Ever wonder how riding in deep powder is different than your normal groomed runs? I learned first hand, here are some things you should try to avoid. Complete with gifs.
Learn one of several techniques on how to stand up on a wakesurf board. Tried in the past and failed? This specific technique has been taught to many newbies who have never tried a board sport and succeeded.
This year I purchased my first ever road bike, a Raleigh Capri 1.0. Never have I ever owned such a nice bike so it came with a steep learning curve. Check it out for some insight and what I think of my Raleigh.
I'm going to let you in on a little not so secret. Boarding, whether it be wake or snow, isn't just about your time riding and practicing. Wait, what!? Did I just put you into shock? Yes, I know I've said in the past snowboarding is a great leg and core workout (also arms and shoulders if you're... Continue Reading →
I may look like I have it all together, but behind that togetherness is many attempts and fails. Let me show you how I use my failures as a positive to continue to progress.
Now, back to my story from the last post... Headed out to Powder Ridge in Kimbal MN with some of my high school girlfriends. Small hill, 12 runs. The perfect place for beginners here in the frozen tundra. I just bought my own board, I've only gone a handful of times. Trying to keep up with... Continue Reading →