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||picking up speed
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||5'2, 160 lbs
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|2/4/2013 1:53:12 PM
||I've gotten a new setup. Rome Artifact 149 and Burton Malavita bindings. I'm riding a wider than normal stance duck feet 15/-15 and 180's into jumps are almost effortless now =) Will be working on the buttering once we get some nice powdah in the northeast. Will post pics this weekend!
|2/4/2013 1:46:16 PM
|| Still haven't seen this posted yet =)
|1/24/2013 9:32:22 AM
||My friend about same weight and height, started with a 142cm and complained that it's not stable enough at higher speeds. She tried my 150cm board and loved how she was grounded over bumps/moguls. Now she's planning to get a 140cm since it's more flexible and easier to butter with. Longer board = stable; shorter board = playful. Hope this helps.
|1/23/2013 10:41:47 AM
||I had a similar problem. Front of foot and my toes were sore. Then I just trim my toe nails a bit before riding. Hope this helps =)
|9/6/2011 8:25:42 PM
||I've done some research on 4wd cars since both myself and my mom was in the market for new cars. I used to have a Mitsu EVO VIII and that was awesome in the snow. With snow tires on, the car performs like a it's got ice skate's on =). My mom's old car was the Toyota Matrix AWD. I just got a Subaru WRX and my mom got a Toyota Venza. All very reliable, and relatively cheap to fix. Hope this helps!
|5/11/2011 3:35:57 PM
||I have a RC and a friend with both a Stunt and an RC. The top sheet does scratch VERY easily on the RC. It's not as noticeable on the Stunt. Though I have not tried the Stunt, it looks a lot more flexible than my RC. Hope this helps.
|5/11/2011 3:25:36 PM
||C'mon buddy, there's another game tonight. Have a little faith
|5/11/2011 1:09:44 PM
||Bud Light Lime, just to get the evening started =)
|5/11/2011 1:07:18 PM
||About 1:15 hour on a good day.
|5/3/2011 3:20:53 PM
||I just wanted to share an interesting story with you guys. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42877036/ns/world_news-death_of_bin_laden Pretty much says the Navy Seals that raided the Bin Laden's place were a "mystery." I'm still a little skeptical until they release pictures and other evidence regarding his death. Hopefully gas prices will be coming down since there's less action in the Middle East now.
|2/22/2011 2:39:52 AM
||I was just at Jay this past weekend and the weather was typical New England. Thunderstorms on Friday, icy snow on Saturday, and bone-chilling cold on Sunday. Conditions would have been a lot nicer if it didn't rain and hit 40+ on Friday. I'm going again this weekend so hopefully the Tram will be up and running. Tip - Don't get on the greens on the far side of the mountain - it turns into pretty much an ice skating rink at some parts.
|2/8/2011 3:24:37 PM
||Yea, I tried riding 12 and -12 last night and could not bring myself to ride goofy (I usually ride regular.) Anyone else having the same problem? I was thinking of switching it to a goofy setup and for myself to ride that way for a few runs and see if it helps.
|2/4/2011 1:45:20 PM
||Hi everyone. I was wondering if anyone knows how I should be positioning my bindings if I want to work on tricks like 180's and 360's? Mine are currently set to 15 and 9 degrees, like this _\__ \_ Should I be setting it to something like _\__/_ to make it easier to switch foot? Same degree for both bindings? And should I widen the stance a little more than usual? I ride a Sierra Reverse Crew 151 with Burton P1 bindings. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!
|9/2/2010 4:09:44 PM
||The #1 killer feature - free games if you have your xbox flashed. FTW!!!
|9/2/2010 4:03:53 PM
||I second Mount Sunapee. Best price and distance from Boston. I usually go on their 2-for-1 Wednesdays and I they have a lot of similar discounts throughout the week.
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