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  1. #3851
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    EC needs a longboard day.

    I miss skinny longboards
    That west coast party looks like fun.
    I’m in anytime. Sugarloaf is a good East Coast hill for longboards.
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  2. #3852
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    I’m in anytime. Sugarloaf is a good East Coast hill for longboards.
    Fuck yeah bub


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  3. #3853
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Fuck yeah bub
    Probably 16 years old in 1986 trying to hang on to Fischer 218’s with Marker Rotomats off Kangaroo after surviving the Headwall on Gauge. Repurposed Bell Moto 2 motorcycle helmet, too poor for bent DH poles, bamboo and snow fence with haybales for “protection”, and running deep in the field with bib 40-something. Scared shitless but trying to summon the courage of the crazy Canucks in the banana suit and not look like a pussy for scrubbing speed whenever possible. Coach said “Pay attention and don’t fuck around. Good luck.” Quite the pep talk. Felt like the fucking Hahnenkamm at the time. Crystal clear adrenaline straight to the cortex. I remember it like it was yesterday.

  4. #3854
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    If any of you northern mags come across a true longboard, please buy it.

    Over 207 is a unicorn. But I would love a pair
    Even a 207 would be fun. I need one in the quiver. EC has so many hard pack days. No fun in the bumps, but fun on the groom zoom or in the spring slush.
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  5. #3855
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    If any of you northern mags come across a true longboard, please buy it.

    Over 207 is a unicorn. But I would love a pair
    Even a 207 would be fun. I need one in the quiver. EC has so many hard pack days. No fun in the bumps, but fun on the groom zoom or in the spring slush.
    Lionel at Happy Tunes in Carrabassett has several DH boards. Most under $150 with bindings. I know for certain he has 218cm Salomons and 218cm Fischer’s that I have been eyeing.

  6. #3856
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    currently snowing...

  7. #3857
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    Hahaha


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  8. #3858
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    For Singlecross....
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    Winners always get roses.

  9. #3859
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    East Coast Roll Call #??? 20-21 Covid closures and hard core touring! Be Fit or Sit

    While you all were enjoying winters return, i got lucky Saturday with a break from the spring rain. Took a walk up tremblan. Sun even peaked out a bit.

    Relatively low snow coverage for this time of year, but still decent and worth a hike. Got a few fun laps in. Spring snow was real nice.

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  10. #3860
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    If any of you northern mags come across a true longboard, please buy it.

    Over 207 is a unicorn. But I would love a pair
    Even a 207 would be fun. I need one in the quiver. EC has so many hard pack days. No fun in the bumps, but fun on the groom zoom or in the spring slush.
    PM sent - l have what you are looking for....unmounted K2 Race GS 205
    why make ten turns when you only need to make NONE!

  11. #3861
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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyGroomer View Post
    For Singlecross....
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    Winners always get roses.
    Nice! Sunsets are the best with a good rose tint!

  12. #3862
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    pretty full lot for a random monday.....


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  13. #3863
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    ^wow, quite the hanging on of the weekend crowds!


    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    If any of you northern mags come across a true longboard, please buy it.

    Over 207 is a unicorn. But I would love a pair
    Even a 207 would be fun. I need one in the quiver. EC has so many hard pack days. No fun in the bumps, but fun on the groom zoom or in the spring slush.
    not quite as long but i still have the 200 snow rangers you sold me a decade+ ago. skiied upper liftline on closing day at stowe on them. so light they *were* fun in the bumps. been meaning to bring em back out for years - and given the longboard talk, it's time. just have to deal with the extra 10cm of ski on my armrest for the drive.

