Joined: Wed Oct 06, 2004 10:57 pm Posts: 4956 Location: California
Right on cowboy! As steeleman said, none of this would be possible without your involvement with the splitboard. Thanks man!
Welcome mmcpheet and PJ!
Special thanks mmcpheet for the use of your awesome photos.
Thanks for joining, we are stoked to have you. I used to have difficulty finding other splitboarders too but its getting easier and easier as our sport grows. I know you'll find some soon too. Please feel free to join us in our English forum and don't hesitate to communicate with other splitboarders in your native tongue in our International Forum here http://www.splitboard.com/phpbb2/viewforum.php?f=12 .
ducktherope and buzz,
Thanks a ton and welcome! I'll be coming to Utah (and hopefully the PNW) this year so we'll make sure to bring a demo split for you.
YO dude! Like soooo totally stoked 'bout your new forum. Can't wait to post some righteous TR's as soon an Ironman and I recover from being buried in an avy for 5 days while ripping it up down in the Antarctic.
Joined: Sat Nov 13, 2004 11:31 am Posts: 218 Location: ak
I thought I'd been reading less of you, BCR, on other sites, so this is where you've been. Impressive work, Chris & Steele(& any one else:-)) it was worth the wait! I'm glad to see you had the skills and patience to create this site as a full-on, first-class, ready-to-rip split boarder's paradise. Splitboard 101 is outstanding & a real resource for new splitters. Now i can quit badgering the good folks at Coul to do this& that for splitters. Thanks!