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Almost 30 minutes of hard and softboot carving ..............really gives you time to look for specifics and similarities like stance, splay, angles, body and hand movement, etc.   A lot of the same riders and all seem to have a similar style.   Quiet lower body, hands mostly infront at hip level.   The better?/more aggressive  riders employing more body compression.

Wow...what I'd give for just One Wide Open Run Like These Guys are on!!

 

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There is also 50+ mins edit of the same group 😅. I really like it as shows just how a like soft boot and hard boot riders can be at the end of the day were all here for the love of the carve
 

 

Edited by scottishsurfer

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17 hours ago, barryj said:

Wow...what I'd give for just One Wide Open Run Like These Guys are on!!

 

June Mountain has several with no one there.

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softbootsurfer.........how old's that edit?   He got old school tight knees ...and makes it look good!

Buell - you been to June  this season?  I heard not much open.

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1 hour ago, barryj said:

softbootsurfer.........how old's that edit?   He got old school tight knees ...and makes it look good!

Buell - you been to June  this season?  I heard not much open.

Yes, it has been good. J4 and J7 have been fully open. Haven't been since last week though, it could be getting worse. High temps are probably taking their toll, but at least the early February sun is weak. Spring conditions now, waiting on snow. I know you are too.

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1 hour ago, buster said:

I rode a few runs with Buell last week at June.  Never felt so relaxed while riding with no one breathing down your neck.

That was a fun day! Hope you had fun on Friday too! I was beat.

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12 hours ago, barryj said:

softbootsurfer.........how old's that edit?   He got old school tight knees ...and makes it look good!

Buell - you been to June  this season?  I heard not much open.

Barry, the Pure Carve crew has always used this style or one close to it...contrary to popular belief, they prefer a narrower stance from which to pivot...and people need to ride they way they like...he is not running gates nor have I ever seen any of them running gates...I have seen a lot of Carvers here through the years, there have been many good riders passing through, no one better than the Milkman though for relaxed power...IMHO

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Hey Softbooter.  no offense meant,  in fact I'd say I'm more that "Pure Carve" style!   It just doesn't get much positive coverage around here........

Isn't there a Pure Carve session somewhere ?????

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6 hours ago, barryj said:

Hey Softbooter.  no offense meant,  in fact I'd say I'm more that "Pure Carve" style!   It just doesn't get much positive coverage around here........

Isn't there a Pure Carve session somewhere ?????

Barry, no offense taken...It has been Cancelled for lack of Snow...

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13 hours ago, softbootsurfer said:

Barry, the Pure Carve crew has always used this style or one close to it...contrary to popular belief, they prefer a narrower stance from which to pivot...and people need to ride they way they like...he is not running gates nor have I ever seen any of them running gates...I have seen a lot of Carvers here through the years, there have been many good riders passing through, no one better than the Milkman though for relaxed power...IMHO

I love Ahumada and crew's videos. 

As for the stance, everyone should ride what feels and works the best for them... Just... I don't quite have enough space on the Maverick... 

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