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barnyard Name David Bernhardt
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Years Riding: 9
Average Days/Year: 20
Skill Level: advanced
Riding Style: all mountain
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Preferred Terrain: powder, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 6'0, 220 lbs
Board Size: 159
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2/13/2009 7:13:14 AM I missed out on the 40% off sale that had this at about $200, but I'm hoping someone bought one and now needs to sell it.   If you're selling yours (or would consider selling yours), please PM me.
2/12/2009 10:13:34 AM Are you guys getting any more in stock this year?
2/4/2009 8:11:56 AM I have vouchers to buy 3 day passes at Stowe Mountain Resort for $99.  The passes are a significant savings over normal prices and normally sell for up to $50 on eBay. I am selling the vouchers for only $20 each and have two left. If you are interested, PM me, and I can take payments via PayPal and ship them to you via USPS Priority Mail with a tracking number and delivery notification.
2/3/2009 1:47:01 PM So, last Tuesday, i fractured my ankle playing hockey.  Fractured my ankle, was put in a half-cast splint (fiberglass cast from my toes to under my knee), and was given crutches. I stopped using the crutches after a few days, and am now walking in the half-cast with minimal pain.  If it starts feeling good, how long should I wait before boarding again?  Am I putting myself at significant risk if I board, but take it easy for a while?
1/2/2009 7:05:52 AM If so, share pictures...
12/25/2008 7:36:36 AM it's dumping white stuff everywhere today.
12/23/2008 11:06:46 AM For Sale: Roxy Women's Snowboarding Pants   X-Series size medium, slim fit Graphite color Waterproof Zippered side-vents Light insulation for warmth (and padding) one very small light discolored spot (which was there when new) Excellent condition, worn only a few times. Paid $149 originally, selling for $40 + shipping (or best offer) pictures available upon request
11/28/2008 11:46:12 AM I'm looking at the Grenade Manic in the green tie-die and also the Four Square Steve-O in Heather.  I know the Four Square is a bit more waterproof. Does anyone have any experience with either jacket (or jacket company).  I want to make sure that whatever I buy will hold up for a while (i.e.: not fall apart, not lose its waterproofing, etc.) Also, how are they fit-wise?  I'm looking for something big and baggy.
11/20/2008 10:49:08 AM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZiuzbRj5_I
11/17/2008 11:01:05 AM http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/Burton-Cap-Strap-1218.asp Can I use these with the Union Milan?  I know it's not ideal, but would it work?
11/16/2008 7:13:26 PM Shaun White Snowboarding Review from Gamespot.com GameSpot Score 5.0 mediocre Frustrating issues make Shaun White Snowboarding seem less like a downhill rush and more like an uphill grind. The Good Mountains are huge and look quite nice   Throwing snowballs at buddies is a welcome treat. The Bad Platforming in a snowboarding game is an awful idea   No sense of speed   Focus meter depletes way too quickly   Only four mountains, and none of them are based on real locations   Crashes are lame. Shaun White is a real person. He is famous for riding boards (of both the skate and snow variety) and winning medals in international competitions. The snowboarding game to which he has lent his name seems to take place in the real world, where gravity limits how high you can jump and what sort of tricks you can pull off. Unfortunately, Shaun White Snowboarding too often breaks away from this realistic depiction. The activities you'll be competing in so wildly clash with the actual sport that this feels more like a poorly conceived platformer than an exciting sporting extravaganza. Because of the dichotomy between real-life actions and fantasy land adventuring, Shaun White's first game is choppy, unfocused, and way too aggravating to be fun. Shaun White Snowboarding offers four huge mountains that you are free to explore however you wish; there are no time limits or preset paths to follow. Taking part in freestyle activities or trying to find the best places to perform tricks in this open world can be mildly entertaining, but there is structure when you tire of trying to make your own fun. Though you'll be asked to create your own character at the start of the game, your actual role is little more than errand boy (or girl) for Shaun White. The limited cutscenes--including White's awkward stab at asking out a girl--are a poor attempt at creating a likable universe in which to grind fallen trees. Unfortunately, the snowboarding is every bit as shallow as the story. The simple controls let you spin and grab your board with ease, but the experience lacks impact; it feels as if you're hovering slightly above the earth at all times instead of carving a path down a snowy mountain. The sense of speed is also nonexistent; even when you're flying down a nearly vertical slope at top speeds, complete with unnecessary motion blur, it still feels slower than a child would travel on a backyard sled. And when you do crash, instead of wreaking havoc to your fragile body, you'll gracefully bounce back onto your feet with only a slight dip in velocity. And instead of progressing through the game by pulling off wicked grabs and gravity-defying flips, you'll spend the majority of your time trying to track down hard-to-reach coins. While this mechanic serves as the backbone for many enjoyable platformers, it is arduous in a game with such poor locomotion. Navigating around the environment with a board strapped to your feet is way too finicky, making the continual backtracking to grind a string of rickety planks or nail the perfect angle off a ramp an absolute chore. Your reward for grabbing the coins is a whole new batch distributed across the four mountains. Each round of collecting comes with a new focus power, which lets you break down walls, go slightly faster, or catch extra air off a ramp. Unfortunately, your focus ability is tied to a diminishing meter that requires you to perform tricks to fill it. This means you'll have one or two attempts to snatch a coin before you're relegated to performing random tricks for 10 minutes to get another chance at the prize. When you finally nab every coin, you'll be treated to a series of events that test your ability to pull off death-defying tricks. Actual snowboarding at last! Sadly, these events are only slightly mor
11/11/2008 3:58:25 PM Just curious as I'm going to try Burton's Gore Tex mittens for the first time due to the 70% off sale!
11/9/2008 9:55:38 PM Are you guys going to stock them this year? If not, is there a reason?
11/9/2008 12:44:04 PM Make me an offer. I'm trying to put together some scratch for new gear. I also have the following games for sale: Nintendo DS: Tiger Woods Golf XBox: Amped 2 NHL 2K5 XBox 360: Tony Hawk Proving Ground Sega Dreamcast: World Series Baseball 2K1 NFL 2K1
11/2/2008 11:43:25 AM I bought a new board/bindings last year and was trying to decide what to do with my old equipment that was being replaced. Since I will probably never ride it again, I sold it on Craigslist. I was wondering what other people do. In the meantime, I got $275 for a 2005 Burton Powers 157 with Tech Nine bindings and Palmer risers, so I was pretty stoked.


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