Tuesday, 28 September 2010
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Lee Sklar Blue. Sweet!! [img:26gxvxfe]http://inlinethumb52.webshots.com/44595/2623670920055446999S425x425Q85.jpg[/img:26gxvxfe] [img:26gxvxfe]http://inlinethumb51.webshots.com/47794/2673139320055446999S425x425Q85.jpg[/img:26gxvxfe] [i:26gxvxfe][b:26gxvxfe]THANK YOU SHELDON!!!![/b:26gxvxfe][/i:26gxvxfe] [img:26gxvxfe]http://inlinethumb26.webshots.com/19481/2814558100055446999S425x425Q85.jpg[/img:26gxvxfe]
11 years ago
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So when are you coming up to Saskatoon so the lot of us Dingwall riders up here can carve some asphalt with you? Nice boards. Which one is more flexible? The blue one?
11 years ago
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Is the hole on one end so the dog can pull you around? :wink:
11 years ago
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[quote="TheGrandEnigma":3o5qa2iv]So when are you coming up to Saskatoon so the lot of us Dingwall riders up here can carve some asphalt with you? Nice boards. Which one is more flexible? The blue one?[/quote:3o5qa2iv] Just now got back from skating. Yeah. Blue one is more flexie and actually seems to go faster. I wouldn't count on a visit too soon. Though I'd like to come visit, there are those pesky details like money for air fare, hotels, and meals.
11 years ago
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[quote="NaH":u43fbcw0]Is the hole on one end so the dog can pull you around? :wink:[/quote:u43fbcw0] :idea:
11 years ago
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Anybody tried kiting with one of these boards? They look like a total kick for carving around a big parking lot with a 2 or 3 meter kite!
11 years ago
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NaH, the hole is in the back, and while I won't speak for Paul, I have a hard enough time going forward nevermind trying that. :? :lol: Singlemalt, my friend has a training kite that I want to try sometime, but I might borrow Sheldon's crazy pads before I try that! I think trying stuff like that is what gets people hurt (or at least people like me :P ).
11 years ago
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[quote="TheGrandEnigma":26xw3h01]NaH, the hole is in the back, and while I won't speak for Paul, I have a hard enough time going forward nevermind trying that. :? :lol: Singlemalt, my friend has a training kite that I want to try sometime, but I might borrow Sheldon's crazy pads before I try that! I think trying stuff like that is what gets people hurt (or at least people like me :P ).[/quote:26xw3h01] I see you're gonna get rid of your Carvedart. I thought you got it just a little while ago?
11 years ago
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yeah, i did, but I don't use it. I haven't decided if I'm actually going to sell it yet. We'll see.
10 years ago
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[quote="TheGrandEnigma":84kjg1kd]yeah, i did, but I don't use it. I haven't decided if I'm actually going to sell it yet. We'll see.[/quote:84kjg1kd] I gie ya tree fiddy?
10 years ago
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Lol, sorry Paul, but I chose to keep it actually. Haven't seen you here for a long while, how are those longboards treating you? Haven't tried the traction kite yet, but the snow is quickly melting - I might try it this summer. . . 8)
9 years ago
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a tip on kiting with longboards in general: be careful! i've tried it for the first time in gusty winds and for the first few minutes it was quite fun, but then a gust hit the kite and i picked up more speed than comfortable so fast i couldn't react. i was on a 4m traction kite and luckily had loads of space around me so i could let go of the kite and ride it out. afterwards i only used less powerful kites <2m².
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