Rome up and coming man am Max Lyons had an incredibly awesome summer shredding at Mt. Hood with a few of his friends. Watch and enjoy.
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Canadian Cody Shepard went from the parks of Whistler to the streets with a hodge-podge of clips he stacked all season. Enjoy this well rounded riders season edit.
Four Australians, a filmer, and the streets of Minnesota. Another edit from the front country of the Midwest that doesn’t disappoint. It’s safe to say that if people are traveling that far to hit the streets of the Midwest, it’s time to find a new place to film.
What can be better than a raw fast and dirty black and white shred edit from Les Deux Alpes put to the tune Kill The King by Rainbow? Not too much.
Hobo Headwear headed back to Woodward at Copper for the 2014 summer of shred with their team of talented riders. You know you want to watch something that isn’t entirely a Mt. Hood edit.
Volkl Snowboards Peter Walchhofer took to the east and west of Europe to put together this edit. Which mixes parts from a few different projects for a well rounded edit.
Denis Leontyev or the Russian Chris Bradshaw as he is often referred to can melt brains with his prowess on a rail. He spent a few weeks in July up at Windells filming in their park and lets just say some next level trickery went down.
If there’s snow you have to shred it. Jordan DeMoss put in some work on Mt. Bachelors terrain park and took it to the streets when he could. Check out his season edit below.
Dachstein Glacier in Europe has turned into a slushy mess of snow that is just killing people left and right. The intro to this edit just shows how disastrous it really is.
Matt Wanbon moved to Whistler and was able to find and film on some urban rails inside British Columbia, Canada. Now if only people would inform every kid that takes inspiration from E-Man that rolling their pant legs up looks stupid the world would be a better place.