Snowboarding Trick : Eurocarve


Snowboading Trick : Eurocarve
with Eric Themel

How To Snowboading Eurocarve, Originated by the hard-booters of the eighties and perfected by French racer/freerider Serge Vitelli (also known as a V-turn), this is the ultimate show-off move to do on a freshly groomed piste. The Eurocarve is basically a toeside carving turn pushed to the limit. It’s fun to learn, simple to do, and all about style mixed with a big spoonful of irony. American’s don’t seem to understand why they are so funny, hence the name...

Snowboarding Trick : Eurocarve Snowboarding Trick : Eurocarve

Snowboarding Trick - Eurocarve Tip :
Your initial speed combined with a nice tight carve is what gives you the G force to carry off this move. Wear a fluoro 1-piece outfit for extra style points.  Snowboarding Trick : EurocarveSnowboading Trick : Eurocarve

  • Get up early, that’s when you get the best corduroy (groomed piste)
  • Find a smooth, even slope, not too steep. Preferably leading into a wide, flat area.
  • Do a few smooth carving turns to get into the flow
  • When you see the flat section, straightline it to pick up as much speed as you can handle.
  • Keeping your body and legs as straight as possible, lean into a smooth toeside carve.
  • With your shoulders facing forwards, extend your trailing arm out ahead of you.
  • Keep leaning until your body is almost flat against the snow, your hand stretched out and skimming the piste.
  • As you slow down, suck your knees up into your body and use your remaining speed to get back upright and complete the turn.



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Anonymous
December 2, 2014 at 1:46 AM

Nice, but this has hardly anything to do with a proper laid-out carve:
1: You can lay out a backside as well, this is not just a frontside trick.
2. Doing it with speed is the way to fail painfully, especially for beginners. The smarter way is to go slower, but on a steeper run.
3. Dragging your fingers in the snow is not what makes the eurocarve. Dragging your hip is.

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