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adrexler Name Alejandro
Location Austin, TX, US
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Gender: Male
Age: 38
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Years Riding: 3
Average Days/Year: 10
Skill Level: resort powder rider
Riding Style: freeride
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Preferred Terrain: powder
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Height/Weight: 5'9, 162 lbs
Board Size: 155
Boot Size: 9
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: Rockies
Location: Colorado
Resort: Vail
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3/25/2011 4:44:13 AM I have had many boots in my life and flow boots are one of the best. Still TruSnow carries just a few flow boots. TruSnow is my favorite snowboard store but having more flow boots variaty would be great. Any experience with flow boots. My experience is the best
3/25/2011 4:32:04 AM I have always wondered what is the best way to prepare for a new season. No matter what I do, after the first day of snowboard my legs sore. This year I rode my road bike 10 miles/day (in average) but my legs were still sore after the first day. Any advice?
3/22/2011 10:00:06 AM I recently went to heavenly there are plenty of expensive places to stay. But there are also some cheap inss that are decent enough for me. I want ot go to aspen but I have heard it is horribly expensive. Do you know of any cheap hotel hostals or inns in the area that are close to the slopes or a shuttle stop. Any advice is welcomed
3/21/2011 10:15:25 AM I recently went to China, nice country very impressed. The bad news is the food is great, why bad news, because I put on 10 pound. I have been trying to get rid of the extra pound, so far I have lost 6 but I am stuck. I am eating little meals and I am doing lots of sports, I do not know what I am doing wrong, but I cannot lose the 4 extra pound I still have. Any advice???
3/21/2011 10:12:28 AM I have always snowboarded in Chile (my home country). But this year I took 5 days off and went to Lake Tahoe. I had some friends working in Heavenly, therefore I got 50% off the lift. The landscape is awesome, and the slopes are great. I do not do part, but the grooms are fantastic. I did not have the chance to see other ski centers because I did not rent a car. Which other centers do you reccomend in the area?
9/7/2010 7:32:29 AM It has been a few weeks with confusing activity on the giveaways. No update on winners. Give aways not on time. What is going on? Anyone knows, are they still doing the giveaway in a regular basis? I Hope to hear some information back
7/6/2010 8:04:29 PM Hi I just got a Sierra Reverse Crew I want to know if I need to detune it. Given that it is a rocker I do not think that detuning will reduce the chances of catching an edge buy I may be wrong any advice will be appreciated.
6/19/2010 6:57:54 AM I live in Austin and the closest slopes are in new Mexico. However I have heard some contradicting stories about the snowboard there. First it seems that hotels are 30 minutes away from slopes, is that true? Second, it seems that slopes are inferior in quality to slopes in Colorado, is that true? What is the truth. What is the quality of snowboard in New Mexico. How are hotels, any spas? As you see I have a lot of questions. Good information about snowboard in New Mexico will be greatly appreciated
6/16/2010 4:04:35 AM OK lets clear things up I have heard that boots should be half a size smaller than your shoes. Then someone told me they should be half size bigger. Then someone says they should be real tight, but other says they should be comfy. What is the real answer? What is the best for riding?
6/15/2010 4:55:35 AM I want to spend 3 days in a spa resort (I need something for my wife to do). People told me that Vail and Telluride are great places to go. I do mainly carving, which of the two places do you recommend?
6/13/2010 4:59:22 AM Let's help people who are getting into snowboard. In this post you can recommend you ideal gear for a beginner. Try to stick to stuff in stock, so that people can buy if they decide to give snowboard a chance
6/11/2010 5:23:05 AM Hey I saw the reviews and video for the reverse crew. It is categorized as board for intermediate advanced riders. My question is what problems will have a beginner riding the reverse crew?
6/9/2010 8:26:15 AM Hi I am an intermediate all mountain rider. I want a comfortable forgiving board. I just bought a reverse crew, but I am seriously thinking about getting a stunt just to compare how the ride changes (the price is crazy during days when it is staff pick) I have heard that the stunt is mainly for freestyle. Do you think that it will still be good for easy going all mountain carving? Thanks for the advice.
6/8/2010 8:23:27 AM Hi all you may have gotten here expecting the answer for your problems. But you will only find a question. Hopefully someone posts a good answer later on. I love snowboarding, but my wife hates it. She has only spent 2 days in the snow and I have tried my best to teach her, but it does not work. She gets mad on me, spends half of the day in the floor, and does not enjoy the ride. What is the best way to help her? I was considering spending 3 days in a nice ski center and getting an instructor 3 hours a day. But that would be really pricey (if it is the only solution I will still do it). Any suggestions? Maybe I can coordinate with some expert in the community, go this upcoming winter to the same center he does, and get lessons for a reasonable price (instead of paying the super high prices of the official ski centers instructions) If you are willing to teach my wife or other wives-girlfriends you can post here 1- Where you go 2- When you go 3- What your rate you will charge May be we can coordinate something good, you make some money, we get our wives to love snowboard. And we are all happier O maybe you should also post a picture. If you are too good looking it may be dangerous, just kidding Thanks
6/8/2010 8:13:24 AM Hi all I considered myself an intermediate snowboarder. I can pretty much snowboard any mountain, regardless of steepness, length, bumps, and I enjoy it. However I still fell very often when riding flat. It is very frustrating. I can snowboard the entire day in the steepest slopes and have a great day. Then I go back to my cabin and in the flat trail to get there I catch and edge and get a whiplash, it drives me nuts!!!! If you have any good tricks to avoid this happening I will sincerely appreciate Hope this also helps other whiplashers


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