When it comes to skiing and snowboarding, the areas of this country that are as flat as your fifth-grade girlfriend don't get much attention. But if you live in a ski town, chances are you know one or two people that migrated from an Omaha, Nebraska or Springfield, Illinois. In other words, just because you grow up in the plains, doesn't mean you're not fanatical about riding.

Myself, I grew up in central New York. Not entirely flat, but flat enough where we had to be inventive to get our fix. Especially when snowboarding was just rearing its head in the mid-80's - which were our formative years. And one thing rural folk do have a lot of is land and motorized vehicles. So instead of using gravity to get to the bottom of the hill, we used three-wheelers, four-wheelers, snowmobiles and anything else we could find with an engine to carve cornfields and huck ourselves off homemade jumps. In Bloobyrd's first original video I'll show you how it's done. Though now I'm doing it old and fat so it's probably not as cool as it was...

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