Sometimes you film with a really obscure crew like The Outlaws and that causes you to lose the footage for a couple months. Episode 12 of Parks and Wrecks was filmed before a live studio audience in Breckenridge, no rails were harmed in the making of this.
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Monday May 20th, Breckenridge Colorado. It may have seemed like a normal sunny spring day in the downturn between the winter and summer. While most people had fled Summit County to either head for sunny shores or The Mountain Hood, the die hard snowboarders that remained congregated at a place referred to as The Ditch […]
The half pipe, stunt ditch, U jump, dude tube, the gutter, the taco jump, and whatever name you have for it. It seems to get over looked unless you put another one next to it or it’s in the five ring circus on the worlds stage we call The Olympics. Sure the half pipe isn’t […]
With Colorado being hammered by copious amounts of snow it’s been tough to film a regular park series due to the weather. With only a couple hours, one camera man, and a crew of human meatbags we tried to make it happen. Stay tuned for the next Parks and Wrecks when something different happens.
Combating gale force winds on one of those typical Colorado sunshine days we set out to make a Parks and Wreck for the world to enjoy. Instead we ended with one possible blown out knee, a Bloody Dracula, and Austin Verbeke getting plowed by a tranny.
The RK1 Crew came through Breckenridge and Keystone in Colorado and just dropped some next level hammers on their parks. As you’re probably too bloated from X-Mas dinner to do much else just watch this.
When asked to describe this edit from our filmer/editor he said, “it’s all thriller no filler”. He didn’t lie and with the Dew Tour going on in Breckenridge this week why not look at something other than contest runs? The boys went forth to shred and destroy.
When you work in snowboard media living in the mountains you start to acquire friends that are solid riders. Zach Soderholm is one of these riders, we’ve been friends for a few years now and I’ve watched him go through some sponsorship changes that finally landed him in a position with a great company backing […]
The closing weekend at Breck got a little wild with the rise of the shred. Arbor regional rider Grant “Biff” Heileman decided to go for broke and knocked himself out.
What’s better than one closing weekend? How about two closing weekends two weekends in a row! The Buck90 crew got to close down Breck again and have some fun after the 46 inches of snow we got.