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THESE TRICK TIPS ARE FROM PROFFESIONALS AND SHOULD ONLY BE ATTEMPTED WITH PROPER SUPERVISION, EQUIPMENT AND SKILL LEVEL. WHERE A HELMET AND RIDE SAFE.

 

 with SEAN DOLAN

(SNOWBOARD)

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SPONSORS:

Technine-Nomis-Deviate-The Business Ltd.-Love Inc-Komunity.com

FROM:

Burlington, Ont.

RIDES:

Big White



 
 

 

DOUBLE SHIFTY- FRONTSIDE 540


1. Coming up to  the jump knees bent, A little flat based, toes up-heal side edge down..

2. Get a solid heel edge into the snow, just before you leave the lip and twist your upper body and shoulders slightly, as you would take off for a normal frontside 540 rotation.

3. Immedietly off lip. kick back leg forward (infront of you) and rotate your hips for your first shifty-during your first 180.

4. Soon as that first shifty is boned out as much as you want bring that leg back and in same motion flick your front leg across for your second shifty. Dont forget to us those hips. By this time you should be deep into your 360.

5. Start bringing your front leg back into normal stance. At this time if planned right your 5 should be coming around and you can spot your landing real nice.

6. Set that landing gear down and stomp it!


This is a trick is all about timing. Think about when and where in your spin are you gonna feel confortable throwing these shiftys and be careful, this trick can send you on you behind in a hurry on that final 180, so plan those shiftys right, have fun with this rad trick and ride safe!

 

 

 

 with DAVE CRAWFORD

(SKI)

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SPONSORS:

Fresh Air Experience

FROM:

Winnipeg, Mb.

RIDES:

Big White



 
 

 

LINCON LOOP


1. To start off, ski at moderate speed and approach the lip of the jump...

2. Know which direction you want to turn. As you reach the lip, initiate the sideways roll by moving your head and shoulders towards the direction of the turn.

3. Make the sideways roll as you get airborne(cartwheel motion). Keep your Skis parallel to each other.

4. Spot your landing as you complete the rotation.

5. Stomp the landing and ride away.

Its all about commitment when throwing the "lincon loop". If your not comfortable inverted yet, go try it at your local gymnastics club or public swimming pool. This is a super fun feeling trick but it's always better to be safe than sorry. Catch ya in the TELUS Park, DC.