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Posted by: chromextreme - 12-11-2008, 07:29 PM - Forum: Classifieds - 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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  Re: Detuning
Posted by: - 12-09-2008, 01:14 AM - Forum: General - No Replies

Jack O wrote:[color=blue]
> I'm kind of new at snowboarding, with about 2 seasons of experience,
> and I got a new board last year - a Burton Custom X. I can ride some
> pretty steep stuff with ease, but often crash and burn when I have to
> ride flat, like on cat tracks. This is embarrassing and dangerous.
> The scariest place for me is at a local hill where there is a tunnel
> that is usually glare ice. If I get the slightest bit sideways in the
> tunnel, I'm in for a body slam when I come out.
> I noticed that my new board has sharp edges all the way around. Will
> detuning the board from the effective edge toward the tip and tail
> help this situation? If so, exactly where do you start detuning?

It might help a little, but really you just need to develop the skill.
Try running it always a little on edge in those conditions. Eventually
you will be able to run a flat base. The trick is to be able to relax
and not put any input into the board, yet be able to react if the
terrain demands it.


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  Two Wheel Freaks
Posted by: Remus6 - 11-14-2008, 12:07 AM - Forum: Off-Topic - No Replies

So, last weekend, I was riding up Mount Palomar with my CBR and I got a little bored with it. She was kinda fat and heavy, and not very compliant. I started missing my old bike. So, I sold my CBR and got a R6S Special Edition. I put her on my bike stands and washed her, my hands were freeazing. It's starting to get cold here in SoCal.

My new girl friend, Rachel:

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Camera mount:

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By the way, I went riding today and here's me riding up Dulzura/Jamul California. This area is literally my back yard. Notice I'm only going about 70 mph (on a 30-45mph zone), this area actually has a lot of CHP traffic and Border Patrols. This area is one of those places where illegal aliens travel. That Civic in front is my friend driving, so we're trying not to get any tickets. He's actually in the process of getting his own R6.

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Post a pic of your 2 wheels! Dirt and street are welcome!!

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  Gutar Hero: World Tour
Posted by: Remus6 - 11-06-2008, 12:42 PM - Forum: Games - No Replies

Any one play this game?

It is so fun, much better than my Rock Band game.

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  have you caught the new video yet??
Posted by: tyrocks00 - 10-21-2008, 02:28 PM - Forum: Music - No Replies

I love Shiny Toy Guns, and I just fell in love with their new video for ricochet thats been all over yahoo. Its definitely extreme...but thats just how I like things!! They also have crazy lil snippets of themselves on their myspace page! But that video is a must see!! :freak:

Ty Umg

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  UK snowboarder in near-death avalanche
Posted by: mpora - 10-21-2008, 04:40 AM - Forum: Events - No Replies

Watch Johno Verity and Eric Themel defy death in a monstrous avalanche on Mt Cook, New Zealand at http://www.MPORA.TV The dramatic footage features Johno almost buried alive while he continues to film.

Also check out MPORA.TV for exclusive live coverage of the Freeze snowboard and music festival taking place from Thursday 23 to Sunday 26 October 2008 at Battersea Power Station, London. Freeze features the biggest snowboard jump ever built in the UK with the world's finest snowboarders and skiers battling it out and Cypress Hill headlining.

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  Boreal Jibassic Pro Invitational
Posted by: ridetime - 10-17-2008, 03:55 PM - Forum: Events - No Replies

Boreal Jibassic Pro Invitational on October 25th. It’s time to break out your winter jackets to come watch an evening of pro skiers and snowboarders vying for a chunk of the $6000 cash purse prize, airline tickets from Southwest Airlines and a chance to wow the crowd as FUEL TV hands out $100 bills totaling over $2000 for best trick.

Come stroll through the sponsor village when the gates open at 2 p.m. and check out swag from Thirty-Two Boots, 686 Outerwear, Dakine, FUEL TV and more. Be sure to stop by the Sessions tent where Zak Hale, Kyle Miller and Brett Butcher will be signing autographs from 4-5 p.m. For those of you itching to shred, Boreal will have a public jib park set up sponsored by Boards ‘N Motion of Auburn. So bring along your gear and don’t forget your helmet. Admission to the park is only $5 to jib from 2-6 p.m.

This event also marks the date for your last chance to purchase a discounted 08/09 season pass either at the event or go online to rideboreal. After JPI.4 is over the prices will go up over 20%! For those interested in working at Boreal there will be an onsite job fair, stop by and fill out an application between 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

When the sun starts to drop behind the mountain at 6 p.m. make your way over to the custom built Snowboard Magazine Staircase covered with blown snow generated from Boreal’s new snowmaking system. Watch the pros throw down in the first major rail jam of the season. For a rider line-up for JPI.4 please visit rideboreal.

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  Boreal Jibassic Pro Invitational
Posted by: ridetime - 10-17-2008, 03:49 PM - Forum: Events - 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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  Re: Best place to snowboard?
Posted by: - 10-06-2008, 05:42 PM - Forum: General - No Replies

Bryan wrote:[color=blue]
> I love snowboarding, but I live in Texas, unfortunately I can only go
> once or twice a year tops. The last couple of years I have been to all
> the Vail Resort Mountains. This year I was trying to get a trip
> together and wanted some suggestions of good snowboarding moutains
> (cali, col, utah, open to anything).
> All of my friends are intermediate to expert, but any mountain will
> work for us, we just want a change of pace.
> What are some good mountains?[/color]

What kind of snowboarding do you like to do?


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