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all this talk about rails...
Lately i've read and sent messages bout lots of things that had to do with rails, mainly i asked for some tips. Well today i went to the ski hill and went straight for the park, i attempted their rail over and over, i had countless crashes, got nutted once, and landed hip to rail once but by the end of the day, i had it down. I was so happy, i could ride off the rails switch or normal and all of the other people at my hill were really impressed. It was a pretty wicked day, plus it only cost me 10 bucks to ski all day cause it's spring skiing now. Thanks for all your help newschoolers.
if i lived near a decent hill, there might just be a chance that i would be decent......nah! Dag Yo
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thats phat...good job
--To Be A Jibber You've Got To Be So Fresh, To Have Style And Finesse Way Above The Rest--
thats so true about rails...you always fall like 2 or 3 times till u get it
'Im a snowboarder trapped in a skiers body' - Me, after my friend said my spins were smoove like a snowboarders.
I was so stoked when I learned to grease rails. Its such a different aspect of park skiing.
'Computer games don't affect kids; I mean if Pac-Man affected us as kids, we'd all be running around in darkened rooms, munching magic pills and listening to repetitive electronic music.' -Kristian Wilson, Nintendo, Inc, 1989
Awesome man...that's so rewarding....hiking a rail all day and then finally greasing it...
**University of Notre Dame Class of 2006**
--Study Hard, Ski Harder--
my first time greasing a rail, i just did it. i couldnt do it at all, then i just did it. it was cool. up at whistler there was this little rail and i coulndt do it, thne i did it, and now i can do much more complex ones, its tight.
glad we could help ontarian. and good job sticking with it even after you fell.
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