Wiley, Dylan and Sammy session some cliffs
By | March 29th, 2010
Wiley, Dylan and Sammy scored a couple of bluebird days last week and got to hit some new features in Utah.
Hitting cliffs for the first time is always tricky. It's only after you ride away clean that you know you had the right speed and angle of trajectory.
**Sammy Carlson threads a flat spin through some trees while Dustin Handley films it from a branch.**
**Sammy Carlson spotting the landing on a 180.**
**Dylan Hood about to set down a clean switch 360. **
**Dylan Hood's zero spin was a little too far to the left and with too much speed. The landing wasn't pretty.**
**The boys have been using the Ripxx this year to document their speed and airtime.**
**Wiley Miller stomping a cork 720 off a new hit. We've walked past this thing dozens of times without ever noticing it.**
**Wiley Miller frame #7 of that last sequence shot.**
**Wiley Miller 180.**
**Wiley Miller unintentionally connecting a 360 to a rock. Getting the landing lined up right can be an experiment sometimes.**
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