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  1. #1
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    Check out these clowns


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    lol what the fuck

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    Just ride it on down like you paid to do it. Sketchy.
    If we're gonna wear uniforms, we should all wear somethin' different!

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    oh fuck ya bud. No beacon, no problem!!

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    The laughing while his buddy gets swept into the trees tells me they donít have a freakin clue. So lucky his buddy didnít get broke in half on a tree or buried considering non of them had the tools.

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    ...hilarity ensued
    Donít give up until.

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    Holy shit. And I saw a GoPro logo at the end, so, sponsorship? Jezuz.

    To add to the freakish nature of all that, mine began with a commercial for snow bikes.

    Let's do some livin'
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    Anyone can stick that GoPro logo on their video. Standard in the software.


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    Wow. Amazed more of these donít end tragically. The amount of stupid is at an all time high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Holy shit. And I saw a GoPro logo at the end, so, sponsorship? Jezuz.

    To add to the freakish nature of all that, mine began with a commercial for snow bikes.
    Quik isn't sponsored. It is an app. Those guys can't ski or board for shit. Clowns.

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    Idiocracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    The laughing while his buddy gets swept into the trees tells me they don’t have a freakin clue. So lucky his buddy didn’t get broke in half on a tree or buried considering non of them had the tools.
    Everyone is criticizing these guys but no one knows the reality. They were both born in Austria and skiing and snowboarding is in their blood. From birth they have lived on snow and were taught by their parents from a young age how to navigate in the mountains. Part of this training for Austrian children and a rite of passage is to ride out a slide so it is likely both of them had done this before or might even do it regularly. This is why he was laughing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by core2 View Post
    Everyone is criticizing these guys but no one knows the reality. They were both born in Austria and skiing and snowboarding is in their blood. From birth they have lived on snow and were taught by their parents from a young age how to navigate in the mountains. Part of this training for Austrian children and a rite of passage is to ride out a slide so it is likely both of them had done this before or might even do it regularly. This is why he was laughing.
    The reality is a buddy is being swept into the trees in an avalanche. You don't have to be Austrian and "have it in your blood" to know that they are totally ignorant of the perils involved. Are you Austrian and thus defensive? Guy coulda died...easy. You don't have to "even do it regularly" to live a short life. You from Arizona or something?
    Time spent skiing cannot be deducted from one's life.

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    You been trollered
    PE, Mechanical Engineering
    University of Bridger Bowl Alumnus
    Alpental Creeper

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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post
    The reality is a buddy is being swept into the trees in an avalanche. You don't have to be Austrian and "have it in your blood" to know that they are totally ignorant of the perils involved. Are you Austrian and thus defensive? Guy coulda died...easy. You don't have to "even do it regularly" to live a short life. You from Arizona or something?
    Two of the ski areas in Arizona were created in the 1940s by great Austrian pioneer skiers who recognized the excellent terrain and snow our mountains have to offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    You been trollered
    Oh.
    Thanks.
    Guess I'm glad.
    Arizona is ok after all?
    Time spent skiing cannot be deducted from one's life.

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    I lolíd

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    Corey hooked one. Bravo.

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    because his name is mario

    https://youtu.be/zicTcPmocc8?t=28

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    There's two hills in Arizona?

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    Guy is lucky he did not get stuffed down a tree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by core2 View Post
    Two of the ski areas in Arizona were created in the 1940s by great Austrian pioneer skiers who recognized the excellent terrain and snow our mountains have to offer.
    ^Misinformation.

    Ole Solberg: Born in Skein, Norway in 1892, Solberg followed his brother Pete to Flagstaff in 1914 to work in the Riordan lumber company. He is credited with introducing skiing to Flagstaff in the winter of 1914-15.

    2.) Ed Groesbeck: From Steamboat, Colo., Groesbeck came to Flagstaff in 1935 and was a forester assigned as Timber Staff Officer in Flagstaff. He served as a Forest Service Snow Ranger from 1935 to 45 and boasted in his autobiography that he was the father of Arizona Snowbowl, which opened in 1938.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    There's two hills in Arizona?
    We actually have four ski hills in AZ, three with lifts. Check out my TR below. Few people on this board have the nuts to ski the Lemmon.

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...-Ski-Valley-AZ

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    It's called Lemmon for a reason.

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    Looks like it's pretty nuts to bike down old Mt. Lemmon


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