How To Ride Bumpy Terrain & Moguls On A Snowboard

Most snowboarders don’t look for or enjoy riding bumpy terrain, however often when your trying to get somewhere, you come across some pretty variable stuff or a mogul field that you may be forced to ride through.

There’s no point in side slipping through it, learn the tactics from this video as being able to ride bumps will make huge improvements to your free-riding so that when you hit a bump you weren’t expecting, you’ll be able to absorb it and shred on like nothing happened.

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  1. How to Snowboard moguls.
    Step 1: Take off snowboard, and snowboard boots.
    Step 2: Throw said items into the trash.
    Step 3: Get skis, and ski boots
    Step 4: Profit. Congratulations, you'll actually be able to go down a mogul run and shred bumpy trees.

  2. as a snowboard instructor my self, I have to say these videos are incredibly accurate. Many of the techniques shown are what I actually teach to more advanced riders. the independence of both feet will take your riding to the next level. Save yourself the expensive snowboard lessons and watch these videos before going to shred

  3. damn mane i live in germany and after 12am/1pm mostly of the slopes are shitty like this one. its horrible for the leg muscles when u are exhausted and still have to ride a valley decent like this after a day of boarding.

  4. This is a great tutorial but that is a lot of powder (on the video) as compared to the ice moguls on Apex (aka. Scrapex). Great steep mountain that forces you to learn to ride any conditions.


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