Background - Been riding for 20 yrs+, trails or screw ups off trail when I would miss a corner and my age is over 55.
I bought a BC 850 Adrenaline mid last season so I could try off trail as I am close to the Maine border in NH.
I just put the adjustable from end on it this off season, no other aftermarket and I do not wish to change shocks, etc.
I know pretty much nothing other than following friends on Summits and RMKs...and I can get stuck going straight.
Now my question as I need help.
I have watched a number of videos to understand how to get my sled (me) to get my BC on edge and initiate/sustain/complete a turn and I cannot figure it out.
99% of this is most likely I'm intimidated to do it. On top of that when I try to step to one side while riding I cannot get the sled to tip and that's where I need pointers please.
I have figured out "you hesitate on the throttle and let your skis drop...you get stuck" but can't get past that or figure out how to get the sled to lay over.
Looking for rookie advice on how to start to learn.
I've ridden rice rocket motorcycles for years, competition slalom water skier, (both force one to have aggressive leans to corner hard and run Porsches at speed so I'm not mentally or physically inept but I can't figure this out. I'm as analytic as they come and constantly calculating brake points, throttle points, turn in points when riding or on a track driving so I can follow guidance if it is that style.
Edited by Yamdoo, 19 January 2021 - 03:07 PM.