  14. #3864
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    Probably 16 years old in 1986 trying to hang on to Fischer 218’s with Marker Rotomats off Kangaroo after surviving the Headwall on Gauge. Repurposed Bell Moto 2 motorcycle helmet, too poor for bent DH poles, bamboo and snow fence with haybales for “protection”, and running deep in the field with bib 40-something. Scared shitless but trying to summon the courage of the crazy Canucks in the banana suit and not look like a pussy for scrubbing speed whenever possible. Coach said “Pay attention and don’t fuck around. Good luck.” Quite the pep talk. Felt like the fucking Hahnenkamm at the time. Crystal clear adrenaline straight to the cortex. I remember it like it was yesterday.
    218s - badass!

  15. #3865
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    Quote Originally Posted by elevens View Post
    PM sent - l have what you are looking for....unmounted K2 Race GS 205
    Geez, they sound cool. If CS doesn’t want them, I might be interested. Irregardless, I’d love to see a pic and their story. And I’m in for EC longboard day when it goes down. My longest skis are only 195s though

  16. #3866
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckethead View Post
    ^wow, quite the hanging on of the weekend crowds!

    not quite as long but i still have the 200 snow rangers you sold me a decade+ ago. skiied upper liftline on closing day at stowe on them. so light they *were* fun in the bumps. been meaning to bring em back out for years - and given the longboard talk, it's time. just have to deal with the extra 10cm of ski on my armrest for the drive.
    Heh. History.

    I’m not sure that snow ranger was ever longer than 200.
    RC4 207cm was what I had prior. Or k2 tnc comp. Or atomic bionic arc. All long and narrow and stiff.
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  17. #3867
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    I’m in anytime. Sugarloaf is a good East Coast hill for longboards.
    Awesome photo SC! The trailside punji sticks are a nice touch.

  18. #3868
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    I've got these 207 Assaults in the basement. Been looking for an excuse to dust them off. Think anyone would torque test the bindings for me?

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  19. #3869
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    Heh. History.

    I’m not sure that snow ranger was ever longer than 200.
    RC4 207cm was what I had prior. Or k2 tnc comp. Or atomic bionic arc. All long and narrow and stiff.
    Dude, I rode a pair of my old boards two years ago. I loved them 25 years ago, but they suck today. Like really suck. They look better on the wall than on your feet.

  20. #3870
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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post
    I've got these 207 Assaults in the basement. Been looking for an excuse to dust them off. Think anyone would torque test the bindings for me?

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    Nice! Most of my old boards blew up because I was Rossi geek. The Atomics blew up but stayed together. Skis sure were weak back then.

    Pile headed to the dumpster after the pickers pick thru for chair builds. Have a few others that I'm still saving for some reason.

  21. #3871
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    Quote Originally Posted by powbmps View Post
    I've got these 207 Assaults in the basement. Been looking for an excuse to dust them off. Think anyone would torque test the bindings for me?

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    Not doubt in my mind those test clean. I'd put them on any new ski today and ski em hard. Well loved gen.

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    Big to-do list today including removing the snow tires and getting a car wash. I encourage you all to do the same!

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    Saturday looks like a great day for Killington. Before I buy a ticket off their website, does anyone have a line on a discount? (never hurts to ask, right?)

  24. #3874
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    Probably 16 years old in 1986 trying to hang on to Fischer 218’s with Marker Rotomats off Kangaroo after surviving the Headwall on Gauge. Repurposed Bell Moto 2 motorcycle helmet, too poor for bent DH poles, bamboo and snow fence with haybales for “protection”, and running deep in the field with bib 40-something. Scared shitless but trying to summon the courage of the crazy Canucks in the banana suit and not look like a pussy for scrubbing speed whenever possible. Coach said “Pay attention and don’t fuck around. Good luck.” Quite the pep talk. Felt like the fucking Hahnenkamm at the time. Crystal clear adrenaline straight to the cortex. I remember it like it was yesterday.
    "Pay attention and don't fuck around. Good luck." is definitely sig worthy.

    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

  25. #3875
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    I’m in anytime. Sugarloaf is a good East Coast hill for longboards.
    Wishing you a dreamy day after getting your shit back together

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