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ShredbettyZoe Name Zoe
Location Cantley, QC, CA
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Age: 27
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Years Riding: 11
Average Days/Year: 60
Skill Level: medium features
Riding Style: freestyle park
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Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry, park, groomers
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Height/Weight: 5'3, 135 lbs
Board Size: 138-143 park// 143-150 groomer// 156 pow
Boot Size: 7
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: S
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Location: Quebec
Resort: Mont Cascades
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2/16/2011 11:17:42 AM Email please zoe.lomoro@gmail.com The bigger your order the better the deal :-) I accept tips, and I provide undies. I'm willing to draw up custom cuts if I have time. All the money from the vinyls goes towards my shred season, be it drinking, traveling, or new gear. my prices paypal only please (shipping is usually 2$ by CanadaPost, overseas is about 4$) 1” – 5” 3$ 6” – 10” 6$ 10” – 15” 9$ additional color layers might cost more
10/23/2010 3:09:27 PM Sold
10/23/2010 3:02:32 PM (pay shipping from Canada) good for a beginner gal to not rent for a while to see if you're interested in snowboarding PM if interested
9/24/2010 7:02:52 AM HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG BOY MT.POW!!!!!!!!!!!!
9/19/2010 4:08:14 PM although you're surely off celebrating in style, I wanted to say thank for always being there when I need you. We've had our ups and downs but I now consider you somewhat of an online big brother in a non family kind of way hahaha. I wanted to wish you a very happy birthday!!! and I hope you don't drink yourself sick! maybe others would like to leave some birthday wishes for Bruizza... I mean he is kind of a big deal
7/29/2010 7:12:11 AM So I somewhat recently got a permanent well paying awesome job that gave me the opportunity to finally consider moving out, so I started apartment hunting some months ago. Being as I was raised outside the city... I will never be a city girl. As I looked at apartment after apartment with no desire to actually move into one, I realized the hefty price tag on any place that was decent was basically the cost of a mortgage. So I started entertaining the idea of buying a house. Mom and Dad were away on a trip at the time so we emailed each other about it and they agreed this is a great idea! My mom already has property here where we live, so I have  land to build on. We went to the bank last night and we came up with a great plan to build the house and I will mortgage it after its finished. So if anyone has expertise in the field of home building... I'm looking for ALL kinds of advice from a-z I'm terribly excited but also very overwhelmed by it. Building a house was definitely not on my list of things to do 2 months ago... some things I would really like to know are - what adds value to a home (if I was going to resell the house, I'm not really building to sell but if someday I want to). I'm looking at different ways to do the foundation, I know there are new septic systems out now, looking at all kinds of new technology for homes and eco-friendly and energy efficient trends. I would love to hear other peoples stories about moving out / home buying. Keep in mind I am in Canada and our mortgage system is not the same... so info about that might not apply the same way here, but advice on mortgaging is always welcome too! On the down side..... I likely wont be able to afford any snowboard trips this winter which makes me extremely sad.
6/23/2010 12:46:21 PM Well, we just experienced an earthquake here in Ottawa, which is highly unusual. I wasn't aware but the Ottawa Valley is on a fault line and we had an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.5. We were in the middle of a meeting and since this is not typical to Ottawa we all just kind of looked at each other puzzled... then realized this is an earthquake and wtf do we do. Mostly all of Ottawas corp buildings are tall buildings. this is where the earthquake originated, not even an hour from my house. There's already some articles about it online. - the globe and mail - Globe and mail Q&A - the star - Yahoo Canada - OttawaCitizen It was just really crazy, we hardly ever get earthquakes around here "The last big earthquake in the region was in October 1998 when an earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale rocked southern Ontario."
