From warming up at Bear Mountain to hitting the streets Daniel “Harry” Crean put his smooth style to work in this full part. Watch it and enjoy.
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This rookie street part from Flanel Lifestyles is well worth a watch. The boys put in work to get the shots and the filming is super solid.
Academy Snowboards and 686 rider Ryan Tarbell according to Videograss “really went for it” this year in the streets. This video part is indicative of that with the amount of heavy gaps he did.
The Fresh Prince of England himself Will Smith put down a heavy street part last year in the movie Mind Games. 9 Milli Media just released his full part, watch it and enjoy.
ILya Salomatov holding it down in the eastern block of Europe with some smooth buttery goodness. The Eastern Europe wave of rail riders continues to keep on keeping on.
Akifumi Hiraoka has been an integral part of the Japanese snowboard scene by helping leader other riders into the backcountry in pursuit of that precious powder we all love. He has had his hand in other aspects of snowboarding as well. This special part shows his love of deep powder.
Homewood Snowboards Trevor Eichelberger just destroyed The Streets at Seven Springs in this edit. Yes, that’s right this kid dropped man sized moves in the faux urban plaza in Pennsylvania.
Adam Rottschafer is described by the Flanel Lifestyles crew as “Probably one of the kids with the best style and attitudes in the state of Michigan.” We don’t know if that’s true or not, but we do know he did put down a pretty solid full part.
Jupiter People and Denis Leontyev link up to bring you his full part filmed last winter at Bear Mountain. If you’re going to do a full part at a resort stunt park this is how it’s done. So many hammers being dropped you better bring your hard hat.
When was the last time you watched an unknown cause an avalanche, slay a rail, hit some other features and slap it into a full part? The Russian invasion is real and this part from Hash Heaven Films Alpha/Omega reflects that.