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舊 2011-11-10, 06:14   #1
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How to ride a t-bar with snowboard

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舊 2011-11-12, 18:43   #2
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But his method looks like you need tight grip...

happen to me before on a mega long T bar ride in europe, I had big problems but my friend was ok. Only difference was he's regular and I'm goofy...

The attendant gave me these weird snowblades that fit snowboard boots and told me to carry board...
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舊 2012-04-11, 17:29   #3
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Couple more videos on how to do it:

http://www.ehow.com/video_4459050_do...wboarding.html

http://video.mpora.com/watch/wcwIiPMO9/
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舊 2012-04-12, 16:29   #4
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The video demo is a bit misleading:
1. Most resorts will NOT allow snowboarders to strip on both legs to ride the T-bar so U hv to learn seriously on riding T-bar or else U will get stuck in some area with no return method , quite frustrating if U or one of yr partners fail to ride up and the other waiting at the top;
2. MOST snowboarders will put the T-bar between their legs rather than leaning on it at the back.

personally, I think it is quite difficult esp U are wz yr partner not knowing whom will fail to ride in some strategic run without going back ( and cannot walk up because of the terrain)so I tend to read the piste map carefully and avoid such T-bar runs. I had a quite frastrating experience riding up the T-bar at the back of the 7th Heaven area at Blackcombe mountain. Will definitely need more practise on some easy slopes to ease my fear. For me, it is more "fearful" facing a long T-bar than a super black run..
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舊 2012-04-15, 19:29   #5
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I was talking to an experienced snowboarder the other day, he told me the following:

The accepted normal way for a snowboarder to use a drag lift is for the 'T' of the bar to be slid between the legs.
Its not quite that bad as long as you understand the forces involved . . . and the first force is your own . . . DON'T FIGHT THE TOW!

Keep relaxed and on your front leg, let your back leg just float around with the board, you are not going to fall off unless you pull back against the bar or cable to put your weight into your rear foot and then you will become debris for others on the lift to avoid.

It is important to relax, sag down and let the lift do the work through your leading leg to take you up the hill.

If you do fall . . . GET OUT OF THE WAY . . . roll sideways out of the path of others. No-one is going to think badly of you falling off a lift is something we all go through.

So the trick for riding a drag lift is to be relaxed, keep your weight forward, your head up and not lean away from the pull. On more tricky sections you may need to use very small toe/heel movements to keep on the track.

Getting off a drag is fairly straightforward, don't try to release the tow before you're over the last lip. You usually don't have a lot of time, just sag down to give clearance to the button or bar and whip it out and away from yourself. Don't worry about where it's headed, your first consideration is your own safety, your second is to clear the disembarkation area. Weight forward, back foot on your stomp pad, look to see where you want to go and slide to your target using the skills you practised down on the bunny slope.
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舊 2012-04-27, 15:33   #6
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again it is easy on theory but much more difficult in practice, esp the "ground" in some of the drag lift piste is quite "rough" and even with obstacles in those European resorts. Of course U do not hv to deal wz such issues if U are still sticking to Japanese or Korean resorts. Even Whistler do not hv much to worry except when U go to the back bowl of the 7th Heaven area. I nearly got stuck there at such T-bar last time as there was no other way to return unless U took the T-bar successfully. It is indeed quite a pressure if U are not 100% proficient in riding T-bar.
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