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Old 01-10-2007   #1
 
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I smell a new sport a brew'n...

It's been around for a while, but people are really starting to get after it with the snowyaking bit. Usually folks are in playboats... How's bout SNOW CREEK'N!!!

There are some pretty sick drops in here.

http://www.awetstate.com/Video%5CRegionX1.html

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I can feel those back discs compressing already.
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Wow that looks freaking scary. How fast do you think they are going?

crazy,

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That piton at the end is awesome.

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I've been saying it for years: take a playboat and put some metal edges on it, you got yourself a snow grinding machine. the only problem is eating it and ending up upsidedown in deep powder...... can you roll in snow?
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Hobie,
Couldn't you take a Kingpin Icon and attach the surfing fins to kayak powder?

How many PBR's do you recommend chugging before trying this?
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i was waiting for some ends to be thrown.....
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Aaron - I'm sitting here with Shawn. He wants to know when the last time you were in a kayak was, in moving water.

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Hey guys,

Damon (the maker of the snow kayak film) put the video on youtube for me and it is now much better quality, plus he edited in some more shots as well. Why mess with a good thing? To make it even better, thats why...

video: http://www.awetstate.com/Video%5CRegionX3.html

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build a jump and u can throw blunts and donkey flips and stuff. but on a smooth surface (not pow) you can throw a helix.

o and monarch has a downhill boatercross in the spring. check it out in their gallery on their website
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