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    Thumbs up Ski and Snowboard simulators

    Hi guys? How are you
    I have beed riding for more than 7 Years
    I saw recently Proleski.com WEB
    Have You seen this simulators?
    Maybe someone tried on of this?


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    I've seen these used at ski shows for years. Not something I've ever tried or care to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abubob View Post
    I've seen these used at ski shows for years. Not something I've ever tried or care to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    george is selling...
    Well ... I'm not buying.
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    If George can figure out how to build a bump simulator, I might have to check out his website.

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Coin-Operate...item280881e984

    Played one of these in a Bar years ago , had a blast but have'nt seen one since.

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    I wish I could sell such or make bump simulator!
    The only I know is that thare is simulator which goes up and down and also the edges can go up and down
    We had such one in our city but the Mall closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post
    I wish I could sell such or make bump simulator!
    The only I know is that thare is simulator which goes up and down and also the edges can go up and down
    We had such one in our city but the Mall closed
    Adding some rollers might be technologically feasible, maybe.

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    Which rollers do You mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post
    Which rollers do You mean?
    Couldn't find any pics. Basically just consecutive rows of waves cutting across the trail. You sometimes see them at glacier mogul camps. They use them to teach basic absorption and extension techniques without the added complexity of having to turn. I can imagine a simulator where the surface forms a wave that starts at the bottom and works it way up to the top before flattening out for the return trip (kind of like stairs in an escalator).

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