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SkylineGTR_R32title says it all. I want to cork and have no knowledge on the matter. How big should I go when I attempt? 3,5,7? To carve or not to carve? Help would be greatly appreciated.
BLandzCork 3 is a bad one to do first. Either 5 or 7 depending on what ur comfortable with. Id give you tips but everybody has answered this question 1000 times. Don’t wanna be a dick but just searchbar it.
BibManLearn to carve 3, 5, 7 first
SkylineGTR_R32Done. With grabs.
SkylineGTR_R32Overwhelming consensus seems to be tramp first.
How similar is it going from tramp to skis?
BibManI suggest that you check this out, could give you some good tips
SkylineGTR_R32Thank you all. How do I set?
PhreeKandiI landed my first one saturday and what helped me was to no cork it really hard. At least for me, setting the cork hard made me get inverted. I recommend to just set the same as a 720 but slightly back and it'll put you on a nice corked but not flipped axis. I tried on a 20 foot jump cuz thats the biggest my mountain has to offer, but i think 30-35 would be better cuz you wouldn't have to whip it and you would actually have time to grab.
SkylineGTR_R32Helpful vid, thank you
Sk3islyfGo for a cork 5 first. If you don’t want to try it off a jump, go for a handrag cork 3 off a knuckle. The hand drag allows you to easily get into a cork rotation without too much risk. After you get used to it, send it off a medium kicker.