Those who think you cannot learn how to snowboard on dry slopes are proven wrong by Aimee Fuller.
Luckily for this British shredder who grew up in Keston, one of those famous dry resorts (Bromley) was just nearby her parent's home.
Fuller spent almost every weekend on the dry matts getting better and better in what she was doing.
Being also talented in motocross and skiing, Aimee picked snowboarding and thus slopestyle out of her huge pile of sport talent to go for.
Fully focused on a professional career at an early age, she packed her staff when she was 12 and headed over the pond to improve her skills in the resort of the East Coast.
The US or better said the world has become her second home ever since as Aimee can't wait to hit the road again when she finally finds some time to put her feet up at home.
Being part of the British national team now doesn't make it any better, especially as she seeks to finally reap the fruits of her labour contest-wise.
She spent the most pre-season time in Colorado to prepare for the new winter which kicked off with a 25th rank at the slopestyle World Cup Opener in Cardrona.
However, the back-flip addict's biggest goal is to qualify for the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.