Looks sick. Good to see some more rail options than we have in previous courses. I'm not necessarily looking for more scored rail hits, but just having a few options at each part of the course is pretty cool.
That banked C-box looks wild too, I wanna see more of that
No, no, no. NS is just like one big inbred family from Kentucky arguing over who gets to wrangle pigs the next day.
but looks like a hard course, although it looks good on camera, it'll be hard to do "standard" contest winning rail tricks, and we might see some easier than usual tricks on the last rail features especially.
It does look a little a flat; however, I think Gus landed backseat which is why it looked like he landed so hard. I don't think it will be very problematic. However, the rightmost of the second rail feature looks so gnarly. That's like 15 feet to almost flat. I doubt many people will want to hit that. Also, the landing for the wall ride looks a tad flat as well.
"I know you don't care so I'm telling you." - Unknown
This is the third and last stop on the dew "tour". The first was in Ocean City, Maryland (Beach Championships) on August 16-19. I was there, it was sick. The second was in San Francisco, CA (City Championships) on October 18-21. The third and final stop is in Breckenridge Dec 13-16 (Mountain Championships). Each stop on the tour features different action sports events and Breck is the only one with skiing/snowboarding.
The course looks sweet, i'm glad they could push 4 jumps together. On that Gus video i couldn't stop staring at his gap in the beginning. That annoy anyone else?
comp winner is gonna throw swap/pretzels on the flat down, future spin and/or flip off second rail, 3 variations of dubs off the jumps (including but not limited to dub 12, switch dub 10 and a rightside dub), front swap 450 out on the propane tank.