Unfortunately, not every cable park you attend has the luxury of a beginner and advanced side. This means that your local spot may have to be shared with people who have never gotten up before, all the way to professional athletes. If you’re an experienced rider, you know that there can be nothing more frustrating than sharing a cable with someone who has just learned to throw some deep carves. They probably haven’t learned to hit an obstacle yet, but man can they tug that cable line. The easiest solution, if at all possible, is to try to stay at least one carrier away from these guys. That’s not always an option though. These riders are so new to the sport that they don’t even know that what they’re doing is affecting you. Education is key. Talk to them and let them know proper cable etiquette, or even better yet, teach them to hit an obstacle. That will keep them much more occupied, as well as keeping the line moving faster.