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Laconic tuning - and the mystery of preparing skis for carving AND going in the park

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Well this guy always is interesting. I love his style.

He knows A LOT.

All a combination of craft knowledge and technical specs. I have never known quite what to do with skis which are used on boxes as well as needing to keep an edge. This really helps. And I love the way his knowledge spans the generations. I get this in the pump track and on the hill when mountain biking. I’m over 60 but my huge knowledge of bikes means that I have great exchanges with youngsters who want to know more about bike building, performance and technique. Very Confucian. But here, there is excellent, clear, and well argued but radical approaches to prepping skis for boxes and rails.
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