Monday, September 12, 2005

New Mogul Skiing Book Now Available


Real mogul instruction for the expert-skiing masses


Want to ski like the mogul skiers? Then buy a copy of Everything the Instructors Never Told You About Mogul Skiing.

A first-of-its-kind book, Everything will give fit, expert skiers the ability to ski bumps with the smoothness, efficiency and control of a competitive mogul skier. Accomplished bump skiers and competitors will find the book a useful tune-up guide. And all downhill skiers should find it an original, interesting read.

While the instructing establishment has done much for our sport and industry, that establishment struggles to teach an effective mogul lesson. The problem is that the current instruction model is built almost exclusively on racing and racing-derived techniques, and doesn’t allow for the existence of any other body of techniques, such as the techniques used by skilled mogul skiers.

Everything reveals the special techniques that mogul competitors use to negotiate big bumps and deep troughs on steep slopes. It explains, among other things, how bump skiers maintain balance by using an exceptionally tall “home posture,” how they control speed by actively absorbing bumps and extending their legs into troughs, and how they use special line-choice methods to chart straight courses through difficult, irregular moguls.

The traditional ski school does not teach these techniques, yet they are the techniques that maximize smoothness, control and efficiency in the bumps. These techniques work well in big and small bumps, on steep and gently sloped trails, and at fast and slow speeds.

Buy a copy of Everything the Instructors Never Told You About Mogul Skiing, and start getting ready for the best bump-skiing season of your life.

Buy on line at www.LearnMoguls.com

Buy over the phone through the toll-free book order number: (888) 280-7715

Or you can order a copy through nearly any book retailer.

76 Comments:

Anonymous Hisashi said...

Hi Don.
I am Japanese mogul skier.
Unfortunately I am not competitor but I love mogul skiing and want to improve my skiing technique.
Some mogule skiing technique books have been published in Japan as you know but I hope your book will show us some different aspects of mogul skiing.
Thank you.

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Al Richard said...

Just added your book to my Amazon order. Want to learn to ski moguls. What in your opinion would be the best ski? I was looking at a Fischer Race SC 155cm. Currently skiing on Volant T3 170cm. My heightis 5'7" weight 170lbs. Looking for a short radius <10m and soft with good reflex. What would you recommend?
Thanks, Al Richard

12:49 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Hisashi,

Thanks for buying a copy of the book. Yes, I've been communicating with a Japanese mogul skier who tells me that the Japanese ski instructing establishment is as alpine-racing-centric and as unaware of real mogul technique, as is the American instructing establishment. I hope you find the book useful!

-Dan DiPiro

1:51 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

To Al Richard:

Thanks for buying a copy of the book, Al.

My book does include equipment recommendations, so you can read through them when your Amazon shipment arrives. I'm a big proponent of mogul skis; they're all I ski on. Because the bumps, as compared to groomed terrain, put very different demands on your skis, specialized bump skis work best. Of course, the problem is that mogul skis aren't very versatile; they're not the best skis to have outside of the bumps, especially on hard, eastern surfaces. I don't mind the trade-off, because even when the mountain is covered with boiler plate, I'm working on my mogul technique. It's all I do.

But most people like to do many different types of skiing, and if you're just taking up the bumps, you probably want to as well. I'd suggest one of two things: either buy two pairs of skis, one of them being a pair of mogul skis; or buy an all-mountain / all-terrain expert ski that's good in the moguls. If you choose the latter, I'd read through this year's buyers guides (Ski, Skiing, SkiPress / skipress.com) and read all about the newest all-mountain / all-terrain skis. Choose carefully as some of these skis are considerably better than others in the moguls.

If you decide to use two different pairs of skis this season, you can consider all the good bump skis out there: the Rossignol Scratch Mogul, the Dynastar Twister, the Fischer Lunar, the Head Mad Trix Mogul, the K2 CaBrawler, the Salomon Teneighty Mogul. I've been on the Rossignol Scratch Mogul for two seasons and I like it. It's somewhat more versatile than other, less shaped bump skis out there (I can make them arc a bit on the groomers). Although I've never skied on the Salomon 1080 Mogul, I've heard, from bump skiers, great things about this ski.

