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A new cure for thigh burn? The lazy man's perfect ski day?
Don't be surprised if a bike whizzes by while you're skiing at Winter Park, Colo., this season
Marker, which accounts for roughly half of the binding business in the U.S., confidently elected to show SKI only three of its more than 70 products.
Heavy snowfalls and high winds forced the organizers of the world championships to call off this weekend's showcase downhill races.
So, you've demoed shaped skis but don't "get" the difference. Maybe it's because you're trying to ski them like you would conventional skis. No worries: All you need to do is make some adjustments to your technique.
You will never be a complete skier until you can "do" bumps. Moguls show up everywhere, and to fully experience a mountain, you have to venture off groomed runs onto challenging terrain.
The second law to conquer the powder.
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