found this by the way:
it´s an interview with Marc Frank Montoya.
i think he has a good point. i mean the same goes for skiing. but i guess as long you´re having fun it doesn´t really matter what you do.
Do you think snowboarding on rails has gotten to be a bit like Rollerblading on rails?
I have a certain rule about rails: if you can’t snowboard to the rail yourself, then you shouldn’t be doing it. Don’t have somebody pulling you while you’re stuck in your bindings so you can jump on the rail–that’s stupid, that’s ridiculous. You might as well get some Soap Shoes and run yourself to the rail so you can slide down it. I don’t believe in bringing snow to the rail and having fools pull me into it. It’s cool to bring snowboarding to other levels; biting skateboarding is okay, but doing it that much is stupid.
Where do you see snowboarding going?
If it were up to me, it would go back to good big-mountain riding, big dope tricks, big powder jumps and cliffs, new-school tricks off of cliffs, jibbing trees in different ways. Hopefully it doesn’t go anymore in the direction of people going to the city when it snows. Snowboarding has got to be its own dope sport.
what´s so funny about peace, love and understanding?