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closedtoe 09-04-2007 10:59 AM

I will be riding contests next year and want to know if I should ride beginner or intermediate. I can go wake to wake toeside and heelside, 180 toeside, grabs, and will probably be doing hs 180s and possibly hs or ts 360s by then.

swoop 09-04-2007 11:03 AM


closedtoe 09-04-2007 11:05 AM

if no 360s what would I be in? I may do a comp soon if there is any?

bigpapaf1f 09-04-2007 12:41 PM

180's and grabs, you will still ride in intermediate. Most guys in that class are just doing 180, if you can try to grab all your 180's. Sometimes you will see a 3 or a BR at the end of a run. Good luck!

closedtoe 09-04-2007 12:46 PM


entrustclothing 09-04-2007 1:09 PM

the last contest i rode in novice was 1 spin or invert and intermediate was 3 spins or inverts, the people in novice were way better i think they were all sand bagging <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0>

bmartin 09-04-2007 1:37 PM

Wow, novice allowed an invert?? That will get you bumped up in most events. <BR> <BR>It really depends on the tourney and most will post best tricks allowed or max spins / inverts for each division and generally to get on the podium you will need to be near the max. The intermediate class will often have the most riders. Unless you are gunning for a top spot in outlaw, don't sweat the competition too much. Tourneys are about meeting other riders and having fun.

ronnyboy27 09-04-2007 2:19 PM

Check the trick list before deciding!

goatroper222000 09-04-2007 4:50 PM

where can i find a trick list? i was wondering the same thing..

drewsnautique94 09-04-2007 4:53 PM

heres one........<a href="http://www.intleague.com" target="_blank">www.intleague.com</a>

truebeachbum 09-04-2007 4:59 PM


goatroper222000 09-04-2007 5:11 PM


mobius67 09-08-2007 6:47 PM

Entrust, what comp was that at? Ive actually never seen an invert thrown at any novice competition.

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