6/10/2010 6:43:07 PM I cant believe I live right next to this and I've never gone... Who wants to come to visit Canada ;-) Great Canadian Bungee (200ft drop) [tube]5EUsnAXWAJw[/tube] [tube]a5o_pKB5rTY[/tube] [tube]sz1nIzGd4d4[/tube] [tube]RXBGF7dZXok[/tube] BUNGEE JUMPING First Jump (Regular Price) $97.45 Additional Jumps (Same Day) $53.16 Group of 10 or More $70.87 ( 48hr advance reservation ) RIPRIDE The RIPRIDE® $31.01 (add on with any Bungee or raft trip) $22.15 PACKAGES Jump and Rip Ride $119.60 Jump, DVD and T-Shirt $132.89 Jump, Rip Ride, DVD, T-Shirt $155.04 (DVD is a 2 disc set with Adrenaline Overload Promo video and your personal jump video)
5/3/2010 9:21:01 AM If you could order a new body part online, what would you order... and how much would you be willing to pay for it... and why do you need it. I personally would get some new feet (because mine always hurt when I ride), and maybe an extra liver. I would be willing to trade in my old ones and maybe throw a couple dollars on top. This thread was created as a joke to all those who make really dumb threads for points.... and we know I'm just here for the points.
4/9/2010 11:04:09 AM ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* *************************************************** There Isn't a thread under this section that's really dedicated to expert member stuff... so this shall be that thread haha. I'm just gonna post a link to my holy grail <3 the google doc. It's open to the public so don't repost the link anywhere (there is no sign in required to view the file). Feel free to add info to it or notes. I use this OFTEN to copy / paste quick info to people or links... and I try to keep it updated with sales & items Mike.M suggests... If there are new experts added they will be able to get to the file from here and bookmark it if they like. If staff have any words directed to all the experts I guess they could post it in this thread.... or Questions experts have for staff about 'expert member' stuff. You could post FAQ you get a lot... or maybe something you don't know the answer to but would like to?
4/8/2010 9:38:40 AM UPDATE: Brian is officially coming to Tahoe - He says thank you to everyone and SS Cant wait!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Brian has made the more responsible decision for himself at this point in time, and is supposedly not attending Sierrapoalooza. It just wont be the same without Brians shenanigans and he is kind of a big deal, he has also been very generous and helped many of us over the season, lets help him  Brian will pay his flight, if we can get him transportation and cover his package (not the one in his pants - although I'm sure he wont object). I would use my PayPal but the Canadian conversion would just be dumb to deal with, so here is Will's PayPal if you would like to help: rzero_212@yahoo.com (send money as a personal - gift) If 10$ is all you can contribute that's totally a o k, I think there are enough of us who would like to see him there that we can pull this off. the goal is 250$ you wont regret spending your money on this haha. I gave a 25(USD not CND) lol Edit* so far Brian has to wear a Tutu or something stupid...
3/30/2010 8:10:53 AM HAPPY BIRTHDAY WISHES!!! going out to Joel and Donald 
3/18/2010 6:53:02 AM Because I know a lot of you are traveling :-) I just got an email I thought might be helpful to others as well. expedia airlines fee chart Kayak airlines fee chart Here's another site with fees (I believe its updated by someone though) Published March 31, 2010 U.S. Domestic Carrier Checked 1st bag Checked 2nd bag Preferred seat selection Other AirTran View policy  $15 $25 $6–$20 • Beverage/Snack $6 • Oversize/Overweight bag $39–$79 • Travel w/ pet $69 • Unaccompanied minor $39–$59 Alaska Airlines View policy  $15 $25 No fee • Beverage/Snack $5 • Oversize/Overweight bag $50–$75 • Travel w/ pet $100 • Unaccompanied minor $75 American Airlines View policy  $25 $35 No fee • Beverage/Snack $3–$6 • Oversize/Overweight bag $50–$150 • Travel w/ pet $100–$150 • Unaccompanied minor $100 Continental Airlines View policy  $25 $35 No fee • Oversize/Overweight bag $50–$150 • Travel w/ pet $125 • Unaccompanied minor $75–$100 Delta View policy  $25 $35 $5-$25 • Beverage/Snack $3–$8 • Oversize/Overweight bag $90–$175 • Travel w/ pet $150 • Unaccompanied minor $100 Frontier View policy  $20 $30 No fee • Beverage/Snack $3–$7 • Oversize/Overweight bag $75 • Unaccompanied minor $50 Hawaiian Airlines View policy  $15 $25 No fee • Oversize/Overweight bag $25–$100 • Travel w/ pet $60–$225 • Unaccompanied minor $35–$100 JetBlue Airways View policy  No fee $30 $10–$30 • Oversize/Overweight bag $50–$100 • Travel w/ pet $100 • Unaccompanied minor $75 Midwest Airlines View policy  $20 $30 No fee • Beverage/Snack $2–$7 • Oversize/Overweight bag $75 • Travel w/ pet $150 • Unaccompanied minor $50–$100 Sun Country Airlines View policy  $15 $25 No fee • Beverage/Snack $1–$5 • Oversize/Overweight bag $75 • Travel w/ pet $75 • Unaccompanied minor $75 United Airlines View policy  $25 $35 $14–$109 • Beverage/Snack $3–$9 • Oversize/Overweight bag $125–$175 • Travel w/ pet $175 • Unaccompanied minor $99–$150 US Airways View policy  $25 $35 $5–$30 • Beverage/Snack $2–$7 • Oversize/Overweight bag $100–$200 • Travel w/ pet $100 • Unaccompanied minor $100 Virgin America View policy  $25 $25 $15–$50 • Beverage/Snack $8 • Oversize/Overweight bag $50–$100 • Travel w/ pet $100 • Unaccompanied minor $75 Southwest "Southwest Airlines does not charge for your first or second checked bag" View policy  see sports equipment info (Ski and snowboard equipment may be checked at no charge (unless a charge is specified), and will count toward the two-piece free baggage allowance for each fare-paying passenger. Overweight and/or oversize charges may apply. When substituting ski equipment for a free bag, Southwest Airlines allows up to two bags to count as one item, even if they are packed and tagged separately.
2/16/2010 8:53:32 PM HAPPY BIRTHDAY MMMMARIO Xox
2/5/2010 4:44:12 PM Here's a couple of reviews from boards I've ridden this winter. Enjoy! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Height: 5' 3" Weight: 130 -135lbs Boots: Burton Sapphire, size 7.5 Stance: 22", 18/-18 Resorts: Winter Park Resort CO and home mountain in QC :-) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010 Sierra V-spot 138 the Sierra V-Spot is made by Burton and based off the Burton Social. Basically the women's version of the Sierra Stunt. At the Bruizzapalooza meet I decided last minute I wanted to check this board out... the only deck left was a 138 which is shorter than anything I had previously ridden. I figured this board would be a joke and too short to really enjoy. WRONG. It snowed way too much at steamboat to take it out, so I strapped in and did a little carpet boarding... Hello effortless tail blocks! I promptly asked Mike if I could keep this board ;-) thanks Mike for generously agreeing to give me this sick stick! I rode it all day at Keystone and kept up with the straight line boys surprisingly well, and I enjoyed the hell out of it!!! This board in a 138 is comparably soft to the 143 SMF (Capita Space Metal Fantasy) that I currently ride. Butter, pop, speed, nice edge to edge, centered, basically everything I like in a board. In the length I own this board in I wouldn't take it in anything deep, but on groomers and in the park this board is nothing but fun and awesome! It's def got a place in my quiver and I would highly recommend this to any lady looking for something fun, progressive, easy to ride, wanting to hit park and slay groomers on, from beginner to advanced rider. What a pleasant surprise :-) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011/2010 CAPiTA Space Metal Fantasy 143 the CAPiTA SMF is based on the mens horroscope. Continuously by far my favourite snowboard... it's one of the softest boards I've ever ridden, but also one of the most fun. For someone who used to ride a lot of stiffer snowboards and enjoys laying down deep trenches on groomed runs, this super noodle deck has never let me down. I can do everything I used to do as a rider, and more! This board gives nice short radius turns, and nice fat carves, it's good on jumps, box's and rails, and excels mainly in the park. I would highly recommend this as a park board for any lady looking to add to their quiver. Additionally, I would also highly recommend this to any beginner looking for something to get started on, its very forgiving and easy to ride. As an advanced rider, I enjoy this board EVERYWHERE! and on EVERYTHING! It's def my go to deck for guaranteed fun! Cant believe its not butter? this is nothing but. Press, pop, jib, progress, lay it down, giv'er! On the downside, this board is torsional soft as well making ollying straight somewhat more challenging, but its just something to get used to. also soft boards don't power through chop very well, so if you like to ride really fast and straight line... you might wanna look elsewhere. The 2011 deck rides identically to the 2010. