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Getting better at rails [SOLVED]
i had big trouble locking down my swups at rails all season. every time i did front switchup i would fall down before rail ended. then last week some guy at my local hill told me that Will Wesson and other pros use same method that is used in freestyle rollerblades. you just take angle grinder and make small cut under your inner edge!
been riding my "bladeskis" for a week now
here are some pictures of my prototypes:
This is the stupidest idea since heartcarve
Trollin hard on dem boyz. Shout out to Kevin for destroying those shitty skis.
No thanks, I actually like to carve with my park skis.
great advice, and for cork spins its best to remove the base of the ski for proper equilibrium
For ultimate speed, where a jetpack or 7
don't forget to rocker em to stomp out those flat landings makes it's own transition
Op you are overthinking this.. All it takes is practice. I would recommend practicing rails unnatural so when u go for the switch up you will be comfortable on your unnatural side. Also get that front edge and lock into the rail.
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