SNOWBOARDER Video Magazine Episode 3.Read More
In this minisode of Wee Breck Bastards Emilia Vanni shows every aspiring park rat how to hit the biggest kicker in Breck for the first time.Read More
Scott Stevens... the master of the more creative tricks in snowboarding is keeping things straight forward in this latest trick tip from I Ride Park City, or should we say straight backwards? In this edit Stevens breaks down how to master the backfilp. Pay attention, this is a good one to know.Read More
Always wanted to learn how to do those stylish air-to-fakies in the halfpipe?Read More
This week's Burton Academy at Northstar Trick Tip Video is... The Tail Block! One of the most fun, playful tricks in the book, and one you can drop all over both the Park and Mountain. Get out there, and Block It Up! To Watch More Burton Academy at Northstar Trick Tips, Click Here: www.Vimeo.com/Channels/289373Read More
For the latest trick tip from I Ride Park City the bubbly Ms. Erin Comstock teaches you how to master the backside 360, an essential step in your trick progression. See what Erin has to say in order to make your life a little easier when trying a backside 360 for the first time. Stay tuned next Thursday for the newest trick tip coming to you out of Park City, Utah.Read More
You asked, and Northstar listened - The Handplant, it is! There are few tricks that look as cool as the Handplant, and even fewer that are as easy to learn. ...Happy Handplanting! To Learn More Burton Academy at Northstar Trick Tips, Click Here:Read More
The Burton Academy at Northstar Trick Tip #3: The Frontside Lipslide
A Staff favorite, and one of the best sideways-sliding tricks to learn after you've built up your confidence in sliding straight (50/50). The reason this is a "Frontside" trick is because the rider approaches the box/rail on their toes, with the feature to the front of their body. It's called a "Lipslide" because the rider pops and rotates the tail of their board over the box/rail first. After clearing their tail over the feature, the rider will then land sideways and across the box, sliding forward, with their toe edge leading them toward the end of the box.
The Basic Points to Remember:
1) Set up on your toes, with weight forward
2) Move the body toward the box
3) Initiate the spin with your shoulders, and pop towards the box
4) Rotate the tail over the feature
5) Land sideways, flat-based, with toes pointing towards the landing.
6) Ride away clean, and go have fun with The Frontside Lipslide!
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The Burton Academy at Northstar breaks down all aspects of snowboarding into simple, easy-to-accomplish steps that enable each of our riders to achieve their goals. Our goal is to help you learn to shred and fall in love with the culture of snowboarding. We believe that snowboarding will change your life, and we hope you come give us a chance to help you learn to shred!
This week's trick tip from I Ride Park City is a one-footed frenzy with Bode Merrill. Listen as Bode breaks down the basics of perfecting a one-footer off a jump. Just make sure you don't Scorp when you land... that would be embarrassing now wouldn't it. Check back next Thursday for the latest trick tip coming to you from Park City.Read More
We are bringing you a new series from "I Ride Park City" featuring some of your favorite pros giving you the "how-tos" on some tricks that you have been wanting to get under your belt. For the second trick tip of the series, power house Dan Brisse walks you through how to do a Front Board through a kink in the Park City terrain park. Stay tuned every Thursday for a new trick tip from "I Ride Park City".Read More