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011 Ride OMG 144 (features HYBRID PRORIZE which is like a weird variation of C2 camber, POP RODS 1.0 which gives it the pop I love, CARBON ARRAY 3 which gives it the stiffness between the bindings that I love, Fusion 4000 Base which make this board fast... I love this from a-z) OMG I LOVE THIS BOARD! I am considering adding this to my quiver next year! POWER THROUGH ANYTHING! This lady's deck is a tank! this is the Goldilocks porridge of boards <3 It's stiff but not too stiff, it flexes juuuust right! amazingly quick edge to edge, quick short radius turns, amazingly fast base, great pop, slight press, powers through chop like nothing! I was grinning ear to ear raging on this board down steeps and rough terrain. Last to leave first to arrive - take that boys ;-)   Overall I really enjoyed this board and the unique ride it provided. Bottom line, this board is FAST and FUN, leave the boys in your dust. an additional review from a fellow gal pal: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011 DC Biddy 143 (All mountain freestyle board, and it is exactly that :-) ) This board is similar to the SMF but a bit stiffer... so if you plan on riding less park and cruising more of the mountain this board might be a nice option. It has a great shape to it, nice easy edge to edge transition, mellow board, good pop, slight press, fun shred. I would def recommend this to someone looking to progress from intermediate to advanced rider, and anyone looking to add something light, fun and friendly to their quiver. To make the whole mountain your playground, this deck will take you there. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011 CAPiTA Midnight 150 (Women's version of the quiverkiller, directional & setback, extremely light)   Not the type of board I normally go for: directional & setback specific. However... I think this board would be a great women's powder board in the right length. It's super light, has a nice flex, and felt like it would be a great ride in deep snow. It was ok on groomers, problem wasn't so much the board but me, I have a hard time riding a setback directional board after riding centered park boards for so long now (I was riding centered on the sidecut at least). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2010 Burton Dom Grom 142 a youth unisex park board (rode at home mountain on a spring slush day!)   For a park board I find this a little stiff making it harder to olly or press, but I really enjoyed it for carving! I felt like this board had a more narrow waist width - it was much faster edge to edge... but im not sure if this is because it is more narrow or because its one of few traditional cambered boards I've ridden this winter. This board was really fun to ride and held up great through chop and bumps, really easy to lay down a carve, held great speed... and I pulled my first 3 on this board :-). I guess my only complaint is that its stiff considering its a park board. I'd say its a great all mountain board. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011 Roxy Ollie Pop 145 (features C2 & magnatraction)   Weak sauce. I didn't really like anything about this board and it was an 'ok' ride at best. I didn't notice the C2 camber at all and I don't think magnatraction is for me... I didn't really notice it helping more than a nice sharp edge does on ice, and on the flats it just felt like velcro holding me back. This board was decent at cruising and carving, but wasn't much 'fun' to ride, nor did it feel like much of a progression board. For an Ollie 'pop' this board was sorely lacking in pop.   bottom line, lots of bells and whistles that don't add up. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011 Burton Blender 148 (features Mid Spoon, Vrocker, a bunch of other bells and whistles that amount to 0 fun) I would like to rename this board 'the canoe'. There was nothing really outstanding about this board. it felt good underfoot as I strapped into it, but that never amounted to anything as I rode it. The hill had a lot of fresh snow on it, lots of natural bumps, some icy patches. The board never gave out, but the edge hold wasnt anything to write home about. I found the board had no snap, when I went to olly off a lip I would just pull a wheely. Pulling up the nose was easy but the board would just not snap to give a sweet olly. It feels like