Depends. Of course higher bars makes it much much ... much easier. The other thing is the snow, you need deep soft snow to pratice with. If you haven't done much " carving " , trying to learn with only say two feet of snow is hard and it just isn't all that fun. It's nice to have three feet or so, then you can easily lean it over. Plus if your a light weight, this makes it harder also. A heavier rider can more easily manipulate the sled. You were turning the skiis in the opposite direction that you were wanting to go right ?WhiteHawk said:I basically couldn't turn without flipping over...was hanging off the inside and jerking the sled over...still couldn't git-r-done.
Do I need handle bar risers or just more practice?