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  This board needs a thread...let's talk carving
Posted by: Guest - 02-13-2010, 02:12 AM - Forum: General - No Replies

Sean wrote:[color=blue]
> I'm preparing for my annual pilgrimage westward to the rockies with the
> family. Doing a little online research on technique, I found video on
> youtube from extremecarving.com. What is it about alpine boards that makes
> those deep carves easier than a standard board? I've tried to lay down on
> deep turns, but I reach a point in the turn where it seems as if I've
> pressed a nitrous button and speed increases dramatically through the arc.
> It's a great feeling, but sometimes a bit marginal on the control. What's
> the secret?[/color]

Generally alpine boards have longer edge length and a bigger turn radius
than general-purpose boards. They are also narrower and are ridden with
forward stance angles, typically around 60 degrees. Furthermore, the
hard boots and bindings used provide a better interface to the board.

However the guys at extreme carving use further specialized equipment.
Their boards are a little wider than regular alpine boards (around 22 cm
waist as opposed to 18-20) and have sidecuts on the order of 12 m. The
wider board lets them run a little shallower angles on their boots, I
think typically a 50 degree stance. They also like bindings with good
lateral movement.

If you're interested in learning more about carving, the hard boot
community congregates in the forums at bomberonline.com. The tech
section of that website has a lot of good articles on equipment and


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  FS: BURTON custom detox Yellow L snowboard bindings
Posted by: Guest - 02-13-2010, 02:12 AM - Forum: General - No Replies


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  new england snowboard group
Posted by: Guest - 02-13-2010, 02:12 AM - Forum: General - No Replies

Hello everyone,

I used to contribute extensively to this newsgroup, going back to
1995. I haven't had enough time over the past five years or so, but do
check in on occasion. For those I remember -- Dave R., Neil G., Champ,
and others -- I hope you're still riding and enjoying life to the
fullest! I know I am...:-)

For those of you in New England, USA -- I just started a New England
Snowboard group on Yahoo!


If you snowboard in New England, feel free to join!

btw, I have been snowboarding since 1993 -- in Vermont, New Hampshire,
Maine, Massachusetts, Colorado and California. I'm from New England
and moved back here from Calif. because I like it here best. Not
because we have the best mountains, but overall I wouldn't live
anywhere else. I also have a new snowboard company in the works.

Hope to do more reading and posting here this winter!

(PS, have to post this from Google Groups because aioe.org is down at
the moment...hope it works.)


new england surf vortex
photos - art - words - all new england!

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  Header Corrected.
Posted by: admin - 02-03-2010, 03:09 AM - Forum: General - No Replies

Looks like there was an issue with header of the website. This has been corrected. When I get time I think I am going to redo the website altogether making this forum more of the main page.

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  Final Call for Entries - 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival
Posted by: newport - 01-08-2010, 06:19 PM - Forum: General - No Replies

The 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival will screen over 350 feature length and short films. The 2010 NBFF will also host red carpet Opening and Closing Night Gala Celebrations, International Spotlight events, an Action Sports Film Series, an Environmental Film Series, a Family Film Series, a Collegiate Showcase, a Youth Film Showcase and a free Seminar Series. Come be a part of the 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival.

The FINAL deadline for film submissions to the 11th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival is JANUARY 25, 2010.

Submit your film at www. NewportBeachFilmFest . com

The Newport Beach Film Festival runs April 22-April 29, 2010!!

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  2010 newport beach film festival thanksgiving special deadline
Posted by: newport - 11-16-2009, 06:30 PM - Forum: General - No Replies

I tried to SPAM a URL. I should know better not to post an address in these forums unless I am a standard member. Please beat me.

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  Free Action Sports Film Screening
Posted by: newport - 11-13-2009, 01:54 PM - Forum: Events - No Replies

Join us for our next CINEMA SAGE HILL event on Wednesday, November 18. The Newport Beach Film Festival and The Studio at Sage Hill will present a free screening of the Quiksilver surf documentary 'Clay Marzo: Just Add Water', followed by a Q&A session with director Jamie Tierney. Click on the link http://www(dot)newportbeachfilmfest(dot)com/images/claymarzo(dot)jpg for more information.

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  Hey I'm new
Posted by: Jotmelentee - 11-11-2009, 06:59 AM - Forum: Off-Topic - No Replies

What's up everyone, I'm new to the forum and just wanted to say hey. Hopefully I posted this in the right section!

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  New for 2010???? (or dec 2009)
Posted by: dontbiffit - 11-06-2009, 03:10 PM - Forum: Events - No Replies

hey guys,

this thread is dyin a bit. anybody have any new events coming up in december or 2010? besides the obvious, haha Rolleyes

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  Going to California
Posted by: bigair1988 - 11-03-2009, 07:21 PM - Forum: West - No Replies

Any suggestions?

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