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Park session or backcountry kicker?
park session or backcountry kicker you decide
BC booter, especially if you want to learn new things
backcountry kicker, is way more chill, but does involve a bunch more hiking.
assuming its a good one, definiteley backcountry
Yeah it has to be built well and has to have a nice landing. ^^ As for hiking, its a nice way to get some exercise though. Besides when your in the park yoyu can hike a whole run too.
BC, but i do like a good session on a private park jump. especially in the spring.
park, way easier to lap which = more hits
backcountry booters are fun.... but... its a bitch to build and you can hit it maybe 5-7 times without eing too exhausted to hike and hit it again.
Park is easy to lap
bc if its a powder day and park if not
in fact its way easier to start learn new things in soft cotton landing that forgives your backflip to head crash than to break all of your members on a concrete landing and powder is much more sick. so BACKCOUNTRY is the shit, just remember in Idea the backcountruy session in oregon how much you surely wanted to be there to hit that booter
^ yes... but if your hurt in the BC its a lot tougher to get help
Not really a whole lot better than a good day in the BC with some buddies and a nice jump and a nice landing. Not even a question to me.
if both are perfect conditions, BC
it depends though
probably park. I hate hiking back up...
1, more fun coming up with tricks on kicker
2. the bc has a better enviroment
3. backcountry.com has cheap stuff
park=a ton more hits
bc=very few hits
So any bets on how much BackCountry.com paid for EVERY time someone types "backcounty" to be hyperlinked to their website?
park session on the east coastt we dont have any backountry
seconded...im 22 and i have past injuries, plus i have a lot of jumps i want to learn, but learning them on hardpack in the park is almost out of the question...gotta start in the BC
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