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Testin its strength with some BIG air! :D

Hey! 3 inches for a 300lb er, riding a 29er can be a bit scary! :eek:

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props to you! nothing comes easy when you're a bit heavier. i know i had a hard time snowboarding when i was heavier.
 

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props to you! nothing comes easy when you're a bit heavier. i know i had a hard time snowboarding when i was heavier.
I did as well. Standing up from my ass wasn't an easy task.

I've don't some 3 foot drop offs on my carve while 325lbs. Go fast and it is easier.

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I did as well. Standing up from my ass wasn't an easy task.

I've don't some 3 foot drop offs on my carve while 325lbs. Go fast and it is easier.

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Yep. I know what you mean. I spend a lot of time on my seat. U may not see it but I am standing there. I have been workin on my standing more. I always stand when I jump or drop, but I have been workin on pumping the trail more when I get the chance. My legs are getting stronger and I have lost about 35lbs, so I get up more now.
 
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