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  1. Boards
    Looking for some board advice from those who love to carve at high speed. I mostly use a Flying V (Burton custom) for surfy style riding in Australia. Yes, we have some snow. Much shorter runs though. I have a Japow board for when it’s been dumping (LibTech Orca). Still new, waiting to test...
  2. Tips, Tricks And Snowboard Coaching
    I started to snowboard more often last season and already went snowboarding for 8 days this season. I am really trying my best to improve my ride. One of my main goals is to be able to carve better especially on steeper slopes (blue, black..). I have included a raw video of me riding down a...
  3. Boards
    Hey guys, I'm pretty new to snowboarding and I only have like 20 riding days in total and I'm looking for advice on which board to buy. Right now I have the Yes Basic in wide and I'm pretty happy with it regarding buttering and riding switch. But at speed the board gets really unstable and...
  4. Boards
    Hi there, I have been reading tons, here at this forum and elsewhere in different shops and forums. I am considering a few snowboards and I would like to make the right choice. My profile is: I like speed, therefore I reckon I need a stable and somewhat medium/rigid snowboard. I don't touch...
  5. Tips, Tricks And Snowboard Coaching
    been using the Trace app to track my speed and other statistics on the mountain. kind of bummed to see i max out at around 35mph, which, in my opinion, is sort of pathetic. i try to push it as much as possible but i think its almost completely mental for me. i can think of two reasons for...
  6. Boards
    Hi there, I currently have a signal park rocker (sooo much fun!) and a burton custom flying v. I wanna replace the burton, 'cause I don't love it so much. It has a lousy edge hold on ice, is getting unstable at 60+ km/h, and for that reason is not fast enough. As a replacement I was thinking...
  7. Tips, Tricks And Snowboard Coaching
    As I noted in a previous thread, I'm new to boarding. Just started in late November. I'm still getting used to speed and have been practicing straight runs a bit. My problems are - when I build up what I think is too much speed I: 1) tend to lean back or "sit in the back seat." (It is almost...
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