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Snowflex is a great place for all levels of skiing and snowboarding. It provides and safe and fun environment that is extremely affordable.General Manager, Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, Lynchburg, VA
The repeat business has been unbelievable, tasters develop to plough II, plough II's develop to plough III and they develop up to basic swings and even parallels, on a nursery slope!
We are very happy with our Snowflex summer tubing hill. It is attracting visitors from across the country!Center Director
Snow Mountain Ranch, YMCA of the Rockies
The key to the future of snowboarding is Snowflex. I mean you just wouldn’t dream of doing some of the things they are doing without Snowflex.Photographer and Snowsports writer
A final note to all would be developers, build a slope like this and people will visit - it's really that simple
Snowflex has changed the future of the ski, and snowboard industry forever.General Manager, Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, Lynchburg, VA
for the first time we have a safe, clean surface that people will come back to time and time again.Director of Coaching for the English Ski Council
I can see it's better just looking out of my window because people are learning quicker.former Managing Director of Sheffield Ski Village
If Snowflex® had been available 12 years ago, I would have not bothered with snow. This is fantastic.
"Thank you Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre for the good times today. Can't wait to come back!!!"American professional snowboarder, Olympian, Winter X Games and U.S. Grand Prix Champion.
That's the brilliant thing about it, there is so much scope to give people different experiences.Founder & Ex-Chairman Kendal Ski Club
Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre Skiers and Snowboarders SWEEP LATEST 2016 USCSA Event
Liberty University's FLAMES men's and women's ski & snowboard teams slammed the competition this past weekend at the Southeast Regional United States Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association (USCSA) Rail Jams at Beech Mountain (N.C.) Resort's terrain park.
Men's Snowboarding - 1st place on both days!
Men's Skiing – Jonathan Wong took 1st place on both days!
Women's Snowboarding - Brandy Fronte takes 1st both days!
Women's Skiing - Freshman Rebecca Lawrence took 1st place on both days!
THE SECRET..........OFF SEASON TRAINING & RIDING -
Months of non-snow training and riding at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, the only dryland resort of its kind in North America featuring the high performance SNOWFLEX Surface System, gave the Flames and Lady Flames skiers and snowboarders the edge on their competition in the real snow.
2016 USCSA COMPETITIONS CONTINUE- The Flames will travel to Big Boulder (Pa.) for the TransWorld Trans-Am competition on Jan. 16 and to Boone, N.C., for a Rail Jam and Boardercross at Appalachian Mountain on Jan. 30. On Feb. 6-8, Liberty will compete at Massanutten Mountain Resort for Slopestyle, Boardercross and Skier cross events scheduled for Feb. 6-8 before competing in the USCSA Regional competition Feb. 11-13 at the National Winter Activity Center (formerly Hidden Valley) in New Jersey.
The United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association is the sports federation for collegiate team ski racing and snowboarding in America.
In excess of 178 colleges from coast to coast, field some 4,700 men and women, alpine, cross country and snowboarding athletes in over 200 race events annually. Competition takes place across three progressive tiers. Conference qualifiers determine the participants at the six USCSA Regional Championships. The Regionals are the last step on the road to the annual USCSA National Championships, the showcase event in college ski and snowboard competition.
For further information, visit https://www.facebook.com/Liberty-University-Ski-Snowboard-Team-263444377157587/ and http://www.liberty.edu/snowflex/
For further information about Snowflex, visit http://snowflex.com
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