of my favorite places to ride-sugarbowl, kirkwood, northstar, sierra at tahoe, mammoth...

if you're a norcal rider check out sentury snowboards, handmade boards out of reno.

guess that's it. looking forward to hearing from everyone
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Old 03-16-2010, 08:51 AM   #957 (permalink)
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Default Hello from NJ

Hi everyone, I'm Jay from New Jersey.

I just took up the sport this past season at age 41. My wife thinks I'm crazy and often comments that "You're not supposed to be falling down so much at your age" but, bumps and bruises aside, it's been one of the most fun winters I have had.

I still suck and am surprised that I am able to do splits at my age as evidenced by every other time I come off of a chairlift, but thanks to reading a lot of stuff here, watching the how to videos and 2 lessons, I am able to sort of make what resembles turns. It is frustrating watching little kids zoom by you and being envious of kids having no fear, but hopefully by next year, I'll improve from horrible to just being a scrub.
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Old 03-17-2010, 12:59 PM   #958 (permalink)
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Hi, Ivan here from Belgrade, Serbia.

5 years of boarding, but not too much time on snow.

I'm here mainly to check out the reviews and seek some info on equipment.
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Old 03-18-2010, 10:45 AM   #959 (permalink)
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hey i'm a bit of a late starter to all this. age 30 and from Dublin Ireland. just back from my first snowboarding holiday in austria loved every minute of it.
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Old 03-18-2010, 12:15 PM   #960 (permalink)
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Hey Hey! New here, new to boarding. Just saying Hi!
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