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BunnySloper Name BunnySloper
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Gender: Male
Age: 10
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Years Riding: 2
Average Days/Year: 35
Skill Level: getting comfortable
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: powder, backcountry
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Height/Weight: 5'8, 165 lbs
Board Size: 155
Boot Size: 9
Clothing Size: M
Jacket Size: M
Pants Size: M
Thermal Size: M
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Region: California
Location: So-Cal
Resort: Mountain High
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2/22/2013 5:03:35 PM I typically ride with a group of friends that like to bomb groom runs and hit jumps here and there. I personally like to mess around with ground tricks like nose rolls and butters. I normally ride a Burton Hero and it's great for that purpose. However, on POW days, I find myself (the group as well with their mostly all-mountain/freestyle boards) struggling with the Hero. I have been looking for a POW board to add to my quiver for a very long time but had not found anything that can justify paying so much money for 1 board that I might only ride once or twice a season. So I came across the Salomon Powder Snake 156 for a fairly good price. The best thing about this board is that it's suppose to be great of groomers and very playful as well because it is a mid-flex tapered twin. Does anyone have experience with this board?  I currently own the following boards: 2012 Burton Hero 1552011 K2 WWW Rocker 1542010 Nitro Team 1552006 Winterstick ST 159 As you can see, I kinda have a quiver for most conditions except POW.
2/22/2013 10:34:20 AM Well, it's going to be dumping tonight and tomorrow at all of the mountains in Oregon. Since this is going to be my last weekend in Oregon, I want to check out Mt. Hood, as I have already checked out Mt. Bachelor and Willamette Pass.  Any one interested in meeting up and taking a few laps? I am an intermediate rider. I do not really ride park but comfortable with hitting small to medium jumps. I ride a Nitro Team (All-Mountain) so it won't be that great in the powder (I may try to demo a powder board though either a Salomon Powder Snake or a Capita Charlie Slasher).  If you are interested in meeting up, let me know.   
11/14/2012 5:34:45 PM I have been working on my switch riding and trying reach my goal of riding just as confidently switch as my regular riding. I do, however, feel that it is weird that I am more comfortable on the steeper parts of the mountain than the flat bunnies...Is this normal?  Do you guys notice the same when you ride switch or when you were learning?
10/29/2012 5:32:09 PM Just FYI, I just saw the GoPro HERO2 outdoor edition with the Wifi bacpac included for $199 at Costco. I will probably exchange the Contour Roam I bought last week for the GoPro HERO2.
10/23/2012 11:29:12 PM Hello all!  I have recently purchased a Contour Roam and is looking for a way to mount it onto a pole. I know Contour has a mount available that clamps onto a ski pole/hiking pole but it's $40 for the mount and another $20 for a calapsable hiking pole.  I found the Xshot 2 Camera Extender on REI and just wondering if anyone had experience with it.  I also have a GoPro Hero HD so I only have to buy the mount for $7 if I want to use the GoPro with the pole. The Contour looks so much better on a helmet so I can do a 2 angle perspective on my video.   
7/21/2012 2:59:42 PM Haven't been on here for awhile and it's that time of year again when I am really itching to hit the slopes again. I was doing a little browsing around for a playful powder board that is also good for groomers. I came across the 2012 Gnu Dirty Pillow BTX.  Riding Style: I only ride inbounds only and like to mess around with ground tricks i.e. butter, nose/tail rolls. Oscasionally I do hit small to medium size jump. Love to hit the POW but of course, I don't see myself hitting the backcountry anytime soon for lack of knowledge, gear and a partner(s) to ride with.  Anyone have experience with this board? In POW and other condition.  I bought a Burton Barracuda last season but end up never riding because I realized my Forum Shaka wouldn't fit and my Burton Cartels was at home in California. I do own 3 boards: Nitro Team 155K2 WWW 154Winterstick ST 159  but I ride the Nitro 90% of the time because it's the most versatile. So, I'm looking to replace it with another do it all that fends much better in POW and the Gnu Dirty Pillow seems to be a good candidate. The K2 WWW is fun, but it's more a park stick and lacks the stability that the Nitro Team has in bombing down the mountain. The Winterstick is awesome for bombing downing the mountain but it's super stiff so it's not playful at all.
11/28/2011 9:34:53 PM http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/11/snowboarder-dies.htmlThis is a tragic event, to say the least. The rider was wearing a helmet, and the fall is one of the most common type of fall for snowboarding, especially, for beginners.  My prayers goes out to her family.
11/6/2011 4:09:39 PM I'm going to be in the Yakima, WA this winter and was wondering if there's any frequent White Pass riders on this forum.   I planning to be hitting White Pass and Crystal Mountain. Just wondering if you guys have any advice on what to expect. Also, it seem as though access to Crystal Mountain from the East and South is closed in the winter, and the only way up is from Tacoma/Seattle, is this true?
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2/3/2011 11:55:59 AM If you have cash to burn and like to ride in style, this will go along very nicely with your Armani snowboard: (These are not mine) http://cgi.ebay.com/RARE-BURTON-Designer-Snowboard-Bindings-/260713885226?pt=Snowboarding&hash=item3cb3c22e2a   
1/28/2011 11:23:28 AM I'm thinking of picking up one of these board from Civicfover on this forum but I'm kinda torn between the 2 board because they are made for very similar purpose.  The price difference is like $20 so I'm not to concern about that. My purpose for the purchase: I am looking for a board that I can dick around the mountain learning ground tricks, butter, hit jumps here and there.   I'm more of a Freeride and I'm already purchasing at Winterstick ST this weekend to serve that purpose. However, most of my friends are into ground tricks and hitting jumps. Almost all of them are in love with their T1s so I'm very familiar with what it can do. So I want to pick something up to have a little fun too when I ride with them.   I'm currrently riding a Nitro Team which had helped me progress in my carving skills and I think I'm ready for something that is faster and less forgiving.   Which one would you go with if it was your choice?
1/26/2011 8:57:09 AM Apologize for the repost but the original post was posted in the wrong forum.     I've been wanting to get a powder/freeride board and came across what looks like a great deal for a  brand new 2006 Winterstick All Mountain, less than $200. I am fairly new to the sport and have never really heard of this brand or their quality. All I know is that it's suppose to be a company that market to the backcountry riders.   Also, I'm 163lbs and 5'8". Would a 158 be too long for me or is that a good length for powder/freeride purpose.    Thank you for your input!
1/25/2011 6:47:04 PM I've been wanting to get a powder/freeride board and came across what looks like a great deal for a  brand new 2006 Winterstick All Mountain, less than $200. I am fairly new to the sport and have never really heard of this brand or their quality. All I know is that it's suppose to be a company that market to the backcountry riders.   Also, I'm 163lbs and 5'8". Would a 158 be too long for me or is that a good length for powder/freeride purpose.    Thank you for you input!
9/13/2010 9:10:00 AM I've used Hwy 50 to South Lake Tahoe the last time I was there. The route we took coming from SoCal/Los Angeles: NB 5 EB/NB 50   Would using NB 395 be a better route?   NB 5 NB 14 NB 395   On the Yahoo satellite map, it seems like there is more mountain driving and snow area. I have never used Hwy 395 so I am not sure what kind of road condition I'll be dealing with after Mammoth Lakes.   Anyone who have taken both route in peak winter can chime in provide some tips?
8/23/2010 10:00:23 AM Anyone heard of or have ridden this place? Not much infomation on their website besides $299 Season pass, Peak Club and new ownership.   http://www.skichinapeak.com/


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