theyre both about the same difficulty wise.......bio feels way better though, cork is fun an all, but on a bio you can just watch yourself going head first at the landing.....then floating it back around to ur feet....so fun
a bio is pretty much just a forward cork. i learned bio's first but must say that corks easier. It just depends which shoulder you feel most comfotable droppin, front shoulder is gonna throw you more bio, back shoulder will be more cork
I got a question, on the tramp (not good enough on skis) i can do corks but when I come out of them my head is always forward like I am doing a cork and shifting to bio. anyone know what im talking about.
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^ no clue. yea everyones got it. corks are easier to learn then bios. and yea your feet just kinda drop underneath you its cool cause its just natrual to get your feet underneath you. basically just try em and youll stick em eventually. took me 2 hours of falling before I stuck one.
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I've got another question tho. When your throwing switch tricks, do bio and cork reverse? like a switch cork would actually have your head downhill of you skis and a switch bio would have your head uphill of your skis. so basically a switch cork looks like a regular bio and visa versa, but do they change names?
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yah i feel you bro- you need to throw it harder / get more air so that your body comes round to landing on your feet...rather than your ass, if that makes sense. I know this sounds gay, but if you cant get it try it underwater until you can do the trick and land on your feet.