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Yes, the rules HAVE changed on the Flowrider


Raptor2010

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So if they don't let you do anything but carving and 360's on stand-up, how do they regulate time? Advanced riders could carve and do 360's forever.

 

The thing that doesn't make sense is that all of the injuries seem to happen when you fall and get pushed up to the top on the hard surface. Doing tricks doesn't reduce that risk. :mad::mad::mad:

 

Sports staff said that the lawyers are working on a new waiver. Maybe that will allow those that can to do more tricks again.

 

As for time allowances, most people are pretty good about just riding for a reasonable amount of time and then letting others give it a try. :p

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Sports staff said that the lawyers are working on a new waiver. Maybe that will allow those that can to do more tricks again.

 

As for time allowances, most people are pretty good about just riding for a reasonable amount of time and then letting others give it a try. :p

 

When I was a kid growing up skiing all the time, way before snow boarding, you would get your lift ticket away for jumping or tucking. Now they make half pipes and snow parks where you can do anything.

 

Royal get your lawyers working on those new wavers for the flowrider.

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