Riding Tips | Mountain Sledder Magazine
So you want to add some flavor into your riding? Well you don’t have to throw a crazy power move to turn average riding into something unique; style is often subtle and understated. The only rule for style is that it has to flow on its own, when something is forced it’s obvious and it doesn’t look natural. Here are a few tips to improve your jumping style.
We feel a little bad having a laugh at this guy’s expense, but hopefully he’s a good hearted bloke who can laugh at it now too. Watch for this kind of action to play out during trade show season in the autumn!
We’ve all been in situations where we are going downhill and need to turn and sidehill out, or turn back uphill to avoid hazards below. Mastering the ability to get out of trouble by quickly getting the sled on its side and powering out of a jam can turn a sticky situation into nothing more than a forgotten few moments in your day
Riding Tip: Re-Entry with Chris Brown Jump Selection Finding the right jump for a re-entry is key. Ideally you want to find a jump that has a smooth run-in and a transition to a steep face. The more vertical the face, the more height you will get and the more …
There are a few different ways to get unstuck. Different methods work under different circumstances. Maybe you’re stuck going uphill. Or in a creek bottom, or up against a tree. You might even get stuck on the flats on a super deep day!