At 170 lbs (my weight, too), you might stay away from the Fischer Lunar... or at least try the ski before you buy it. I haven't skied on the new Lunars and they might be much improved, but the old Lunars (~'02/'03) were too soft and squirrely for me. My wife, at a much lighter weight than you and I, likes the Lunars a lot. Not enough ski for me, though.

Finally, remember that a more affordable way to keep two pairs of skis is to buy some old-model-but-unused bump skis on the Web (try ebay). You can get a pair of specialized bump skis on line for very small change. They'll probably be very straight (not versatile), but they'll be ideal in the bumps.

Have fun, Al!

-Dan DiPiro

1:52 PM  
Anonymous joegm said...

uh dan.. where have you been... right now i am in and out of shock reading this blog that was sent to me by my buddy john . u have no idea what a joy it is reading your insights into the wonderful world of bump skiing...my 2 buddies and i have a seasonal at loon and ski mid week...all 3 of us, in our 30's went to johns smart's camp this year at blackcomb....i think it's safe to say we will be skiing with you/hiring you. can you get me your email asap and i'll fill you in on our history....this could be a fun winter!!!!!!!i still can't believe it.. someone who actually knows what they are talking about
joegm1@verizon.net

11:15 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Joe:
Glad you like the blog. Yeah, bump skiing is a wonderful world, isn't it?

Where have I been? Well, you could say I've been embedded among the downhill-skiing masses and their instructors, at a very traditional racing-oriented ski area (Cannon). I've been listening to the way the masses talk about skiing, and learning to speak their language. I was also hidden away in my home office for some time, writing, rewriting, editing and producing the book... the book that's meant to explain our techniques to the masses and eliminate the mogul myths.

Looking forward to learning more about your Loon crew, and your Smart camp experience. I'll e-mail you.
-Dan

7:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At last, I feel vindicated!
My friends will take off their skis and hike for hours, even after paying $75 for a lift ticket!
I prefer to ride the lift, and ski down the bumps under it.

They think that I am strange...

Dan, I would love to hear more about what makes a good bump ski. I still prefer some of my old straight skis in the bumps; some work and some don't.
But now, everything is shaped - and my straight skis are bent or broken.
I find that many all-mountain skis are too slow going from edge to edge, and too stiff in the tail (or is it my technique?).
Conversations with sales reps in ski shops go like this:
rep:"This is a GREAT bump ski!"
me: "Hmm, it seems kind of stiff in the tail, more like a slalom ski..."
rep:"Exactly! that is what you want for skiing bumps, blah blah blah"
me: "Later..."

But Dan, exactly what does make for a good, modern bump ski?

(look forward to the book, but even more to the winter :-)

5:18 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

To the anonymous blogger:
What makes a good modern bump ski?
Modern bump skis seem to be evolving from season to season. For example, just a few seasons ago, many bump skis were nearly as "straight" (unshaped) as the old slalom skis of the '80s. Over the last few seasons, though, some bump skis have taken on more shape. Since writing my last comment about skis (above), I've learned that Rossignol's Scratch Mogul is redesigned for '05/'06 and it's even more shaped than it was last year. At 104-65-85, it's still not radically shaped, but it's pretty shaped for a bump ski.

Do bump skis have a stiff tail? Well, not too stiff, but not too mushy either.... And now we push the outer limits of my ski-construction knowledge.

You sound like you're pretty into mogul skiing, anonymous. If you can't find an all-terrain ski you like in bumps, why not buy a pair of new mogul skis? While some old straight skis are good in bumps, you'll like new mogul skis even better.

With their dramatic shape for '05/'06, the Rossi's will probably be pretty versatile, for a bump ski. I'd also add the Volkl Dragon Slayer to my previous list of mogul skis to consider (above comment). Forgot to mention the Volkls for some reason.

Thanks for buying my book. Have fun!
-Dan

9:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dan: I ski mostly moguls, but ski mostly in Maine, so I spend a lot of time on ice. My experience with specialized bump skis is that they don't have the edge hold I need. I can't afford to shell out several hundred bucks for new skis. Any suggestions on some skis from a few years ago that I can buy used that will be good on icy bumps?

Thanks.

4:59 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Anonymous,

Hmm... skis from a few years ago.... I had the Dynastar Assault mogul ski a few years ago and it was tremendous on ice. Don't know if you'll find any of those around now.

