Skiers Turn Boston Streets Into Playground During Record Breaking Winter
from Teton Gravity Research
While most Massachusetts residents were digging out from the 68” of snow that fell in February of 2015, TGR Athletes and film crews where turning Boston into an urban terrain park. Skiers Clayton Vila and Cam Riley (Beverly Locals) were able to see the streets of Boston in a whole new light.
Adventures In Transition – Stick To Your Guns It’s sort of like a dream right? Live in the place you grew up with a handful of your best friends and ski every single day. It’s tough to convince yourself that this is real life, or even a possibility. This life was never planned – and […]
Two weeks in a motorhome, searching for fresh snow and good times. In March 2014 the snow conditions in most parts of the alps were far from perfect. So we decided to go on a roadtrip and search for some fresh powder. Chasing Powder tells the story of living in a motorhome for two weeks, […]
from Julien Roserens
The project “Paradigme” is a snowboard documentary filmed in Wallis and following riders from the western part of Switzerland.
Film Director: Julien Roserens
Camera: Julien Roserens, Jon Vital
Photographer: Thierry Sermier
Editor: Jules Guarneri
Riders: Mat Schaer, Estelle Balet, Levi Luggen, Emilien Badoux, Carlos Gerber, Fred Couderc, Féfé Pellacani, Sam Schaer, Christian Weber, Julien Emch, Aurel Anthamatten and friends
Music: The Antlers, “Kettering”
Why I Love Mt. Bachelor | Episode 2
The greatest moments on the mountain are spent with family and friends. It’s “Finding that private little space in time that makes living so special.” – Gerry Lopez
We are pleased to bring you episode 2 of ‘Why I love Mt. Bachelor’ featuring local inspiration from Gerry and Alex Lopez. Feel free to share with those you would love sharing time with on the mountain.
Video: Gimbal Productions
Know Before You Go
from Trent Meisenheimer
” It doesn’t matter if you have made thousands of good calls – all it takes is one bad call and that is one too many. Some days the mountains are screaming GET OUT OF HERE and some days they are saying come on in – it’s time to party.” – Jeremy Jones
Do you know when to back off and when it’s good to go? The Know Before You Go avalanche awareness program will get you started down the path of learning the language of the mountains and becoming a better and safer rider.
The Utah Avalanche Center and the Colorado Avalanche Information Center have teamed up with Avalanche Canada, Backcountry Access, the American Avalanche Association, the American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education, the National Avalanche Center, Sherpas Cinema, Red Bull Media House, Brainfarm, and others to bring you this beta which is unlike any other PSA you are likely to see.
Go to kbyg.org for more information.
My first trip to Chamonix. The days before we arrived had so much snow that they wouldn’t allow skiers and speedriders to the top exits, because of the avalanche dangers. Still, we managed to get 25.000 meters of flying within tree days. Happy times!
Burton Presents 2016 – Mark McMorris (snowboarding)
from Burton Snowboards
In this episode, Mark McMorris bucks the contest kid stereotype as he steps away from the scoreboards and bright lights to drop hammers from British Columbia to Australia, Aspen, Japan and Austria. From heavy corked rotations to pow turns, it was a season highlighted by fun adventures with friends and a necessary reset switch following the heaviest contest circuit ever.