Haha wow, I heard "1080!" in my head as soon as I read that. That game was awesome, but it caused me to hurt myself badly my first time snowboarding...didn't realize it's not that easy to do 1080 flip in real lifeI find N64 1080 Snowboarding to be the end all of educational and instructional snowboarding material. For the real difficult stuff I usually cross reference SSX Tricky, but that’s an advanced strategy and should not be attempted by beginners.
Sorry I was busy being a jerry. I wish I followed SPC's "super pro advice" about how to use a "headplant" to flop over a log. Super pro, I wish I was that pro.
Well you can only imagine how shocked I was when I tried to do a kick flip after playing SSX!Haha wow, I heard "1080!" in my head as soon as I read that. That game was awesome, but it caused me to hurt myself badly my first time snowboarding...didn't realize it's not that easy to do 1080 flip in real life
So riding out of bounds (like they did in that video) during category 5 extreme avalanche danger if you're carrying avy gear and riding with at least one person and keeping an eye on them is safe right?They've spoken about freeride/backcountry safety in numerous videos in the past - riding with at least one person, never alone, maintaining communication whilst riding, spotting safe lines for each other, av gear and regularly practising how to find a buried transceiver with your riding group, why it's important, tree well safety etc etc.
This is a good post and I fully agree with you on creating the right environment especially if someone has a large enough following and influence on their audience. They have a responsibility to the community to spread proper information and set the right example, especially if their audience is full of beginners.Sorry I was busy being a jerry.....