I'm wondering though. For years, I've skied Cannon Mt, home to some of the east's iciest, gnarliest bumps, and I like specialized bump skis.

Are you expecting more edge control than you should in icy bumps? Have you made that technical switch from groomed-trail technique (control comes primarily from the edge-heavy turn) to mogul technique (control comes from rotary-powered turns and absorption and extension)?

If you're not sure about this, you should check out my book.

-Dan

9:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Dan:

Well, I took your advice and bought some specialized bump skis: Dynastar Twisters. I could not find bump skis in any shop; it seems that you have to order them a year in advance - talk about a niche market!

I did find the Twisters on e-bay; they were last year's models, but who cares! They were cheap :-)

Now, here is the good part: They look like my old "straight" skis! I have skied on Dynastars many times in the last 30 years, and these look typical: skinny (faster edge-to-edge transitions), moderate amount of sidecut (for a "straight" ski; very little compared to newer "shaped" skis), and not too stiff in the tail. The only difference is that they are 185's whereas I am used to 202-205 in the old days.

I haven't skied them yet, but I am impressed that even the manufacturers feel that mogul skis should have those same characteristics.

I haven't seen the Dragonslayers or Cabrawlers yet, so I don't know if this is true for all manufacturers. As for the Rossi's, I expect that adding shape was the result of a desire to make their "mogul" skis a more all-round set of sticks; with perhaps a bit of a desire to conform with the current "fashion".

I'll report back when I have skied the Twisters (it'll be after Christmas) and give my impressions, if you are interested.

Think snow!
--MV

11:06 AM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Anonymous,

Thanks for your comment, and good luck with your new mogul skis. Let us know what you think of the Twisters.

-Dan

6:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a mogul skiier, but sadly not good with equipment. I ski on 15 yr old - 190 PRE MX2 - I was told these were good bumb skis and strong due to the kevlar construction. Was the PRE MX2 a good bump ski? How do I make sure I do not purchase a twin tip that is too mushy?

12:48 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Hello Anonymous,
If you're into park skiing as well as bumps, a twin tip could work well, but I wouldn't know which one to recommend. On the other hand, if you're mainly interested in moguls, why not buy a mogul ski? There were some PREs that were decent in the bumps, back in the day. But you would love new mogul skis in comparison to your old PREs. And, although mogul skis are considered straight (not shaped) by today's standards, some of them, like the Rossignol, for example, are quite shaped in comparison to your old PREs, which means that a new mogul ski like the Rossignol could be more of an all-mountain ski than your old PREs.
A true, new, all-mountain, shaped ski would be best for different types of skiing. But if you spend your time in the bumps and want the best tool for moguls, get some new bump skis.
My book has more info about skis and other equipment for the moguls.
Best of luck!
-Dan DiPiro

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Blogger moguluver said...

A quick question, I'm considering purchasing some new Rossi Scratch Mogul ski's. What length should I get? I would say I'm advanced skier, aspiring to become an awesome Mogul skier and I'm a guy, who is 140lbs and 5'8". Thanks by the way for this website and for the book, I just stumbled across this site and the book. I will definitely be purchasing it. I've wanted to get really great at the bumps for a long, long time, and I'm exciting to here what you have to say!

8:50 PM  
Anonymous new freestyle dad said...

Dan -
Great work you are doing here! I've ordered the book - can't wait to get it. My 14 yr old daughter is going to be competing in moguls this year, she is an expert skier, having substantial big mountain freeskiing and racing experience, but is new to freestyle. We aren't ready to pay the $$ for specialty mogul skis just yet, so what we are putting her on some barely used 150 and 160 cm circa 2001 Rossi "bandit juniors". The sidecut is suitable (92/60/80), but I can only guess that the flex is suitable, since they are a junior ski and she weighs 90 lbs. Do you think we are handicapping her much by not springing for new skis? What are younger mogul specialists choosing for skis at present?
Thanks!

3:49 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

New freestyle dad:

Thanks for writing and thanks for buying a copy of my book!

I coached a little guy on Bandit juniors last season: a ten-year-old in his first year of mogul training. And he became a mogul skier on those skis. So I don't think those skis will keep your daughter from discovering whether or not she likes bump skiing, and I think that's the point for a 14-year-old just starting out with bump training.

