NZ World Cup Course Overview

I was able to snap a few pics of the course the last couple days to give everyone a look! The course consists of 3 rail feature set ups, and 3 jumps. The first rail feature is very unique in the way it starts. Instead of being a slope straight into the rail, it starts with a carving turn into the rail, which is a little bit of a curveball for us riders!. You can’t see it in the photo unfortunately but you can see the set up itself! Check it out!

 Feature 1

Feature 1

 Feature 1 (Skier Angle)

Feature 1 (Skier Angle)

The next feature is pretty straightforward and easier to figure out than the first one! All the rails together make it look a bit more confusing, but all of the rails are very trickable and well built, check it out.

 Feature 2 - Lots of options

Feature 2 - Lots of options

 Feature 2

Feature 2

Feature 3 is my favorite one out of the rail section, and I think you will see why….

 Feature 3 - Get to hit a rail over an Audi! Now you see why it’s my favorite! :D

Feature 3 - Get to hit a rail over an Audi! Now you see why it’s my favorite! :D

 Feature 3

Feature 3

And here are the 3 jumps that follow!

I am getting real stoked for the contest and training has been going great! Check out one shot I got from the first jump the other day!

Also in the description, I describe this trick as ‘right-side’ which means that it is my unnatural way of spinning. So If you were to stand on the floor and pick a way to spin your body (left or right), whichever way you want to spin would be your natural and easier way, and the other way would be your unnatural. So for me my natural way of spinning is left and unnatural is right.

Noah