Quote Originally Posted by ragdolling View Post
This is a great thread - lots of good stuff. It was good to see frankshred's comment a few comments above, because that's always really helped me, leaning a bit on the inside rail. Not sure if this is technically the best way to do it, and no one ever told or taught me this - I just one day started trying to replicate the feel of snowboarding, when you're in a half pipe or a steep section of hill and you need to lean and keep that uphill edge.

I'd be curious to hear from others about whether this is considered a good way to go about it.

i usually do that with a steep backside drop-in, not so much frontside