If she likes it, it might then be worth a second look into the wallet, because the Bandit / Bandit Junior isn't going to perform quite as well in bumps as will a specialized bump ski.

Many of the kids I coached last season were on twin tips: all-around park skis. By 14 or so, though, the more serious freestylers are moving to a specialized mogul ski for the bumps: a Rossignol Exhibition Mogul or Scratch Mogul, for example.

Hope this info helps! Best of luck to you and your daughter, and I hope you like my book!

-Dan

9:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Dan,

Just found your site and am going to order your book. Quick question... What mogul ski would you recomend for and diehard bump skier (not competetive)in then East. Hard packed, ice, ect... Eastern snow.?

Thanks Steve

8:07 AM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Hi Steve,

Thanks for giving the book a try. Hope you like it!

I'm in the east and I really like Rossignol's bump ski. It's got a bit more shape to it than many other bump skis out there, so it's more versatile, and it's still an all-out bump ski. I'd definitely stay away from K2s, just because they've always delaminated on me. I don't think K2 has learned how to construct a ski tip that can withstand the punishment of an eastern mogul field. Good luck!

-Dan

8:17 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Dan,

Great book; just got it. I have only been on snow 4 days and I can already tell a differnece in my mogul skiing (although b/c of the warm temps the moguls are nice and soft). I seem to get the best results concentrating on standing tall and not looking at the trough right in front of me. I am also interested in getting mogul skis. I currently have dynastar trouble makers 165cm. However, I think they may be to short for me? I am 6'0 185. Anyway, how do you find the correct sized mogul skis? Thanks for writing this book. Some of the things I have heard before, but for some reason reading them allows me to tie it all together.

Aaron

4:52 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Aaron,

Thanks for your message. It's always nice to hear from someone who has read the book and found it useful!

Yes, I'd guess those 165s are a little short for you. At 6 feet, you should be on a nice long mogul ski, for good for-and-aft stability. You and I are the same size. I ski Rossis, and I always go for the longest mogul ski Rossi makes. My older Scratch Moguls are 178s. My new Scratch Exhibition Moguls will be 175s (the longest they make now). Some mogul skis come even a bit longer.

Have fun!

-Dan

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don,

I've just finished your book and am now considering buying a second pair of skis. I read that your wife likes the very light and flexible Lunar, so I looked at those (good price on ebay). I wonder, though, whether I ought to buy the Rissignol skis instead because they are available shorter. I am 5'7" tall, 118 lbs., female. What skis would you recommend and how long?

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Anonymous Eric Costantino said...

Dan,

Hi there. I am Leo Costantino's son. I have heard lots about you from my father. I have been skiing at Cannon every weekend and have been looking forward to taking a few runs with you and Dad. Hope to see you out there soon. The front five are starting to bump up nicely. Kick ass book by the way. I've pretty much memorized it and have been trying to incorporate it into my skiing.

Eric Costantino

9:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dan,
Today, in a blizzard at Sugar Bowl, I skied the Rossignol Exhibition Mogul(175cm/9 lbs. and titanium Solomon 12's) after being on the Volkl 724 (184cm/14 lbs) the past two seasons. The snow was 8" new and the skis were squirrelly until I started going down the fall line and took more command of them. Very quick and light, even in Nordica Hot Rods (5 lbs. each foot). Question: what is the difference, if any, between the Rossignol Mogul Scratch and the Mogul Exhibition?
I read your book twice and loaned it to a friend. Thank you for your continuing advice.
Jude Anthony
Oakland, CA

10:06 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Hi Eric,
Thanks for reading the book, and thanks for the nice words! You, your dad and I will ski together before season's end, I'm sure!
-Dan

Jude,
Thanks for thinking my book was worth two reads.

You ask a great question, and a question that I've been thinking about a lot lately because I just got on the Exhibition Mogul a few weeks ago after years on the Scratch mogul.

