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Thread: June Mountain - February 18/19

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    June Mountain - February 18/19

    The video from the last time we went up.



    Opinions are greatly appreciated.
    Cuttin' cord, chips, and asphalt.

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    Cool vid! I liked the high speed stuff (especially when it was in synch with the music!!). What were you guys doing, 80mph?
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    looking good. Solid riding, especially Julian 5:00-5:43! smooth and stylish
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    Quote Originally Posted by slopestar View Post
    Solid riding, especially Julian 5:00-5:43! smooth and stylish
    It's funny that you say that; I was semi-dicking around during that part. I was messing with my perception; I wouldn't cant my head in the turn so my perspective was parallel with the nose of my board. A really trippy way to ride; I was disoriented many times from that.
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    Nice riding guys. It's been an extremely slow season for me - only 8 days so far this season. i definitely won't be breaking 15 this season, and I won't be making any cool trips beyond Summit... I'm jealous, but, snowboarding has taken a back seat to a number of other more important things, and some new stuff that i'm finding more enjoyable - albeit, more expensive... hahaha
    Go out and ride. Everyone just STFU and riiide!!!

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    Loved the from behind (not that kind) view with the camera on the stick. It gave a wicked perspective of the carves. Nicely done. What kind of camera did you use?
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