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Learning park tricks in the BC
One of my goals is to learn cork spins. I'd rather learn on softer snow, but thats looking impossible since I don't know anybody thats into the same shit I'm into just learning tricks in the BC. For those of you that learned cork spins did you learn them in the park or what??
Learned on the tramp and tried in the park...
I actually learned them in the BC. I tried I few in the park and scared myself and didn't commit then in the BC I committed and got it. But just try it for a soft day. First hit don't go super cork, just keep gradually getting there
I live in New Jersey, if you have acces to pow jumps then do it in the bc
"Time flies when your skiing with the Quailman." - D.K.
best place to learn, esp if the snow is soft
Denver got a load of snow...
So we jibbed it.
Any more brain busters?
"What else are you going to do on a Saturday? Sit in your fucking armchair wanking off to pop idols, then trying to avoid your wifes gaze as you try to come to terms with you sexless marriage, then go and spend your wages on kebabs, fruit machines and brasses. Fuck that for a laugh. I know what i'd rather do. Tottenham away. LOVE IT"
Danny Dyer, Football Factory
trampoline first, then powder booter
next: cliffs and natural features
For those who know, there is no explanation necessary. For those who don't, there is no explantion possible.
tramp then park jumps.
if i learn to do tricks on a park jump im more likely to land on my feet because it will hurt if i dont so i wont give up in the middle of my trick. plus pow jumps are way sketchier too.
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