Without question, the Exhibition Mogul is lighter and quicker, and less stable, too. The Scratch mogul is a more substantial ski; it's stiffer and more stable. It's also got more shape to it, so it's a bit more versatile than the Exhibition -- you can carve on groomers on the Scratch a bit more easily than on the Exhibition. Of course, the trade-off is that the Scratch doesn't turn as quickly. While the exhibition is soft, I haven't yet found it too soft in the tail; I can always stomp on the tail and get myself forward when I need to. And I've carved with the Exhibition on groomers, too. So there's still some versatility there. I think the Exhibition is made for rhythmic bumps, like those you find on a seeded mogul course or on good mogul trails with good lines. And I think the Scratch is the ski for irregular moguls. And that's my brain dump on how new and old Rossis compare.

Have fun!

-Dan

7:11 PM  
Anonymous Phil Kessel said...

Dan,

I've been a beginning mogul skier for some time now and I've not yet killed myself. I skied Glenn Plake's Gunbarrel 50 last year at Heavenly and finished 12 runs before getting tired and quitting before i made any more mistakes. I'm going to do it again this year (if the rocks at Mammoth don't get me first) I'm skiing on an old pair of Atomic Tour Guides that I related to 'rock ski' status because of the lack of snow here this year. I'm thinking of getting a pair of new K2 CaBrawlers and the lightest bindings I can find. My objective is to stretch my endurance to 25 runs. Are the K2s a reasonable choice?

I'm going to buy your book today.
Thanks for writing it. I know how long it takes and how small the financial rewards are. It must be a labor of love.

Phil

3:06 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Phil,

First, thanks for buying a copy of the book. And, yes, it was certainly a labor of love, one that combined my two passions: mogul skiing and writing. No, the financial rewards aren't huge, but it's a lot of fun to make so many connections with so many skiers.

The Cabrawlers sound like a good choice for the event -- that's 50 runs down a long western bump run, right? I think you'd want to have a quick turning bump ski under foot for that challenge and the K2s fit the bill.

Good luck! Hope you like the book!

-Dan

10:00 PM  
Anonymous Guillaume said...

I'm going through your book and now thinking about investing in some mogul skis. My current shaped skis are 177cm. What length should I be looking for with respect to mogul skie?
Thanks,
Guillaume

4:11 PM  
Blogger Dan DiPiro said...

Guillaume:
Thanks for buying a copy of the book. Tough to give you ski length advice with such limited info, but if I had too, I'd say don't be afraid of getting into a bump ski that's as long as your shaped skis. And 177 / 179 / 181 is about as long as bump skis are being made these days. If you're shorter than 5'8" or so, or if you're planning on throwing radical aerials in the bumps, then you might consider a shorter bump ski. Otherwise, you'll probably appreciate the extra length in your bump skis (more versatile, and more stable at longer lengths). Have fun!
-Dan

8:19 PM  
Blogger D.Dickerson said...

I'm overcome with joy to find this blog! I was a big mogul skier but I haven't had the chance to ski in about 6 yrs due to Dental School and family. I'm ready to get going again but I recognize that things have changed a lot in terms of gear. At 6'3'' and 240 lbs I'm not sure what skis or lengths I should get with the new style of skis. I was very agessive in the bumps before. My last skis were K2 FX extremes 205cm. I've always been a K2 man but I'm open to any good equipment recommendations. Will you give me some advice.
Oh yeah, I ski in the gratest snow on earth--Utah (it even says so on the license plate!)
Thanks in advance

Darin

12:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Dan. I just started skiing again after a 15 year layoff (moved to southern CA). I ski the bumps ALL DAY, unless my buddies drag me somewhere else (I now live in northern CA, Tahoe resorts). I am going to be purchasing the Rossi Scratch Mogul skis soon. I am 6 feet tall and weigh 200lbs, so am getting the longest ones I can.

I am and advanced to expert level skier that likes to perform VERY QUICK TURNS in the bumps.

I have no clue which bindings I should use for the bumps (and my height/weight). What would you recommend for bindings? Thanks.
jlandon1@gmail.com

3:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Don,
I am looking forward to reading your book. I need a recommendation on a mogul ski. I race in competitions in Colorado. There is one factor: I am short and light weight. Do you have any suggestions?

Brendan

email me at thetroublemaker396@hotmail.com thanks!

1:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you think is the best mogul ski available right now?

8:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Dan,
Its me again. I didn't have much luck finding the Twisters. I was hopping you had any suggestion for a mogul ski that is also good in the park and hopefully big-mountain.

Brendan
thetroublemaker396@hotmail.com

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