but it means spinning off rail in opposite direction to which you spun on. and for the purists, both spins should be minimum 270
Heloo, my name is Shane Mckonkey. I was born in Vancouver Canada, thats aboot three hours north of, ah, seattle.
Right now were here in Bella Coola Canada, and ah, weve been shut in by the weather for like three weeks eh. We havn't shot fuck all. Ooh, Soory.
We've just been sittng around, eating pasta, and spending loonies and toonies on Kokanee and peelers.
But, as soon as this weather clears, im gunna pull on my toque, eat some canadian bacon, and ah, im keen to giver.
but it means spinning off rail in opposite direction to which you spun on! heres a pic that shows it ok! see one ski tip is up and another is down. so you can stop or mometiom in the direction you got on so you can throw a 270 off in the other direction! dose this help?
Park skiing allows skiers to enjoy skiing without good snow and terrain. It is better to be a park skier then to not a skier at all. Most of these kids would be shredding powder if they could be. ~nomensteven