Start off in mountainboarding isn’t difficult. If you´ve done any kind of board sport then you should pick up mountainboarding pretty quickly. If on the other hand you never even stepped on a skateboard before, don´t worry as mountainboarding is one of the easiest board sports to learn.
One of the most important skills you need to learn is how best to stop. Even if you use brakes, learning to stop by eaither by turning or sliding your board is still vital. After all one day your brakes might not work when you least expect it. As your skills progress you find you will be able to do stand up powerslides
Steering is the only means of control you have on a mountainboard, so it´s important to get it right. Not only does knowing how to steer properly mean you can go where you want to, it´s also a way of controlling your speed through linking turns or carving. With which leads to you riding your ‘own’ line down any hill.
NoSno softs are great bindings. They work well straight out the box but with a little tweaking they can be made a lot more comfortable and responsive. Stance My bindings are set up with a 6 degree duck foot stance. This means my feet are angled the same amount. This is because I find it easy to ride in switch