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Welcome to the LTF CD topics section. This is somewhat of a forum for topics covered on the LTF CD's. Feel free to view the comments and tips that are posted here. We welcome your input, tips, and questions. Everyone can view the information that is posted. If you want to post, you must be logged in.

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Thread Notes
Ollies & Switch Ollies
2
Basic ollies, moving ollies, switch ollies, etc.
Ground Spins - 180s & 360s
2
Basic ground spins and how they are used in everyday riding.
Manuals & Presses
1
Manuals, nose manuals, and crooked presses.
Nose Rolls & Tail Rolls (Tip Rolls)
1
Tip rolls and set-up moves
Butter & Intermediate Flatland
1
Butters and other flatland moves.
50/50 Grinds
1
50/50 grinds on boxes, rails, and other features.
50/50 to Boardslide
1
Frontside and backside 50/50 to boardslide on boxes and rails.
Backside Boardslide
1
Backside boardslide (facing downhill).
Frontside Boardslide
1
Frontside boardslides (facing uphill).
Switch Tricks on Rails
1
Switch rails tricks and options from a switch approach.
Presses & Nose/Tail Slides
1
Nose presses, tail presses, noseslides, and tailslides.
Spin Tricks on Rails
1
Rotation tricks (180s and 270s) on and off of rails.
Snow Jibbing
1
Ways to play with snow walls and snowbanks. 50/50s, boardslides, lipslides, etc.
Taps & Bonks
1
Tail taps and nose bonks.
All-Mountain Jibbing & Fun
1
Options for playing on the mountain.
Smart Style
1
Smart Style campaign for park safety and awareness.
Park Etiquette
2
Increase your fun and be respectful at the same time.
Personal Safety
2
Protect yourself, others, and what to do in case of an accident.
General Style Points
1
Ideas to help your general riding and personal style.
Choosing Consequences
1
Looking beyond the trick itself and making good decisions.
Prerequisites
1
This page shows a matrix of basic skills you should have before attempting certain freestyle tricks and moves.
Lingo & Slang
1
Definitions, terms, and phrases used in freeriding.
How to Use this CD
2
Optimize your experience with the CD-ROM.
Taking a Lesson
1
Taking lessons, what to expect, and timing issues for lessons.
Crash & Burn
1
Dangers involved in freestyle snowboarding and skiing.
Other Products
3
Other LTF products.
Contact Us
1
Contact info for LTF and LTF products.
CD Credits
1
Making of, key players, and application credits.
Rider Profiles
2
This page has instructions about setting up a rider/skier profile online.
Special Thanks
2
Special mention of key businesses, resorts, and persons.
CD Skin Chooser Page
1
Starting point for LTF CD-ROM's.
CD - Classic Skin
2
Special notes about the Classic Skin.
CD - Retro Skin
2
Special notes about the Retro Skin or diner scene.
CD - Punk Skin
4
Special notes about the Punk Skin or alley scene.
LTF Website Feedback
0
Let us know - good, bad, ugly, friendly, unfriendly, cool, lame, hip, groovin', etc.
General LTF CD Info
2
Hints, tips, general info, known issues, updates, etc.
General LTF Wish List
1
What would like as far as features, changes, content, or whatever?
CD-ROM vs DVD Technology
1
Pros and cons for the different technologies.


Other Helpful Tips:
The Classic Skin on the LTF CD-ROM's has a button to get printer friendly versions of all of the text, tips, instruction, suggestions, etc. You can print this out and take it up on the hill with you.

The Classic Skin (on the CD) has a help section that lists a number of hidden buttons in the Retro and Punk Skins. The Classic help can be found by clicking on "Eddie" or the help button on the bottom of the screen in the CD.

If you are a mac user, visit our update page for more info.

Also, the online glossary has tons of different freeride terms and definitions to help you talk the talk and walk the walk.
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