the board's flex is just not well designed. Riding this board seriously feels like you're feet are strapped into a canoe because of their technology they call 'Mid Spoon' to quote from Burtons site: {Mid Spoon brings the Scoop that we’ve grown to love on the tip and tail to the sweet spot between your bindings, lifting the edges so you can slide rails and spin in ways not previously possible}. It feels wide, floaty, stiff, I'd call it a boat of all boards. I wouldnt recommend this to a beginner, to anyone who wants a board specifically for park, or for an advanced all mountain rider. I think this board might appeal to someone who rides fresh snow often, but again this isnt designed as a powder board so it wont really excel at that either. In my opinion this 'spoon' is only good for serving up ice cream. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2011 Technine Glam Rocker 144 garbage   I initially asked if they had the T9 Women's Jib when I came over to the demo tent... but they didn't have that board with them so the rep set me up on this POS... When I brought the board back another rep asked me how I liked it, all i said was 'I hated it'... he then told me it was an entry level board and that I should have probably been riding something else. Great. I am trying to keep an open mind about technine but as far as I'm concerned their bindings are crap and their boards ride like a bag of bricks. This board barely turned, it was absolutely no fun to ride and felt like it had weird sidecuts and was squirrely as hell, it felt sluggish and sloppy and I wouldn't even recommend it to a beginner. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My Board picks #1's Capita SMF & Sierra V-spot (both mainly park specific, but good everywhere) #2's Ride OMG & DC Biddy (both more for cruising) #3's Capita Midnight (if I wanted a pow deck) Roxy Olly pop... meh didn't make my cut Burton Blender 'the canoe' only if you're going to the lake Technine Glam Rocker... total F.A.I.L in my opinion, not even beginner worthy... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DC Biddy w. Flux GU30's CAPiTA Midnight w. Union Trilogies Ride OMG w. Bandita Contrabands -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bindings GNU Girls B-Famous. (similar system to flow's rear entry) easy in easy out, nice ankle and toe straps but overall felt squirrely riding. Interesting system, would give it another try... 7/10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ride Bandita contraband. Surprisingly comfy... I was really skeptical about this systems but I was pretty happy with how they performed! They're light but not lighter than Union Trilogies, the contraband system is kinda neat and convenient with only one strap to do up/un do. It would be a quick system but I found the ratchets impossible to release. The toe band left noticable marks on my boots after 2 runs (because my boots are so soft). 8/10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ride Diva. Bindings weren't adjusted super well when I rode them, but they had good hold and felt similar to the contraband minus the destroying my boot, ratchets were still impossible to release... 8/10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Flux GU30. Awesome binding! very blinged out for chicks (super fun glitter on the straps haha) but had amazing boot hold, great toe cap, awesome straps, very responsive and well fitting... tiny ratchets though that hurt the hands haha. Prob gonna buy a pair of these next winter. 9/10 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Capita Trilogies. I always love riding these, they're super light and have great hold, they are really responsive and can take you everywhere on the mountain from the steeps to the park and everywhere in between. This is a softer binding that would be great for any progressive female rider (beginner or advanced). These are definitely one of my fav women's bindings and I'm giving them a 9/10. I wear a womens 7.5 boot and ride a M/L trilogy binding. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Burton Stilettos. Been a while since I rode Burton bindings. These held up super well! Solid binding, great ride, really comfy, very responsive, nice straps... however, I don't like that the straps are stiff and pre-molded. I would def recommend these to anyone who needs a Burton binding to team up with their board... or someone looking for a great all round binding.


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